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Michael Karas
08/23/12 18:49
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Beaverton Or

#188149 - Ok, Let's See the Documentation
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
Andy Neil said:
Note that is also tells you how to do this via the IDE (uVision).

Ok Andy, I pointed to the documentation page on the command line arguments for the IDE. No symbol definition options were shown there.

If you say that the IDE has this capability from the command line then please point to the documentation on how this is done.

Multiple Targets in the IDE are not what I'd like to do for the very reason that that you have stated. My goal is exactly like Erik has shown (although with the appropriate symbol definition syntax) so that a single UV4 project can compile to multiple variations of a simple target.


Some systems have a means to reference environment variables in the IDE and then through a special macro like syntax be able to embed those into command lines to the compiler and/or linker. I do not know if the Keil IDE supports this at all or not. If it did support this I could invoke the project file simply by having the appropriate environment variables setup ahead of time. This is something that I'll have to investigate - however I suspect that the answer is a negative one.

Michael Karas

List of 19 messages in thread
Best Way to Select Options      Michael Karas      08/21/12 11:47      
   I chose ....      Erik Malund      08/21/12 12:50      
      Method 3      Michael Karas      08/21/12 13:41      
         batch      Erik Malund      08/21/12 14:36      
            -Ddefine or -Ddefine=val      Per Westermark      08/22/12 06:10      
               Don't the IDE supports specifying a #define symbol in the pr      Andy Neil      08/22/12 14:01      
                  -Ddefine=val      Michael Karas      08/23/12 06:25      
                     C51 - not IDE      Per Westermark      08/23/12 07:43      
                        *also* IDE      Andy Neil      08/23/12 12:26      
                           Of course      Per Westermark      08/23/12 12:35      
                              that's the bugger      Erik Malund      08/23/12 13:25      
                                 You can, but...      Andy Neil      08/23/12 14:11      
                                    once more - the bugger      Erik Malund      08/23/12 14:19      
                           Ok, Let's See the Documentation      Michael Karas      08/23/12 18:49      
                              Not Found      Michael Karas      08/23/12 19:22      
                              Documentation      Andy Neil      08/24/12 12:24      
                                 Make Files      Michael Karas      08/24/12 18:26      
                                    make      Andy Neil      08/25/12 01:02      
                                    gnu make      Per Westermark      08/25/12 05:28      

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