mkconfig is a build configuration utility. It creates an output file intended to be included as a header file, run as a shell script, used as a configuration file, or any other use. mkconfig is written in portable shell script and designed to be extensible for any configuration use.
|Tags||Software Development Build Tools|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release updates the defaults for the clang compiler.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue with the cache being used when it should not have been for XDR types and for argument detection in the library function. The processing of nested if statements and the display for the define directive are fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes minor issues for NetBSD 6.0, adds workarounds for ksh93 93u+, and adds an example for the C/D language interface using Tcl/Tk.
Release Notes: This release fixes many issues relating to the D language's C language interface, including typedef extraction, structure extraction, basic bitfield handling, casts, multiple output files, type conversions, and macro extraction. New directives have been added for D module naming, prefix removal, environment source files, and substitution.
Release Notes: A new script, mkc.sh, has been created as a single entry point to set options, determine required libraries, compile, create libraries, and link. C structure extraction for the D language has been redone to be more robust, and now handles nesting and typedef'd structures better. Support for including the standard compiler environment variables in the options file has been added. Bugfixes include fixes for the cache, C libraries for D, support for Solaris 2.6's /bin/sh, and improved determination of the D compiler version.