If you are using AcuConnect or AcuServer, you can have AcuBench copy an object file to the server after compiling. There are two ways to do this:
Just as there are two methods for placing the object file on the server, there are two ways to specify a remote destination for a compiled object: the Project Properties interface and the Project Settings interface. Settings that you specify in the Project Properties interface are automatically picked up by the Project Settings interface, but the reverse is not true. This means that if you use certain remote settings for testing and a different set of remote settings for production, you can specify the most commonly used set of options in the Project Properties interface, then create a special mode in the Project Settings interface for the less frequently used case.
To use the Project Properties interface to specify remote compiler settings:
To use the Project Settings interface to specify compiler settings for a specific project mode (or for an individual source file):
The next time you compile a program using this mode, the compiled object is placed in the specified server location.
When you use any remote compile option, the object file is listed in the Remote Object folder in the File view. Just as with local object files, you can right-click the object file icon in the File view and click Properties to retrieve information about the compiled object.