Root > Advanced topics > Compiling your project with EurekaLog

Compiling your project with EurekaLog

Previous pageReturn to chapter overviewNext page   

EurekaLog requires post-processing of your file in order to work. If you compile your project inside IDE, then this post-processing is performed by IDE expert:



"EurekaLog" / "post-processing" stage during compilation. Notice "EurekaLog:" prefix on second line.



"EurekaLog" / "post-processing" stage in IDE output

(use the following IDE main menu command: View / Messages )



Same window expanded - this is output from a normal successful compilation


Don't have EurekaLog IDE expert installed?


1. If you compile your application inside IDE - then it is the simplest case: because you don't need to do anything. You just enable EurekaLog for your project and compile it.


2. However, if you're compiling your project outside IDE (say, you're using command-line compilation, build server or build script) or you don't have EurekaLog IDE expert installed (don't want to use it) - then you need to post-process your compiled project manually (see this article for more details).


Post-processing includes injecting additional information into your compiled executable module: EurekaLog's options and debug information.



See also:

Send feedback... Build date: 2023-09-11
Last edited: 2023-03-07
The documentation team uses the feedback submitted to improve the EurekaLog documentation. We do not use your e-mail address for any other purpose. We will remove your e-mail address from our system after the issue you are reporting has been resolved. While we are working to resolve this issue, we may send you an e-mail message to request more information about your feedback. After the issues have been addressed, we may send you an email message to let you know that your feedback has been addressed.

Permanent link to this article: