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UMK(1)				      Umk				UMK(1)

       umk - Command line builder for Ultimate++ projects

       umk assembly package build_method [-[a] [b] [r] [s] [S] [v] [1] [2] [m]
       [d] [M] [l] [x] [X] [Hn]] [+FLAG[,FLAG]...] [ out ]

       Umk builds package from assembly	using settings from build_method   and
       FLAGs. The resulting binary is created in out.

	      Selects  in which	assembly to look for package. It can be	a pre-
	      defined assembly (in .var	file) which is in Win32	 in  directory
	      where  is	 located umk.exe or in POSIX systems in	directories ~,
	      ~/.upp/umk, ~/.upp/theide	or ~/.upp/theide. Alternatively, it is
	      a	 direct	 set  of directories that represent U++	assembly sepa-
	      rated by ','.

	      Selects which package to use. The	package	must exist in selected

	      Selects  build  method  to  be  used to build the	resulting exe-
	      cutable, specified either	as name	of build method	(which is then
	      searched	for  in	~, ~/.upp/umk, ~/.upp/theide ~/.upp/theide di-
	      rectories) or it is a direct path	to the .bm file.

       FLAGs  Specify witch flags should be set	up. This works the same	way as
	      inside  TheIDE.  The  FLAGs  must	 be  separated	by  commas and
	      prepended	with "+" or ">"	character. Please note,	that  ">"  has
	      special meaning in most shells and therefore you must either es-
	      cape it or enclose in quotation marks. If	flags are  not	speci-
	      fied, the	first main configuration entry in .upp file is used.

       Parameter options must always form single string, e.g. "-arvs".	Please
       note, that some options are mutually exclusive. Don't use them together
       unless you want to be surprised by the results.

   General options:
	      a	     Rebuild all. Cleans caches	before doing anything.

	      b	     Use BLITZ.

	      l	     Be	silent.

	      v	     Be	verbose.

	      m	     Create a map file.

	      Hn     Number  of	 threads used for building (single digit). De-
		     fault is number of	logical	cores available.

   Output mode:
	      r	     Release mode.

	      1	     Release mode - optimize for size.

	      2	     Release mode - optimize for speed.

	      These options are	mutually exclusive. If more of	them  is  used
	      then last	one is used. If	none is	used, Debug mode is assumed.

   Linking mode:
	      s	     Use shared	libraries.

	      S	     Use shared	libraries and build as shared libraries.

	      These  options  are  mutually exclusive. If more of them is used
	      then last	one is used. If	none is	specified, static  linking  is

	      x	     Export  files necessary to	build project to the directory

	      X	     Export all	files in project to directory out

	      M	     Create makefile in	file out

	      xM,XM  If	you mix	M with x or X, Makefile	is exported to	direc-
		     tory out

	      k	     Do	not delete target directory out	when exporting.

	      Options  x  and  X are mutually exclusive. The last specified is

	      The assembly specifications.
	      The build	methods	configurations.

       umk examples UWord
	      Opens UWord (an example implementation  of  text	proccesor)  in

       umk examples AddressBook	GCC -vasb +GUI,MT /tmp/ab
	      Builds application AddressBook with verbose output, using	gcc(1)
	      in debug mode, with GUI and multithreading support, links	it us-
	      ing shared libraries and places it in /tmp/ab.

       umk uppsrc ide -2sx +GUI,MT /tmp/ide
	      Exports Makefile and all the files needed	to build TheIDE	itself
	      (with speed optimizations) into the directory /tmp/ide/.

       If you find any bugs, please contact the	developpers on	our  forums  ( ) or file a bug on projects SourceForge
       page ( ).

       Mirek Fidler, Koldo Ramirez, Tomas Rylek, Daniel	Kos

       Full documentation is accesible from within TheIDE and also  online  on

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