See the files under the
Using GNU Make
Change directory to
build/make/ and run
make from it. This tries to use
gmcs compiler by default. Feel free to open the
Makefile and tweak
it according to your needs.
Using other tools
Currently, LitJSON doesn't have any other auxiliary files for compiling this library with other tools.
If you want to contribute your own solutions to compile it with tools like
NAnt or MSBuild, that would be most appreciated. Please create those
auxiliary files under the path
This library comes with a set of unit tests using the NUnit framework.
If you have pkg-config in your system, and the Mono suite
mono-nunit.pc file, you can try running these tests by running
make test from the
You can specify which
pkg-config is invoked by passing a
make test. This is useful when you have mutiple conflicting
pkg-configs on your system and need to select the correct one (i.e. to
avoid conflicts with Homebrew on Mac OSX).
Example of running the tests on Mac OSX:
# In litjson/ directory $ cd build/make $ make PKG_CONFIG=/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Commands/pkg-config test
Using LitJSON from an application
LitJson.dll file when compiling your code. For a link to
download this file, see the Download section in the project's
Alternatively, just copy the whole tree of files under
src/LitJSON to your
own project's source tree and integrate it with your development environment.
Unlicense (public domain).