[p4] Adding a Changelist # to C++ code...?

Jamie.Echlin at barclayscapital.com Jamie.Echlin at barclayscapital.com
Fri Feb 22 02:57:56 PST 2008


> If you want a header file you will need a script. A header 
> file is not ideal though as it will cause a recompile of all 
> dependent files and a relink for ever change regardless of 
> whether any code was touched by the change e.g. a data file 
> is updated but no code.

That's true but there are ways to "tag" binary files with the version
info after the build, example:
http://www.cleartool.com/scripts/ccwhat/ccwhat.html
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