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May 30, 2012
Build / Package system
There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
working?
I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
don't get updated from a long time ago.

I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in Linux
that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
pkg-config.
May 30, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 08:13:34 UTC, Sputnik wrote:
> There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
> working?
> I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
> don't get updated from a long time ago.
>
> I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
> and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
> real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
> where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in Linux
> that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
> pkg-config.

You can. I use pkg-config on Windows inside the MSYS environment.
May 30, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On 2012-05-30 10:13, Sputnik wrote:
> There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
> working?
> I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
> don't get updated from a long time ago.
>
> I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
> and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
> real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
> where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in Linux
> that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
> pkg-config.

You can get quite far buy using a shell script and rdmd for building 
applications:

$ rdmd --build-only <options> main.d

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
May 30, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 13:06:40 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2012-05-30 10:13, Sputnik wrote:
>> There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
>> working?
>> I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
>> don't get updated from a long time ago.
>>
>> I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
>> and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
>> real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
>> where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in 
>> Linux
>> that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
>> pkg-config.
>
> You can get quite far buy using a shell script and rdmd for 
> building applications:
>
> $ rdmd --build-only <options> main.d

rdmd lloks to work well, escept for two things:

1) I only can compile with dmd. What happend if I like to use gdc 
to compile ?

2) I need to put the same flags for linking and includes for gtkd 
that I use in the makefile. I like to have something more OS 
agnostic of say to the compiler/builder to include gtkd.
May 30, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On 2012-05-30 20:53, Sputnik wrote:

> rdmd lloks to work well, escept for two things:
>
> 1) I only can compile with dmd. What happend if I like to use gdc to
> compile ?

rdmd --compiler=<compiler>

> 2) I need to put the same flags for linking and includes for gtkd that I
> use in the makefile. I like to have something more OS agnostic of say to
> the compiler/builder to include gtkd.

That would be nice to have.

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
May 30, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 19:12:06 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2012-05-30 20:53, Sputnik wrote:
>
>> rdmd lloks to work well, escept for two things:
>>
>> 1) I only can compile with dmd. What happend if I like to use 
>> gdc to
>> compile ?
>
> rdmd --compiler=<compiler>

Wops!

>
>> 2) I need to put the same flags for linking and includes for 
>> gtkd that I
>> use in the makefile. I like to have something more OS agnostic 
>> of say to
>> the compiler/builder to include gtkd.
>
> That would be nice to have.

I managed to doing something similar using git submodules
May 31, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
On 2012-05-31 00:23, Zardoz wrote:
> On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 19:12:06 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
>> On 2012-05-30 20:53, Sputnik wrote:

>>> 2) I need to put the same flags for linking and includes for gtkd that I
>>> use in the makefile. I like to have something more OS agnostic of say to
>>> the compiler/builder to include gtkd.
>>
>> That would be nice to have.
>
> I managed to doing something similar using git submodules

What I think he was saying was that he wants a cross-platform way of 
linking a library then compiling.

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
June 06, 2012
Re: Build / Package system
They are dbuilder: https://github.com/organizations/dbuilder-developers
cross-platform
support both ldc2 / dmd / gdc
// build
install
config file for your project ...
not yet stable but it should works

any one are welcome to contribute
July 25, 2013
Re: Build / Package system
On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 08:13:34 UTC, Sputnik wrote:
> There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
> working?
> I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
> don't get updated from a long time ago.
>
> I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
> and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
> real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
> where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in Linux
> that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
> pkg-config.

CMakeD is actually just a bunch of CMake modules and very 
lightweight, it wouldn't be surprising if it still worked or 
required more than a few minor changes.

I've decided today to migrate my project from C++ to D after 
being annoyed by the lack of conditional evaluation of code in 
C++ and the opposition of the core designers of C++ to static if, 
so I will report later if CMakeD is still useable.
July 26, 2013
Re: Build / Package system
On Wednesday, 30 May 2012 at 08:13:34 UTC, Sputnik wrote:
> There is a build and/or package managment system for D2 that is
> working?
> I googled, and I only can find things like dsss or cmaked that
> don't get updated from a long time ago.
>
> I really need to manage to get a project to compile in Windows
> and Linux. Actually the code not have any OS dependence, so the
> real diferences in each OS are the linking to gtkd and how and
> where install the project. Actually I'm using a makfile in Linux
> that works well, but I can't use it in windows for thing like
> pkg-config.

There's dub: http://code.dlang.org/ 
https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/dub
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