[Geany-devel] Directories for running build commands & latest build-system commit

Thomas Martitz thomas.martitz at xxxxx
Thu Jul 16 07:14:43 UTC 2009

Lex Trotman schrieb:
> Thomas,
> Patch committed.
Thanks :)
> 2009/7/16 Thomas Martitz <thomas.martitz at student.htw-berlin.de 
> <mailto:thomas.martitz at student.htw-berlin.de>>
>     Thomas Martitz schrieb:
>         I started working on the working dir. I have already
>         implemeted the entry boxes, saving and loading it. I'm just
>         mostly finished "%d".
>         I'm thinking the basedir checkbox could be removed at the very
>         end?
>         Best regards.
>     Alright, I've been coding the past few hours and this is what I
>     got so far.
>     It works pretty much as I expected. You fill out working dir, then
>     it would 'cd' into that before executing the command. I'm not
>     aware of big any issue, except that there are no default values
>     yet (I'm not sure if they are needed if the default values would
>     be just %d anyway).
> Yeah, just leave them NULL.
> One area that needs work is reading old config file [build-settings] 
> to put %p/%d in the directory. Done & improved as well :-)

Alright, cool!
>     %d and %p also work. I really think the basedir checkbox (and
>     responsible code) could be removed.
> Agreed, done
> Couple of notes,
> build_replace_placeholder requires that a document is open, but 
> non-filetype commands don't require a document, obviously you can't 
> substitute %d in that case & should give error like %p if no project,  
> but you can still substitute %p. 
Ahh yea, I forgot about the stupid user that try to compile or execute 
*no file* :D But yea, you're right it should be fixed.
> Changed the dialog comment to just list the substitutes and refer to 
> manual, it was too long & the dialog is now pretty big (IMHO the 
> comment I had was always too long, its not just the latest additions)
> Dialog fixed regular expression field span & use symbols for column 
> counts.
> Fixed stcmp to original code, the strlen is required because a NULL 
> must compare equal to an empty string, that was really the point of 
> stcmp.  Otherwise extraneous entries are written to config files 
> hiding things that should still be visible (took hours to find out why 
> ;-).
Ah yes, did I change it? I didn't actually mean to (i.e. I had it 
changed locally but wanted to revert that part before putting a patch 
up), sorry for that.

Best regards.

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