File Wizard: Compiler Variable

  In this step of the file wizard, you specify the compiler variable whose value will be used for adding more files to the distribution tree. This step is only shown if you select "Compiler variable" in the first step.
  The selected compiler variable must exist and will be read at compile time. Its value will be split with the configured path list separator. Note that the compiler variable must be defined, otherwise the build will fail and you have to specify the plain name of the compiler variable, without any surrounding variable replacement syntax.

For each file that does not exist, a warning will be printed during the build.

For the separator, the compiler variable ${compiler:sys.pathlistSeparator} can be used to separate path lists with ; on Windows and : on Unix. The separator is interpreted as a regular expression, so you can use \n for separating files with new lines, for example.