[Geany-devel] save all on build - Re: Patches required by gproject
techet at xxxxx
Mon Jun 21 16:41:11 UTC 2010
On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 14:29, Nick Treleaven
<nick.treleaven at btinternet.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jun 2010 08:57:16 +1000
> Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> I agree that there should be an option in preferences. On the other
>> >> hand, I understand that with how the geany project works it doesn't
>> >> know what files belong to the project - the subtree starting from
>> >> base_path may be a subset of the project and you have no way to tell
>> >> whether an open file outside the tree belongs to the project or not.
> The base path should be the root of all project files.
I believe the base path is the path where make (and other build
commands) are called. I can set base path to build only one subsystem
of the project so in this case not all project files will be located
under this path.
>> You are right, there is no way to tell, and it also has to work
>> without a project so initially I am only going to offer the options
>> save none, save current or save all.
> Perhaps that is OK.
>> Because of the way the build dialog is planned to operate it is
>> actually easier to make this an option you can choose per menu item.
>> This also makes it possible to choose to save all for the make
>> commands and only save current for the compile commands if thats how
>> you want it to operate.
> Lex, this makes the design too complex. A global pref would be enough.
Agree with Nick here - this seems to be too complex and global option
is just fine IMO.
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