Many development tools use a dependency model, sometimes expressed as a makefile, in which the timestamp on each source file is compared with that on the target file (usually the object file) to decide whether the target file needs to be regenerated.
With UltraLite development, a change to any SQL statement in a development project means that the generated code needs to be regenerated. Changes are not reflected in the timestamp on any individual source file because the SQL statements are stored in the reference database.
This section describes how to incorporate UltraLite application development, specifically the SQL preprocessor, into a dependency-based build environment. The specific instructions provided are for Visual C++, and you may need to modify them for your own development tool.
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