build.proj.mk module uses the
premake utility to generate "project files", so that BSDBuild projects can be
opened by various IDEs (Integrated Development Environments).
This module adds the target "proj", so that "make proj" will compile the project files, and pack them into sets of archive files (under PROJDIR, which defaults to "./ProjectFiles").
The various profiles are defined by the space-separated list PROJFILES. Each entry in PROJFILES has the format:
"<OS>" specifies the operating system and "<IDE>" is the target IDE name. The "<FLAVOR> argument is a flavor or variant identifier (e.g., "nothreads"), and "<OPTIONS>" is a comma-separated list of ./configure options (e.g., "--disable-threads").
Valid "<OS>" values include:
Note: Premake does support other targets ("bsd", "linux" and "macosx"), but it rarely if ever necessary to generate project files for those targets since they already provide a proper compilation environment (i.e., BSDBuild can be used directly on them).
Valid "<IDE>" target names include:
|build.common.mk, build.lib.mk, build.prog.mk|
|build.proj.mk first appeared in BSDBuild 2.2
BSDBuild is based on the 4.4BSD build system.