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Re: Autovala: new program for developers
Well, the idea is, precisely, to be as intuitive as possible. Current
version (0.5.0) is usable, so if you want to try it, you can download it
from the git repository.
El 31/03/13 04:37, Craig escribió:
> If this works intuitively, you may have won me back to elementary
> On Mar 29, 2013 7:32 PM, "Sergio Costas" <rastersoft@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi all:
>> Several days ago, another user commented that using CMake with Vala was
>> quite hard and difficult.
>> After thinking about it, I reached the conclusion that using CMake is
>> quite boring and repetitive, so I said to myself: why not creating a
>> tool that automatically generates the CMakeLists.txt files, based on
>> several rules and heuristics?
>> The result is Autovala. It not only deduces where to put each file and
>> how to compile the binaries or libraries from the sources, but also
>> automagically finds the packages used in each project, and passes them
>> to the compiler. It also creates automatically the .gir and .vapi files
>> for libraries.
>> You have a longer and more precise description in the README file, in
>> the github repository:
>> It is still an alpha version, but fully usable. It still lacks some
>> minor things, like generating the .pc file for pkg-config, and other
>> things. For those I will need some help. If someone volunteers...
>> Enjoy it!
>> Nos leemos
>> RASTER (Linux user #228804)
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