This Reference Article has been written for Version 2.1 of the DATAFLOW Software. For Previous Releases use the version selection in the navigation bar at the top of this page.
The General Page in the Build Configuration is used to configure the name of the Build Configuration and to disable it completely.
See the C++ Code Generation article for an overview on code generation.
This tab does not provide any special actions.
The page shows the following groups in Advanced mode:
- Build Configuration
- Referenced Build Configurations (if any) (A)
For each group, if an option is only shown in advanced mode, it will be marked with (A).
Build Configuration Group
|Component||Name of the component this build configuration has been attached to. (Read Only)|
|Code Generation||When this checkbox is unchecked, no code is generated for this build configuration. This also disables all toolchains that have been assigned to the build configuration.|
|Type||Indicates the type of build configuration. This depends on the element the build configuration has been created on and can be Component or Library. (Read Only)
|Display Name||The Display Name of the Build Configuration can be changed in this dialog at any point. It is only used in the Designer to identify a build configuration. It is recommended to use unique names for all build configurations in a system.|
Referenced Build Configs Group (A)
|Referenced Build Configuration (A)
When there are multiple build configurations in the same project, there will be a checkbox shown for each of them in this group. Checking a build configuration will add a dependency from the current build configuration to the checked build configuration.
This is used to add files generated by the other build configuration to generated IDE projects.
See the Guide for Code Generation for more information.
Required Module: DATAFLOW Code
This Article has been written based on V2.1.1 of the DATAFLOW software.
Latest update 2023-05-31 by WUM.