Re: [PoC] Looking for feedback about edk
- Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2016 12:53:49 +0200
- From: Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [PoC] Looking for feedback about edk
2016-05-05 16:43 GMT+02:00 Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
> I've been working on a simple Python script called edk .
> The script can be used to build any cmake-based project by just
> calling `edk` from the git root of the project.
> The script is also able to install the project to (and run it from) a
> custom location. All the required environment variables are set by the
> script (XDG_DATA_DIRS, QT_PLUGIN_PATH, etc...).
> edk is not meant to replace kdesrc-build. It does not download source
> code and does not resolve the build-dependencies (it assumes they are
> already satisfied).
> I tried to make it as modular as possible. edk basically executes a
> list of jobs. For example, it should be trivial to add a new NinjaJob
> in order to use ninja in place of make.
> Possible use cases:
> - a new contributor wants to build just a single application from an
> already existing Plasma environment.
> - automatize workflow for existing developers.
> Possible misuse cases:
> - building frameworks or Plasma? I don't think it makes much sense to
> use such a simple script for complex projects. But I may be wrong :-)
> Please have a look and play with it. There is a README in .
> I'm happy to get feedback about it :)
> : https://quickgit.kde.org/?p=scratch%2Felvisangelaccio%2Fedk.git
> : https://quickgit.kde.org/?p=scratch%2Felvisangelaccio%2Fedk.git&a=blob&h=999c8d9a27dcf126659cca4b5af71861ea66ab5a&hb=e848120c4141e3a479640c6c916ab3fac1853e50&f=README
There is now a page on the community wiki as well: