Subject: Re: [Boost-build] BJam-Plugin for Eclipse
From: John Bito (jwbito_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-01 13:43:14
Good to hear from you, Frank!
What I'd really like to do is create a jamfile generator that would
perform the same function as the 'Ant buildfile' exporter and the CDT
Makefile generator. I'm building an application with both C and Java.
Right now, I'm still developing a java toolset for bjam. (Any news
on the Python implementation of Boost.Build?)
On a less ambitious note, I'm thinking about getting the
JamfileTargets plugin to recognize additional main target types
defined in the jamfiles, so that one could launch (for example) a
unit-test target. I think the right way to do that would be to invoke
bjam to list the available targets (or maybe just the target-types).
Anyway, I'll be working on this project for a few more months, so I
hope I'll be able to contribute something useful along the way.
Thanks for digging through the mailing-list archives!
On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 06:29, Frank Birbacher<bloodymir.crap_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I haven't been around here for quite some time. I've just searched
> through the messages regarding my eclipse plugin.
> Vladimir Prus schrieb:
>> On Thursday 02 April 2009 03:55:10 jwbnyc wrote:
>>> I picked up the plugin from a
>>> branch containing the Jamfile Eclipse plugin source that looks correct.
>>> It's built and running on my Ganymede Workbenches on Solaris10 and WinVista.
>>> I'd like to see it get an update site.
> Fine. Glad to hear it works for you. :D I haven't got much response to
> this tool.
>> I imagine we can arrange to put necessary data online -- either on boost.org,
>> or elsewhere. OTOH, somebody should actually create the update site -- I don't
>> much know about classic solution, and p2 scares me to no end :-)
> Hmm, I don't know how to create an update site. I cannot guarantee to
> put much effort into this until August. I'm preparing for exams.
>>> I'd like to know if there is anyone advancing this work. I have a few
>>> thoughts, but I'd like to know if anyone else has moved it forward before I
>>> think too much about what might be useful.
> Well, apart from updating the syntax highlighting I haven't enhanced the
> plugins anyhow. Please post your thoughts.
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