Commit eb2ee46e authored by Sergio Costas's avatar Sergio Costas

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Elementary CMake modules
This is a set of CMake modules: Translations, GSettings, and Vala modules.
For all the Vala related modules see README.Vala.rst:
- ParseArguments.cmake
- ValaPrecompile.cmake
- ValaVersion.cmake
- FindVala.cmake
==========
Vala CMake
==========
:Author:
Jakob Westhoff
:Version:
Draft
Overview
========
Vala CMake is a collection of macros for the CMake_ build system to allow the
creation and management of projects developed using the Vala_ programming
language or its "Genie" flavor (less tested).
Installation
============
To use the Vala macros in your own project you need to copy the macro files to
an arbitrary folder in your projects directory and reference them in your
``CMakeLists.txt`` file.
Assuming the macros are stored under ``cmake/vala`` in your projects folder you
need to add the following information to your base ``CMakeLists.txt``::
list(APPEND CMAKE_MODULE_PATH
${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/vala
)
After the new module path as been added you can simply include the provided
modules or use the provided find routines.
Finding Vala
============
The find module for vala works like any other Find module in CMake.
You can use it by simply calling the usual ``find_package`` function. Default
parameters like ``REQUIRED`` and ``QUIETLY`` are supported.
::
find_package(Vala REQUIRED)
After a successful call to the find_package function the following variables
will be set:
VALA_FOUND
Whether the vala compiler has been found or not
VALA_EXECUTABLE
Full path to the valac executable if it has been found
VALA_VERSION
Version number of the available valac
Precompiling Vala sources
=========================
CMake is mainly supposed to handle c or c++ based projects. Luckily every vala
program is translated into plain c code using the vala compiler, followed by
normal compilation of the generated c program using gcc.
The macro ``vala_precompile`` uses that fact to create c files from your .vala
sources for further CMake processing.
The first parameter provided is a variable, which will be filled with a list of
c files outputted by the vala compiler. This list can than be used in
conjunction with functions like ``add_executable`` or others to create the
necessary compile rules with CMake.
The initial variable is followed by a list of .vala files to be compiled.
Please take care to add every vala file belonging to the currently compiled
project or library as Vala will otherwise not be able to resolve all
dependencies.
The following sections may be specified afterwards to provide certain options
to the vala compiler:
PACKAGES
A list of vala packages/libraries to be used during the compile cycle. The
package names are exactly the same, as they would be passed to the valac
"--pkg=" option.
OPTIONS
A list of optional options to be passed to the valac executable. This can be
used to pass "--thread" for example to enable multi-threading support.
DIRECTORY
Specify the directory where the output source files will be stored. If
ommitted, the source files will be stored in CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR.
CUSTOM_VAPIS
A list of custom vapi files to be included for compilation. This can be
useful to include freshly created vala libraries without having to install
them in the system.
GENERATE_VAPI
Pass all the needed flags to the compiler to create an internal vapi for
the compiled library. The provided name will be used for this and a
<provided_name>.vapi file will be created.
GENERATE_HEADER
Let the compiler generate a header file for the compiled code. There will
be a header file as well as an internal header file being generated called
<provided_name>.h and <provided_name>_internal.h
The following call is a simple example to the vala_precompile macro showing an
example to every of the optional sections::
vala_precompile(VALA_C
source1.vala
source2.vala
source3.vala
PACKAGES
gtk+-2.0
gio-1.0
posix
OPTIONS
--thread
CUSTOM_VAPIS
some_vapi.vapi
GENERATE_VAPI
myvapi
GENERATE_HEADER
myheader
)
Most important is the variable VALA_C which will contain all the generated c
file names after the call. The easiest way to use this information is to tell
CMake to create an executable out of it.
::
add_executable(myexecutable ${VALA_C})
Further reading
===============
The `Pdf Presenter Console`__ , which is a vala based project of mine, makes
heavy usage of the here described macros. To look at a real world example of
these macros the mentioned project is the right place to take a look. The svn
trunk of it can be found at::
svn://pureenergy.cc/pdf_presenter_console/trunk
__ http://westhoffswelt.de/projects/pdf_presenter_console.html
Acknowledgments
===============
Thanks go out to Florian Sowade, a fellow local PHP-Usergroupie, who helped me
a lot with the initial version of this macros and always answered my mostly
dumb CMake questions.
.. _CMake: http://cmake.org
.. _Vala: http://live.gnome.org/Vala
.. _Genie: http://live.gnome.org/Genie
..
Local Variables: