Creating lots of *pbds

Creating lots of *pbds

Post by Raymond Vel » Fri, 10 Feb 1995 08:44:07



When I create an executable with several pbl files, it takes a long
time to regenerate each pbl file and then create the pbd.  Is there
any way to put this in batch mode or anything like that?  You know
when compiling on the UNIX end I just do make recompile and it
goes through everything.  I hate doing everthing by hand and I heard
that a windows macro is very bulky to work with.  Thanks in advance.
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Creating lots of *pbds

Post by Michael Polymenak » Tue, 14 Feb 1995 11:19:41



Quote:>When I create an executable with several pbl files, it takes a long
>time to regenerate each pbl file and then create the pbd.  Is there
>any way to put this in batch mode or anything like that?  You know
>when compiling on the UNIX end I just do make recompile and it
>goes through everything.  I hate doing everthing by hand and I heard
>that a windows macro is very bulky to work with.  Thanks in advance.

Check out the "project" object in 4.0 (although i experienced some
problems in it, including a confirmed bug).

m.
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Creating lots of *pbds

Post by Mike Swa » Mon, 20 Feb 1995 10:58:07


: When I create an executable with several pbl files, it takes a long
: time to regenerate each pbl file and then create the pbd.  Is there
: any way to put this in batch mode or anything like that?  You know
: when compiling on the UNIX end I just do make recompile and it
: goes through everything.  I hate doing everthing by hand and I heard
: that a windows macro is very bulky to work with.  Thanks in advance.

  Open up all the pbl files, select the first item in the first pbl, and
shift click on the last item of the last pbl. That should select
everything. Then regenerate.

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Creating lots of *pbds

Post by Chris Kra » Mon, 20 Feb 1995 03:59:35



Quote:

>When I create an executable with several pbl files, it takes a long
>time to regenerate each pbl file and then create the pbd.  Is there
>any way to put this in batch mode or anything like that?  You know

Take a look at the PB 4.0 Project object.  I believe it is built for
this purpose.

-Chris Krahe, Columbia, MD
 "A car does not the driver make." -cpk '88

 
 
 

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I initially created an executable that came out to be 2.5 mb but worked.
Then, I created an executable removing all pbls, but including the resource
file; and for each pbl, I created a pbd.  My new exe is 1.28 mb, and the
pbds range from 37.5 kb to 939 kb.  My pbls range in size from 30 kb to
1.41 kb.  When I run the new exe, I get:

PBSTUP040 GPF in Module PBRTE040.DLL, at 0003:501F

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