Running buildalls with command line switch /buildall

This switch builds all the projects in some or all of your BuildRoots. A buildall log is written in the build root's LOG folder.

The basic syntax of the /build command is:

<INSTALLED_PROGRAM_LOCATION>\BUILDPLUS /buildall <BUILD_DIRECTORY> /<OTHER SWITCH>

where

Examples

To build all projects in all BuildRoots:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\GMCL\DBDOC\Programs\BuildPlus.exe" /buildall

To build all projects in the BuildRoots "C:\DBDOC_BUILDS" and "C:\TEST_BUILDS":

"C:\Program Files (x86)\GMCL\DBDOC\Programs\BuildPlus.exe" /buildall "C:\DBDOC_BUILDS","C:\TEST_BUILDS"

By default, when using the switch /buildall:

You can use additional switches to change these options, to run Management of Change (MOC) processing, or to use programs from the Overrides directory. It is also possible to start the build partway through the buildroot list, or exclude certain projects. See Using other command line switches.

See also