|bindinate||Pull in build fixes from mono-soc-2013/master|
|scheme||Added an autogenerated gir scheme generated from gir files|
|README||update README to point to current working repos and branches|
|configure.ac||build: Fix configure output|
The master branch is currently tracking the work being done as part of Google Summer of Code at https://github.com/mono-soc-2013/bindinator You'll also need the gtk-sharp at htts://github.com/mono-soc-2013/gtk-sharp The bindinator installs a tool called bindinate, which can be called with the name of a gir file to generate a binding project. Example: bindinate WebKit-3.0 If the package name in the gir file does not match the system package (i.e., the .pc file), it can be supplied to bindinate. Example: bindinate WebKit-1.0 webkit-1.0 ===== Extra cs code ===== If you want to extend/add code, you can add extra source files to the sources list in Makefile.am ===== Extra package checks ===== The bindinate tool creates a directory of the same name as the supplied gir file name and produces the needed files for compiling a binding. Customization of the gapi output can be done via the usual metadata file. If the build requires checking for extra packages and getting assembly references, rules can be added by creating an m4 directory inside the output directory and placing there all the needed checks. To include them in the build, you need to create an m4.custom file which lists the base name of every check. Example: m4.custom: MONOCAIRO m4/cairo.m4: AC_DEFUN([CHECK_MONOCAIRO], [ PKG_CHECK_MODULES(MONOCAIRO, mono-cairo) AC_SUBST(MONOCAIRO_LIBS) ]) The bindinate tool will add a CHECK_MONOCAIRO call to configure.ac and $(MONOCAIRO_LIBS) will be added to the assembly build line automatically.