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Automate creation of makefile from command-line? (CW10.1, HCS08)

Question asked by Tom Collins on Jun 14, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 17, 2011 by Tom Collins

I'm trying to create some automation for a series of projects on the HCS08.

 

I'd like to pull the projects from our git repository, have CW10.1 create makefiles for the Debug and Release builds, and then trigger a "make all" for each build.  I'll log the compiler errors (by copying EDOUT) and portions of the MAP file to a separate file for later review.

 

I have everything working except for the "create makefile" step.  What tool can I use to generate the necessary files (makefile, makefile.local, objects.mk, sources.mk, etc.) in the build directories listed in the .cproject file for the project?  Is that even possible from the command line?

 

I spent an hour reading through the help and looking at the IDE Preferences and Project Properties, but I didn't see anything that clearly indicated how Eclipse creates the build directory.

 

If I can get that last piece working, I'll post the .cmd file to this thread.

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