07-13-2012 10:31 AM
@BGmot: It seems that with the BB10 Cascades projects, the .pro files are the ones used by default and all its settings need to be done in the .pro file as there doesn't seem to be any GUI for it. I hope this changes.
@salom's response does beg the question: Is it possible to switch from a .pro file to a make file?
07-16-2012 08:45 AM
Hi Base, just as a follow up do you have any further questions related to this topic or is the issue resolved for you? If it is I would kindly ask you to mark the thread as solved.
07-25-2012 06:17 PM
Depends on what project type you choose, native or managed build.. If you choose managed, you can set it via project->properties->c++ build->settings->tool settings->preprocessor. If you choose makefile build, you will not get this options.
11-25-2012 11:49 AM
Defining different preprocessor directives for different build configurations is really a VERY basic functionality.
Why - that's why we have the build configurations - to define a build specific stuff. Preprocessor directives are high on the list of build specific stuff.
I would like to specify a directive that will do certain things if I'm building for the simulator or if I'm building a debug version of the projects, but not have it in the release version. I want to create a custom build with only certain features enabled... Common stuff.
I still can't believe this is not possible without changing the .pro file. Changing the .pro file is one thing, but it is not a build configuration. If I could use a different .pro file with different build configuration - then it would be ok - as it is - changing the .pro file is almost useless.
Are we missing something?
11-26-2012 12:59 PM
Sorry, keep forgetting that this is about cascades.
Why people don't use Cascades forum for questions about Cascades?
'Workaround' that comes to my mind - create project as *not* Cascades, then you'll have all these options and as far as I understand nothing prevents you from doing Cascades app.