I thought xmake don't need any "real" code change because there is already a Windows build. OK, I'll check the dev branch.
It only support build xmake for msvc compiler. Some win api cannot process msys/mingw environments. e.g. GetEnvirnomentStrings cannot get all envs on msys, but getenv() ok.
Got this error:
make: *** No rule to make target 'autogen/msys/jit/x86_64/lj_vm.o', needed by 'libluajitr.a'. Stop. make: *** [/f/xmake/core/suffix.mak:305: DEP_PROS_luajit_all] Error 2
uname command and let me look at it.
add_installfilesto add other installed files, you can see . https://xmake.io/#/manual/project_target?id=targetadd_installfiles
set_installdirto set the installation directory to the same bin directory for the given dynamic target. https://xmake.io/#/manual/project_target?id=targetset_installdir
vcpkg, which xmake picks up automatically and does a great job of finding packages - thanks for this functionality! The problem is that when I use CMake or Visual Studio, the relevant dlls are copied automatically to the build dir, but xmake doesn't appear to do this. Is this a feature request? :)
I wanna use "pprint" package, and add it in my xmake.lua as :
package("pprint") set_urls("https://github.com/p-ranav/pprint.git") -- add_versions("0.9.1", "def4a2f557780ecf26ce5080e2b9637f423ba228") add_deps("cmake") ** add_includedirs("include/pprint") ** on_install(function(package) import("package.tools.cmake").install(package) end) package_end()
but I found the header file pprint.hpp was not in include dir, but in nested include/pprint dir. I wanna add include/pprint as includedirs, so I add a command add_includedirs("include/pprint") *， but it did not works.
I'm looking for something like:
Verilog file and xdc files are HDL / RTL specific. that's what I mean when I'm wondering if there is a way to extend the toolset types to covert new types of files in a custom toolchain
Hi ! Does xmake has anykind of support from Visual studio ? To my best understanding visual studio could be supported out of box, if xmake would offer similar kind of api as cmake is offering to visual studio.
xmake project -k vsxmake @see https://xmake.io/#/plugin/builtin_plugins?id=generate-visualstudio-project