Copy a complex project from one project group to another project group? [Edit]
Hi! I have a project group with several projects, where each project contains many different files. What is the most easy, quick and secure (i.e. semi-automatic) method to copy a single project from this project group to another project group?
Peter Panino wrote:
> Hi! I have a project group with several projects, where each project contains many different files. What is the most easy, quick and secure (i.e. semi-automatic) method to copy a single project from this project group to another project group?
Using "add existing project" comes to mind...
No, "Add existing ...IDE Projects list does not Sort projects in Group Project window
CG2010, C++,Default IDE layout, the projects pane on the right, has a
"Sort" icon...no matter what I option choose, it will not sort
list...Jesus, don't you guys check this stuff before you send it out....
...Delphi and C++ projects in the same project group
Really basic one.
I have a project that comprises of some BCB / C++ projects and a single
Delphi DLL. If it possible to add this Delphi Dll to the BCB project group
in BDS 2009, or do I have to open Delphi separately and compile it
independently of the BCB project group?
Please ignore. I've worked it out. Opened RAD studio instead of BCB or
Delphi. This seems to allow me to add my Delphi DLL.
"Mike Collins" <its@TheBottomOfThePost> wrote in message
...Project Group inside a Project Group?
In Delphi, is it possible to have NESTED PROJECTGROUPS, i.e. a Project Group inside a Project Group?
Peter Panino wrote:
> In Delphi, is it possible to have NESTED PROJECTGROUPS, i.e. a
> Project Group inside a Project Group?
No, a project group can only hold projects, not other project groups.
Peter Below (TeamB)
It's a pity ...
There used to be a build type manager int the Project Manager that let me
see all of the projects in a project
group and set them to debug or release.
Is that capability gone now or is there a diffrent way to do it?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Larry Griffiths <email@example.com> wrote:
> There used to be a build type manager int the Project Manager that let me
> see all of the projects in a project
> group and set them to debug or release.
> Is that capability gone now or is there a diffrent way to do it?
You should b...D2007: Unable to build all projects if a project group has more than 100 pr
I have a project group of 100 projects. When I try to build all 100 projects in IDE, it compile all projects from 1st to 100 flawlessly.
If I add a new project (project 101), and try to compile from 1st to 101 project, it will prompt
[DCC Error] Catastrophic failure (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8000FFFF (E_UNEXPECTED))
However, this problem doesn't happens if I compile in command line using msbuild.
I have reported the problem to QC: [http://qc.codegear.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=68461|http://qc.codegear.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=68461]
There is an attachment in the QC entry....Automatically load every forms of a project or project group in the IDE
Do you know an expert or a function in an expert collection like CnPack
or GExperts that can automatically force all forms to be opened in the
IDE in order to force every components in the DFM to be updated ?
Doouble clicking on each form mkes me crazy ;-)
You can simply select all the forms in the open form dialog but AFAIK you actually have to alter something in the .pas for any changes to be saved so it won't benefit you much.
Andreas Hauslanden is your friend:
http://andy.jgknet.de/blog/?page...Build Configurations, Configuration Manager, Project Groups and Releases...
We have a software project with 2 Executables and roundabout 20 DLLs... Right now I am looking for a way to simply built the whole project for a release. For this we use a project group wich contains all the projects. The release should contain no debug data - so all the projects have different "Debug" and "Release" Build configurations... Usually all projects have "Debug" enabled - only for the release (and release candidate) I want to switch this configuration.
I want to built them all... So - hey - just use "build all"... hmmmm...
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"Search projects" missing in "Add to Project" dialog box when using windows classic theme (windows 7 64bits). Notepad on the contrary still have the "Seacrh ..." box in its open file dialog.
Check the images below(they are not mine but show the issue)
This one does have the "search document" box in the upper right corner.
This one does not have it.
Any help on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
...Delphi XE5 : Random E2213 Compiler error when building all projects [Edit]
I have a group of 31 packages and 11 projects. Most of them are depending of previous packages. Packages are "build explicitly". They have been designed under Delphi 7 and recently updated for Delphi XE5. Each package and project compile and execute fine.
Sometimes, when i do "Build all" or "Compile all", compiler stops on error "E2213 Bad packaged unit format". This error come after building about 10 or 20 packages but never on the same project. Moreover, the unit having a bad format is different everytime. The "found version" is als...What are these files: Project.ilc, Project.ild, Project.ilf, Project.ils
I am using XE c++ builder.
What are these files used for? They are in the same directory where the final output (.exe) is.
Is there a way to `remove` them after - let`s say - successful compilation/linking?
They are Incremental linker files.
Turn off the option in your project Options if you do not want them.
"Tamas Csabina" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
I am using XE c++ builder.
What are these files used for? They are in the same directory where the
final output (.exe) is.
Is there a way t...Is there a limit to the number of projects a project group?
Delphi 2007 Win32.
There are currently 20 projects. If I add an existing project, another one disappears ;-(
What's going on and how to circumvent it?
one problem I know is this:
If you have two projects with the same name, but in different folders and you want to add them to the same project-group, then you are in trouble.
> Delphi 2007 Win32.
> There are currently 20 projects. If I add an existing project, another one
> disappears ;-(
Based on my ...