Warning: cycles are not allowed for includes. Do not include a file that directly or indirectly includes the same file. To avoid cycles, it is possible to use the INCLUDE_ONCE element instead
Attributes brief detailed show all inherited
|file||Path to the XML file to include||empty|
|content||XML content to include||empty|
|ignore_missing||When set to true, no error is thrown if the file is missing||false|
The following file:
if the include.xml file contains the following lines:
- <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
- <IMAGE_PARAM_KNOB param_id="dsp.input4" image="knob_black.bmp" image_orientation="horizontal" images_count="127" />
Will be equivalent to the following file:
Just as if the code below the <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> line had been pasted inside the including file.
Note that the included file has to be a valid XML file: the first line is mandatory, and the file must have a root element. If you want to include a file containing several elements in a list, they have to be enclosed in a root element. The DUMMY element can be used for this purpose.