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Well, they are also all listed under the Product menu. Build, Run, Test, Profile, Analyze and Archive. It seems like we are performing an operation. Build Mode Operation??¿¿ Like you, I want to be even go to the level of being pedantic about it, but it seems a little more than a mode.
Anyway, whichever term we come up with or find out it is called, I’m cool with it.
On Nov 12, 2020, at 13:59, Alex Zavatone via groups.io <zav@...> wrote:
In a build scheme, there are sections for Build, Run, Test, Archive, Profile, Analyze for each target.
What is the term for each of these?
Alex… don’t know if they have an official term. Would calling them the Scheme’s ‘build modes’ offend anyone’s sensibilities?
It’s a good start but is it a mode? Or an operation? But Build Operation is too vague.
I will advocate for mode, or more specifically, and pedantically, it is ‘the build mode in which the scheme is operating’…
There needs to be some name for what those things are called. We use them all too often for there not to be a term for them!