Verified Commit 800ae739 authored by Alexander Lohnau's avatar Alexander Lohnau 💬
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Revert changes to heading templates

parent 4e432e17
/*
%filename% - Copyright %author%
/************************************************************************
%filename% - Copyright %author%
Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other
information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply
......@@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ If you want to do this, this file is located at
%headingpath%
-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
you can use variables in your heading files which are replaced at generation
time. possible variables are : author, date, time, filename and filepath.
......@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ just write %variable_name%
This file was generated on %date% at %time%
The original location of this file is %filepath%
*/
**************************************************************************/
/*
%filename% - Copyright %author%
/************************************************************************
%filename% - Copyright %author%
Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other
information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply
......@@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ If you want to do this, this file is located at
%headingpath%
-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
you can use variables in your heading files which are replaced at generation
time. possible variables are : author, date, time, filename and filepath.
......@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ just write %variable_name%
This file was generated on %date% at %time%
The original location of this file is %filepath%
*/
**************************************************************************/
/*
%filename% - Copyright %author%
/************************************************************************
%filename% - Copyright %author%
Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other
information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply
......@@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ If you want to do this, this file is located at
%headingpath%
-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
you can use variables in your heading files which are replaced at generation
time. possible variables are : author, date, time, filename and filepath.
......@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ just write %variable_name%
This file was generated on %date% at %time%
The original location of this file is %filepath%
*/
**************************************************************************/
/*
%filename% - Copyright %author%
/************************************************************************
%filename% - Copyright %author%
Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other
information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply
......@@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ If you want to do this, this file is located at
%headingpath%
-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
i.e. it will look for a file name ending in ".h" to include in C++ header
files, and for a file name ending in ".java" to include in all generated
java code.
If you name the file "heading.<extension>", Code Generator will always
choose this file even if there are other files with the same extension in the
directory. If you name the file something else, it must be the only one with that
extension in the directory to guarantee that Code Generator will choose it.
you can use variables in your heading files which are replaced at generation
time. possible variables are : author, date, time, filename and filepath.
......@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ just write %variable_name%
This file was generated on %date% at %time%
The original location of this file is %filepath%
*/
**************************************************************************/
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