Project Format - File List

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Basically, a Project File just consists of a list of files that will be combined. As an example, here is a simple project file:






As you can see, it is a list of filenames. Each line begins with a pound sign "#" and ends with a semicolon ";". All other lines are ignored by the program and can be used for notes or comments. After the pound sign, a file name must appear. This can be any file name and can include a path specification. Spaces, tabs, carriage returns, line feeds and all "white space" characters are ignored. Comments begin with a forward slash “/” and are terminated either by another forward slash or the end of the line. The "make" format allows a great deal of freedom in the way you can lay out the file. The format allows the files and linking information to be set up virtually free form.