This enables hsc to check references to local IDs in other documents of your project. Additionally, you can now use hscdepp to maintain the dependencies between hsc-source and HTML object, and update a Makefile according to them.
Another tool called hscpitt allows you to examine, add and remove documents from the project-file.
But it's very important to use the same name for the project-file every time you invoke hsc. Otherwise, hsc and hscdepp won't be able to find all required information and will launch warnings or create incomplete dependencies.
To create an empty project-file, you have to hscpitt with the command
NEW. To make hsc maintain it, you have to specify the
PRJFILE when invoking it.
If you want to utilize the information stored in the project-file
outside hsc, you can use hscpitt with the command
extract and for instance parse it with a short program
written in some scripting language. See hscpaltrow for an