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When building a project as a dependency of another project, its currently active configuration is built regardless of the main project's settings.
To reproduce, follow these steps:
I think these problems also manifest when the workspace was inherited from a previous CCS version but they are less visible and harder to replicate, hence the request in step 1 to start with a fresh WS.
I have been unable to reproduce exactly as you described. I have followed your steps and found that the configuration that gets built is as expected. However, for me in step 8 proj2 was not built, however I did find following your steps it also did not build project 1 saying "nothing to build" . So I will look into this and thanks for flagging that.
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In reply to Lisa TI:
I have been doing more digging myself and do not seem to see a bug. what triggered the message is simply that I forgot CCS had previously built the release configuration and if no file changes then CCS will not rebuild. Can you try doing a clean before following your steps to see any difference?
I found out why you couldn't reproduce the bug. The bug does not happen when right clicking on the project and selecting "Build Project", but only when invoking the keyboard shortcut bound to "Build Project". There is no such binding by default, so create one: Window > Preferences > General > Keys, scroll down to Build Project and bind it to some keyboard combination. Now follow the steps in the original message, using your keyboard shortcut whenever it says to build.
There is one more bug I've found that is also easy to reproduce. For this one it doesn't matter whether you use the keyboard binding or not:
This may seem like a trivial inconvenience but is in fact very problematic when dealing with a large project that takes a long time to build.
By the way, since I've mentioned keyboard bindings, the "Watch" keyboard command would have been very useful but does nothing. (There are two commands by that name, neither works.)
Thank you and happy new year,
In reply to Itay Chamiel:
I have actually tracked this to a known bug SDSCM00045990.
You should be able to track this using the following link:
Sorry for the inconvenience and all the best with development.
Thanks, I will follow that bug. However, please note my last message, I have noted another bug that happens regardless of whether you use the keyboard binding. I also mentioned another keyboard binding that does not work at all (Watch). Please direct your attention to these issues as well.
thanks for all the feedback. Regarding the no need to build. This looks like it is because separate folders and hence .out copies are kept for each project and each build configuration. This is why CCS doesn't know about the .out. I am looking into watch binding and can file something if/as appropriate.
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