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  1. #1
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    Compiling .cpp-files separately

    Hello!

    Let's say there is a situation where there are all classes of application compiled into .o-files. Then change one .cpp-file a little.

    Is there a way I could compile only that one .cpp-file without
    running the whole building process again (and, without compiling all the other classes)?

    What command would do that? abld what? :)

    I'm using Borland C++ Builder Nokia Edition.

    And by which command could I create the .app-file from .o-files without compiling anything?

    -Samuli

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    yep, I was really looking that same option in builderX, and didn't find. It seems to be one of the Annoying features of Borland tools, and only way to get it really working is to change to metrowerks.

    yucca

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    But what about command line building tools?
    Aren't their usage more or less same with any ide?

  4. #4
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    Compiling .cpp-files separately

    Hey,

    I don' t think you can do incremental compiles (i.e. compile only what has changed) with just the command line tools from the SDK you'd need an IDE for that, for example Visual C++ from Microsoft does it quite well....Maybe Borland has an option to enable that too.

    Regards, Aljaz

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