Bruce Wheaton wrote:Please don't get irate if your quest to get useful tools and structures removed because you don't need them fails
Frankly speaking, I don't like having to go back to the introjucer each time I want to add something in my VisualStudio project
From there, I've found I have to tweak manually
chkn wrote:From there, I've found I have to tweak manually
What concrete is missing, why not add this to introjucer?
hladik wrote:Probably I'm missing something, forgive me if this is the case.
When Jules adds or remove a file from JUCE (and that happens frequently), I am required to use the Introjucer to update my projects, right? And the Introjucer rewrites them from scratch, erasing my settings, right?
TheVinn wrote:A great example of a working project with lovingly-tuned settings (and shared configuration files) is DSP Filters in my signature. In XCode it builds correctly for all iOS and MacOSX targets, and has shared settings. Under both Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 it also builds for 32 bit or 64 bit. If you download the Android SDK, the same Visual Studio 2010 project will work (you just need to add a target).
jules wrote:Something I've been thinking about doing is to provide another mode for the introjucer, which will let it create a "module collection" (better name needed..) instead of a project. A module collection would basically be a folder containing a bunch of modules and a generated header file for them, containing whatever options are needed. This could then be used by multiple projects if they all need the same module setup. A module collection could even be done as a static library, so you could compile it once and link to it from multiple projects.
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