Buy the book!
|[ < ]||[ > ]||[ << ]||[ Up ]||[ >> ]||[Top]||[Contents]||[Index]||[ ? ]|
During development of a large system, it is sometimes necessary to use modified versions of some of the source files without changing the original sources. This can be achieved through a facility known as project extension.
project Modified_Utilities extends "/baseline/utilities.gpr" is ...
The project file for the project being extended (the parent) is
identified by the literal string that follows the reserved word
which itself follows the name of the extending project (the child).
By default, a child project inherits all the sources of its parent. However, inherited sources can be overridden: a unit with the same name as one in the parent will hide the original unit. Inherited sources are considered to be sources (but not immediate sources) of the child project; see 10.3 Project File Syntax.
An inherited source file retains any switches specified in the parent project.
For example if the project
Utilities contains the specification and the
body of an Ada package
Util_IO, then the project
Modified_Utilities can contain a new body for package
The original body of
Util_IO will not be considered in program builds.
However, the package specification will still be found in the project
A child project can have only one parent but it may import any number of other projects.
A project is not allowed to import directly or indirectly at the same time a child project and any of its ancestors.
|webmaster||delorie software privacy|
|Copyright © 2003 by The Free Software Foundation||Updated Jun 2003|