Emacs helpers for working with sailfish os scratchbox (SDK).
The package can be installed via MELPA. The package name is
The package contains pre-defined variables for easy working out-of-the-box but these
settings may not suit each user. You may customize these variables in your
((nil . ( (sailfish-scratchbox-interpreter . "bash -ic") (sailfish-scratchbox-which-sdk . "sdk") (sailfish-scratchbox-mb2-build . "mb2 build") (sailfish-scratchbox-mb2-build-options . "") (sailfish-scratchbox-build-buffer-name . "*scratchbox build*") (sailfish-scratchbox-deploy-buffer-name . "*scratchbox deploy*") (sailfish-scratchbox-deploy-rpms-command . "scp RPMS/*.rpm email@example.com:/home/nemo") (sailfish-scratchbox-install-in-sdk . "sb2 -R rpm -i RPMS/*.rpm --force --verbose") )))
Here are their descriptions:
sailfish-scratchbox-interpreter- the interpreter to be used for invoking further scratchbox commands.
sailfish-scratchbox-which-sdk- the command to open the sailfish sdk - according to the sailfish sdk installation guide it is an alias
sdkwhich is installed into
mb2build script for building the project.
sailfish-scratchbox-mb2-build-options- additional options to be passed to
sailfish-scratchbox-build-buffer-name- the build buffer name.
sailfish-scratchbox-deploy-buffer-name- the build buffer name.
sailfish-scratchbox-deploy-rpms-command- the command for copying project artifacts (rpm files) to the phone. Must not ask user anything because there is no possibility for user input in the compilation buffer.
sailfish-scratchbox-install-in-sdk- the command for installing project artifacts (rpm files) into the sdk (target).
sailfish-scratchbox-mb2-build- build the project in which the current buffer is in.
sailfish-scratchbox-deploy-rpms- copy the project artifacts onto the phone.
sailfish-scratchbox-install-rpms- install the project artifacts into the sdk (target).
Using the package is very simple: open any file of a project in a buffer and then call the needed function - it will automatically find the project root and perform operations there.