il compiler (2)

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Mario de Sousa

Hi there again...

Jiri,

Do you think you can have the il compiler generate C code that uses the name of the xxx.il file as the default name for the module?

On line 177 of il2c.pl I have already replaced
plc_init("$ARGV", argc, argv); but the trailing .il gets used. Can you please work the s/... perl magic and remove the trailing .il, if$ARGV ends in .il, and leave it be if it doesn't?

Thanks,

Mario (showing off his ignorance of perl).

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Jiri Baum

Mario:
> Do you think you can have the il compiler generate C code that uses the
> name of the xxx.il file as the default name for the module?

No worries - done. It uses the name of the first file.

(I probably never said so, but you can give the compiler several files, so you can make stepladder libraries that way, or do modular-ish development.)

> On line 177 of il2c.pl I have already replaced
> plc_init("$ARGV", argc, argv); I'm not sure if you can do that -$ARGV refers to the current file, and by then all the files have been read through.

Jiri
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