[Geany] Multiple directory build an direct access to files

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[Geany] Multiple directory build an direct access to files

Javier Vilarroig
Hi.

First of all, I love geany :) Thanks for it!!

I'm having a little problem on my current project.

It's a C++ program, an I'm using a complex directory structure with a
Makefile in each subdir, with automake/autoconf system.

When launching make on the main directory it spawns every make on the
corresponding subdirs.

The problem is on the errors management. I get the compilation report on
the lower subwindow, but when I press on an error in order to go to the
corresponding file and line I get an error mesage because the makefiles
are reporting the filenames without path information, as every make
executes on his own dir.

My question is: ¿Is there a way to inform geany on what directories it
can search for source files in order to avoid that?

Thanks in advance, and excuse my poor English.

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Re: [Geany] Multiple directory build an direct access to files

Lex Trotman


On 15 April 2010 20:52, Javier Vilarroig <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi.

First of all, I love geany :) Thanks for it!!

I'm having a little problem on my current project.

It's a C++ program, an I'm using a complex directory structure with a
Makefile in each subdir, with automake/autoconf system.

When launching make on the main directory it spawns every make on the
corresponding subdirs.

The problem is on the errors management. I get the compilation report on
the lower subwindow, but when I press on an error in order to go to the
corresponding file and line I get an error mesage because the makefiles
are reporting the filenames without path information, as every make
executes on his own dir.

My question is: ¿Is there a way to inform geany on what directories it
can search for source files in order to avoid that?

Thanks in advance, and excuse my poor English.

--
Javier Vilarroig Christensen
X Infor
[hidden email]
mailto:[hidden email]


Normally recursive uses of make output messages like "Entering directory ..." and Leaving directory ..."  as they process each subdirectory.  These are parsed by Geany to search for source files even if the error messages are output without path.

Are you getting these messages?  (Note Geany only understands them in English)

Cheers
Lex
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