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Commanding Code Warrior

Started by zuffpasc December 2, 2003
Hi,

[I always come with the same subject.. sorry!!]

So, I've seen that it's possible to use the CmdIDE.exe of CodeWarrior
to open and build a project "outside CodeWarrior" (= to call this
fonctionnality from another software for example)...

I want to know whether it's possible to also DOWNLOAD and RUN the
code onto the target with this way or a similar way...?? (using the
DLLs??)

Thanks,

Pascal



Pascal,
Here is some information that will help you with this issue:
/t targetname ==> specifies a target to become the current target
/r ==> remove objects of the current target before building
/b ==> build the current target
/c ==> close the project after building
/q ==> quit the IDE after building
/v y|n|a ==> option for converting projects on open
(y = convert without asking; n = don't convert;
a = ask whether to convert)
/s ==> Forces the command line to be processed in a new instance
of the IDE(rather than using a current instance)

You could use the /b option and that way when the IDE came up all
you had to do was to hit the debug button.

Regards,
Irene --- In , "zuffpasc" <zuffpasc@y...> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> [I always come with the same subject.. sorry!!]
>
> So, I've seen that it's possible to use the CmdIDE.exe of
CodeWarrior
> to open and build a project "outside CodeWarrior" (= to call this
> fonctionnality from another software for example)...
>
> I want to know whether it's possible to also DOWNLOAD and RUN the
> code onto the target with this way or a similar way...?? (using
the
> DLLs??)
>
> Thanks,
>
> Pascal