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BUILD.PROJ.MK(5)	    BSD	File Formats Manual	      BUILD.PROJ.MK(5)

NAME
     build.proj.mk -- bsdbuild - compilation of	IDE project files

SYNOPSIS
     .include <bsd.proj.mk>

DESCRIPTION
     The build.proj.mk module uses the premake(1) utility to generate "project
     files", so	that BSDBuild projects can be opened by	various	IDEs (Inte-
     grated 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>:<IDE>:<FLAVOR>:<OPTIONS>

     "<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:

     windows		 Windows 95 and	up
     windows-xp		 Windows XP and	up
     windows-xp-x64	 Windows XP and	up (64-bit)
     windows-vista	 Windows Vista and up
     windows-vista-x64	 Windows Vista and up (64-bit)
     windows-7		 Windows 7 and up
     windows-7-x64	 Windows 7 and up (64-bit)

     Note: Premake does	support	other targets ("bsd", "linux" and "macosx"),
     but it rarely if ever necessary to	generate project files for those tar-
     gets since	they already provide a proper compilation environment (i.e.,
     BSDBuild can be used directly on them).

     Valid "<IDE>" target names	include:

     cb-gcc	Code::Blocks with gcc
     vs6	Visual Studio 6
     vs2002	Visual Studio 2002
     vs2003	Visual Studio 2003
     vs2005	Visual Studio 2005
     monodev	MonoDevelop
     sharpdev	ICSharpCode SharpDevelop

TARGETS
     proj   If PROJECT is defined, generate the	project	files.	Otherwise,
	    only generate PREMAKEOUT in	the current directory.

VARIABLES
     PROJECT	      Name of project.	If a project has multiple subdirecto-
		      ries, this should	only be	defined	in the top-level di-
		      rectory.

     PROJFILES	      List of project files to generate	(see DESCRIPTION
		      above).

     PROJDIR	      Directory	to hold	generated project file archives.

     PROJFILESEXTRA   List of additional files to include in all project file
		      archives.

     PROJINCLUDES     List of additional premake scripts to include every-
		      where.

     PREMAKE	      Path to premake(1) utility.

     ZIP	      Path to zip(1) utility.

     ZIPFLAGS	      Flags to zip(1).

     MKPROJFILES      Path to mkprojfiles(1) utility (which is part of BSD-
		      Build).

     PREMAKEOUT	      Filename of premake input	generated by BSDBuild (de-
		      faults to	premake.lua).

     PREMAKEFLAGS     Flags to premake utility.

SEE ALSO
     build.common.mk(5), build.lib.mk(5), build.prog.mk(5)

HISTORY
     build.proj.mk first appeared in BSDBuild 2.2

     BSDBuild is based on the 4.4BSD build system.

BSD			       November	24, 2007			   BSD

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