Using #!' command'
Under Linux, '#!' in the first line is used to start the compiler. Under Windows, you can also use the first line in a file to start any programs, including those used for compiling with the necessary parameters. If you click such a .g file or press Enter, the specified command line will be executed. It allows you to avoid using additional batch files ( .bat ) and specify compiling options different from default options.
You can specify both absolute and relative paths to the program and the file you want to start. You can specify %1 as the full name of the current file. If the path contains spaces, you should enclose it in double quotation marks.
#!gentee.exe -s hello.g #!gentee.exe -t -f "%1" #!"C:\My Application\my.bat" "%1" #!ge2exe.exe "%1"
You can specify profile parameters at the beginning of the source .g file. Parameters must be described from the first line and the first character of the line must be . See names of parameters in Compilation profiles.
#output = %EXEPATH%\gentee-x.exe #norun = 1 #exe = 1 d g #optimizer = 1 #wait = 3 #res = ..\..\res\exe\version.res