Compile with Emacs
If you want to compile from within (X)Emacs, it's useful to have this script (that sources the env before running dmake) installed:
#!/bin/bash path=`pwd` env="LinuxIntelEnv.Set.sh" while ! test -f "$path/$env"; do path=`dirname $path` done . $path/$env perl $SOLARENV/bin/build.pl -i debug=true
in ~/bin. Just run oobuild with compile-command as you would 'make -k' normally.
If you, like some of us, are not blessed with an US-ASCII keyboard, you might want to remap
(next-error) to something else:
;; Make the sequence "C-x #" execute the `next-error' command, which ;; makes that a tad more accessible from a german keyboard (original ;; sequence is "C-x `"). (global-set-key "\C-x#" 'next-error) ;; or even one of the Fn keys, if you're so inclined ;(global-set-key 'f5 'next-error) ;; And while we're at it, why not make F12 be "compile"? (global-set-key 'f12 'compile)
Now, edit, press F12 to compile, watch it break, and jump through all error places with
I didn't have this shell script, so I wrote (well, pieced together from various sources) a Lisp version of it previously. It's intermingled with other OOo emacs settings here: http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/ooo-build/emacs.el?view=markup I should transfer the juicy bits to this page...