ADT causing CDT to build all C projects on Android app launch??

by Robert Green » Sat, 28 Aug 2010 10:30:00 GMT


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 Hey guys,

I doubt there are too many people who run CDT in eclipse for native
apps also with ADT installed for Android, but in the off-chance that
someone here knows anything about this, my problem is that any time I
run any android app, my C builder kicks in for projects totally
unrelated.  I have no idea why and have been digging through settings
on everything, unable to find out why.  All I can think is that the
ADT pre-launch process triggers it via a refresh or some kind of catch-
all type call in eclipse API land that I'm unaware of.

Does anyone know anything about this?  It's very annoying to have a C
builder run for a different project than the one you're working on
every time you launch the app.

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ADT causing CDT to build all C projects on Android app launch??

by Jason » Sat, 28 Aug 2010 18:33:35 GMT


 Hi,

I am one of the elusive few running this exact setup, and I too have
been a bit annoyed by this "feature".

I did just find this:

Window->Preferences->C/C++

There is a checkbox option entitled:

"Build configurations only when there are Eclipse resource changes
within the project and its references"

I tried checking this at it seemed to eliminate these extra builds.

I also tried making a small change to a C++ source file in my project
and it picked up the change when I ran the app.. so seems to work.




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ADT causing CDT to build all C projects on Android app launch??

by Robert Green » Sun, 29 Aug 2010 03:36:10 GMT


 Jason,

Perfect!  I don't know how I missed that.  I'm glad a configurable
option was able to fix it.  I just tested and things seem to be
working correctly again.

Thanks for figuring it out!





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ADT causing CDT to build all C projects on Android app launch??

by Xavier Ducrohet » Mon, 30 Aug 2010 14:21:03 GMT


 I'm glad there's an option to fix it.

build before launch. I think at the time we expected that it would
only build the launching project, not the whole workspace. We should
probably change it to not require a full workspace build. I'll have to
check if the launching project is rebuilt no matter what.

Xav





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