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[cdt-dev] how to find the build.xml script that eclipse generates?


 Hello all!
 
 
 We inherited a C++ project in the form of about 30 C++ individual
sub-projects, linked between them
 Our goal is to build the binaires (DLL's) from this project, which are
about 15.
 How we did was to import all these 30 projects in Eclipse and then
  set

 Eclipse paths
-------------

Window->Preferences...
C/C++
PathEntry Variables
New...

windows:
  LIB_RELEASE              lib
  BIN_RELEASE              bin

and 
Eclipse environment variables
-----------------------------

Window->Preferences...
C/C++
Managed Build
Environment
User Variables
New

windows:
  COPY                  copy
  EXE_EXTENSION         exe
  DLL_EXTENSION         dll
  JNI_EXTENSION         dll
  GCC_ARCHIVER_COMMAND  ar
  GCC_ARCHIVER_FLAGS    -r
  WINSOCKSLIB           ws2_32
  LIB_PDIR              pdir
  LIB_MINGW32           mingw32
  JNI_LINKER_FLAGS      -Wl,--add-stdcall-alias

We used mingw

We issued a Clean/Build All command from Eclipse's menu and the dll's we
were interested in were placed in the bin folder.
 I was wondering if there is any way we can find the build.xml file which
Eclipse runs when we issue the "Build all" command. Is any way that we can
obtain a generated by Eclipse script that we can run later independently
from a comand line and build the dll's?

 Thank you very much
 With best regards,
 Sorin

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