The arglist iterates over all elements and adds each item in a list,
optionally prepended or appended with strings, to the command line. It
is typically used when listing source files, object files, include
This will operate on special list properties set by either the compile, linklib or
linkexe task. The names of the available
lists can be found on the manual pages for those tasks.
||The list name to include on the command line.
The name of the lists available depends on the task that invoked the
||A text string to prepend to
every element in the list.
||A text string to append to the
every element in the list. The default value is a space character. It
might sometimes be
practical to set this to the empty string when the next arguemnt should
follow without a space.
||No. Default:" "|
The most common use is when simply adding the list items, separated
by space, to the command line.
<arglist name="srcfiles"/>A more elaborate example:
<arglist name="includepath" prefix="-I "/>This will prepend every element in the includepath with -I before adding it to the command line.