I think scripting tool like CMake is too complex for the most C++ project, so I create a project called: Cdog.
Here is link cdog.
I would like to know does it useful?
How to use:
- create a project dir.
mkdir hello && cd hello
- create a sub dir
- create a config file called
cdog.toml& type following message into it
[project] src = "src" # source bin = "build" # output dir
- At dir
src will become include dir. So you can
#include "add.h" if you have a
add.h under your source dir. If you have
add.cc under the same path, Cdog will try to compile it & add the objectfile into final binary.
Compile result will appear at option bin's setting.