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The Build page enables you to enter commands to build your project. You can use Enterprise Architect Local Paths and environment variables in composing your command line(s). You can choose to create your own build script, entering various shell commands. You can also choose to simply run an external program or batch file such as an Ant script.
Access Analyzer | Manage Analyzer Scripts (Shift+F12)
Analyzer | Toolbars | Build
Analyzer | Build (Ctrl+Shift+F12)
Execute Command As:
Use this option to create a shell script. The script is executed in a system command window. Environment variables can be accessed by commands in this script.
Use this option to run a single program.
The command should specify the path to the program, plus any command line arguments. If the path or arguments contain spaces surround them with quotes; for example: "c:\program files (x86)\java\bin\javac.exe"
Write your script in the large text box, using the windows shell commands; the format and content of this section depends on the actual compiler you use to build your project. Here are some examples:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild Debug RentalSystem.sln
Visual Studio using a Local Path:
"%VsCompPath%\devenv.exe" /build Debug Subway.sln
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_22\bin\javac.exe" -g -cp "%classpath%;." %r*.java
Java using a Local Path:
"%JAVA%\bin\javac.exe" -g -cp "%classpath%;." %r*.java
Wildcard Java builds %r
Source files in sub folders can be built using the %r token. The token has the effect of causing a recursive execution of the same command on any files in all sub folders. See the example above.
The default directory path in which the build script process will run.
This enables you to select a method for automatically parsing the compiler output.
If you select this option, output from the script is logged in the System Output window; Enterprise Architect parses the output according to the syntax you specify.
Learning Center topics
- Alt+F1 | Enterprise Architect | Build and Debug | Overview | Build
- Alt+F1 | Enterprise Architect | Build and Debug | Build and Run | Build Scripts - Native
- Alt+F1 | Enterprise Architect | Build and Debug | Build and Run | Build Scripts - .NET
- Alt+F1 | Enterprise Architect | Build and Debug | Build and Run | Build Scripts - Java