Yes it does support generating the project in the build dir. It also works
while generating in a subdir of the source dir. Eclipse version control plugin
also works (I am using git).
From: Alexander Neundorf [mailto:neund...@kde.org]
Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2018 1:03 AM
To: Saeed, Khurram <khurram_sa...@mentor.com>
Subject: Re: [cmake-developers] Adding a non-make based generator
On 2018 M02 9, Fri 13:16:19 CET Saeed, Khurram wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> I have not made it available anywhere so far. Although my target while
> writing this generator was only to make it work for ReadyStart projects.
> However, I think with some effort down the road it might be possible
> to use it for normal Eclipse CDT projects as well.
> We want to make it available to general public but we have been
> wondering whether or not it would be "acceptable" to have a generator
> that generates managed Eclipse CDT projects?
well, Brad is the maintainer.
I think in general a "real" Eclipse CDT project generator would be preferred
over the existing one which generates a makefile-based project for Eclipse.
I could try to support you a bit.
Does it support generating the project in the build dir, i.e. outside the
source dir (or in a subdir of the source dir), and does then the Eclipse
version control plugin (svn/git) work ?
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