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Created: tote_b5 (22 Mar 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (16 Oct 2013)

Warning.pngWarning: The Abld/bldmake toolchain described here is deprecated - replaced by "Raptor" (SBSv2). Detailed documentation for SBSv2 is provided in the document "Raptor Build System", and the "Raptor Quick Reference"article just gives a brief overview of the syntax and how it compares with abld. Both of these documents are reproduced in the word document inside the root of File:Raptor-project.zip.

Firstly, run bldmake from the project directory (usually \group) where the bld.inf file is located:

bldmake bldfiles

This creates a batch file, called abld.bat, which you use in the next step.

To build the project, you call abld build which will build the project for all default targets in both release and debug variants. To build for a particular target and variant, use abld build target-name variant, for example:

abld build winscw udeb

builds the project for the debug variant of WINSCW only.

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