sbt CcPlugin (sbt-cc)
This is an sbt plugin to compile C and C++ source files.
To use this plugin in your sbt project, add the following line to
addSbtPlugin("com.github.tnakamot" % "sbt-cc" % "0.0.3")
project/plugins.sbt does not exist in your project, just make it with the above
one line. Then, make sure that you import
sbtcc module in
build.sbt as shown
enablePlugins(CcPlugin) for your project as shown in below.
lazy val testProject = (project in file(".")) .enablePlugins(CcPlugin) .settings( ... // settings for CcPlugin )
All the settings for CcPlugin go inside
.settings( ... ). See the examples below
to see how you can make settings.
There are several example sbt projects under
example/ directory. README.md in each
example project provides hands-on tutorial about how to configure this plugin for
your C/C++ projects.
Below is the list of the example sbt projects. If you are a beginner, it is recommended to go through all the examples below in this order:
- simple-c: the simplest C project
- multi-execs: multiple executable targets in one project
- simple-cxx: a simple C++ project
- mix-cxx-and-c: an example to mix C and C++. Also shows how to switch the default commands for compiling, linking and archiving.
- external-headers: an example to include additional header search paths and source files.
- packaging-with-universal: an example to pass the targets of CcPlugin to other tasks and package them.
For those who develops and maintians this plugin, there is developer's note. It includes the instruction about how to release a new version of this plugin.
- make an example of test