Unfortunately, none of this makes any sense to me. Well, I mean it does, but nothing I've tried seems to work properly , and this thread is both incomplete and confusing at best. Are there any good, complete, real-world examples I can look at?
Specifically, I need something with mixed filetypes (e.g. .java and .py ), but where I don't have a recognizable build system (e.g.
My use case is that I don't want to have to constantly flip back to the "main" file tab in a project in order to be able to build; I'd like to just hit CTRL+B regardless of which file I'm editing, and get The Right Thing for that project.
I'm on Build 3094, Win7 x64.
P.S. I could probably use
make, or even just a specifically-named script, but that's friction I don't want. My "projects" are very small, usually only 2-5 files, but I'm frequently switching projects, and creating new ones, and having to include another file in each project is unwanted overhead, particularly when it would only be used for the custom build system (same for custom build commands in a
 Custom variant with a specific keybind ("No build system"); Use
file_patterns keyword ("init() got an unexpected keyword argument 'file_patterns'"); Custom variant with CTRL+SHIFT+B (trouble with scope/file selector, I guess - simply doesn't work).
 Think jython