digitalmars.D.announce - A (very) simple build/install/remove script
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit On the off chance that anyone is interested, I've attached a small, very simple, Bash script I've made that takes care of building, installing and uninstalling small and simple D libraries. Just put it somewhere in your path, mark it as executable, and off you go. :) Note that it only works with DMD. It assumes a straightforward library structure. As an example, say you have a library "foo" consisting of, say, the modules foo.bar and foo.baz. These should then be located in the files foo/bar.d and foo/baz.d. Then, from foo/'s parent directory, type the following commands. To build the library (it will be located in .dlib/libfoo.a afterwards): dlib build foo To install the library and sources to /usr/local: sudo dlib install foo To remove the library and sources again: sudo dlib remove foo To remove dlib's hidden working dir: dlib clean I made the script for my own, personal use. Though it ain't exactly DSSS, I hope that someone else will find it useful as well. :) -Lars The usual disclaimer follows: You use this script at your own risk. Under no circumstances shall the author be held responsible for any consequences of your use of the script.
May 11 2009