From: Sylvain, Gregory M (GSylvain_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-12 16:11:00
We are currently using boost_1_32_0 and I'm trying to write a toolset file to enable us to use Roguewave's LEIF xsd2cpp C++ class generator from within bjam. (The xsd2cpp command is just a C++ class generator that generates C++ class from a respective W3C XSD Schema).
I'm not having much luck, I've been through the boost build manual, samples, etc. and I'm still having problems.
In the end, I would like to be able to write a library rule such as :
And have boost run RW's xsd2cpp tool run on the file schemas.xsd and all of the resulting cpp files that are generated would be compiled and archived in libclientxml.
I have a toolset file in my boost-build/tools directory as follows:
---- begin file boost-build/tools/xsd2cpp.jam ----
import type ;
type.register XSD : xsd ;
import generators ;
class cpp-generator : generator
rule __init__ ( * : * )
generator.__init__ $(1) : $(2) : $(3) : $(4) : $(5) : $(6) : $(7) : $(8) : $(9) ;
# after the actions is executed, get a list of the generated targets that
# results from this action
rule generated-targets ( sources * : property-set : project name ?)
local leafs ;
local temp = [ virtual-targets.traverse $(sources) : : include-sources ] ;
for local f in $(temp)
leafs += $(f) ;
return [ generator.generated-targets $(sources) $(leafs)
: $(property-set) : $(project) $(name) ] ;
[ new cpp-generator xsd2cpp.xsd2cpp : XSD : CPP ] ;
# run RW's xsd2cpp command over the source and produce a lot of C++ code.
xsd2cpp -STL "$(>)"
---- end file boost-build/tools/xsd2cpp.jam ----
If anyone has a clue how to do this, please let me know. Or if I've going about this the wrong way, I would like to here that as well.
Thanks for any assistance with this,
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