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Staring into the Fire: The Build Process

RemObjects Blogs – This post is part of a series in which I want to take a closer look at some of the features and functionality in Fire, our new IDE for the Mac. Fire is designed to be light-weight and “get out of your way”, and one of the parts where this shines thru is when you build. Compiling your project is a frequent task in your day.to-day work, and an essential part of any development environment. You usually start a build by either hitting Cmd-B (to just build) or Cmd-R (to build, and then run), and when you do, the build system goes off to do its thing in the background, but aside from that, nothing ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2014-08-06 17:00

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