[odb-users] using the odb command when one of the c files is generated by makefile

Boris Kolpackov boris at codesynthesis.com
Fri Jul 3 14:13:29 EDT 2015

Hi Teererai,

Teererai Marange <selection989 at gmail.com> writes:

> When running the program in the absence of database persistance I simply use
> the -include $< directive with g++ to make it as if there is a #include
> directive at the start of my class file, thus making it compile as intended
> while, not limiting the file to a specific name. My question is whether it
> is possible to do the same when I use the odb command.
> As an example my odb command would look like this:
> odb -d mysql --generate-query --generate-schema person.hxx -include leg.hxx

ODB has the -x option which instructs it to pass the next argument to
g++, verbatim. So it seems to me this should do the trick:

odb ... -x -include -x leg.hxx ...


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