/aps or /app

Compile application shells.

/aps | /app   {/inf | /war}   {/lis= 1 | 2} {/ilv =  0| 1 | 2}   {/sym} { /asv}   {/aft=DateTime}   {/bef=DateTime} {/iap |   {/tpl}   {/plt}}   {/nodebug}   {ApplicationShell}


ApplicationShell—name of the application shell to compile. If omitted, all application shells are compiled (after considering any sub-switches). Use wildcard characters to specify multiple application shells.

Use With

ide.exe—Uniface IDE


By default, this switch compiles normal application shells (the Purpose property is set to N (Normal). To compile application shells that are defined as templates or palettes (Purpose is T (Template) or P (Palette)), you can use the /tpl and /plt sub-switches. If you want to compile the application shells regardless of their purpose, you can use the /iap (include all purposes) sub-switch.

When compiling from the command, only error messages are shown by default. (Compiling interactively displays both error and warning messages.) Use the /inf, /war, /lis and /ilv sub-switches to increase the amount of information displayed.

Use the /nodebug sub-switch to specify that the compiled application shells cannot be debugged.

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