aimake is a mini building tool based on gnu make, it's easy to cross compile shared library or static library for ios, android, mingw, linux, darwin.
aimake is a mini building tool based on gnu make. it's easy to cross compile shared library or static library for: iOS - i386, armv7, armv7s, all code in a fat static library darwin android - arm5te, armv6-vfp, armv7a-vfpv3, armv7a-neon, mips, i686. specified by argument 'ANDABI' linux - i686, x86_64 windows - i686, x86_64, specified by argument 'MINGWABI'
it's green, you don't need to install it
requirements: (1) gnu make, aimake was based on gnu make (2) [optional] iOS sdk, it's required if you need to build your project for iOS (3) [optional] android ndk, it's required if you need to build your project for android (4) [optional] mingw-w64, it's required if you need to build your project for windows
how to use aimake? (1) copy 'aimakefile' to your project folder (2) modify variables in aimakfile for your compilation requirement (4) run 'aimake' (aimake is a soft link pointing to aimake.sh)
how to support more target platforms the sub-folder(iOS, android) means supported target platform, and the name of sub-folder is some as target platform's name. every sub-folder must contains the following files: init.mk -- initialize variables of compilation environment, e.g. CC, CXX, CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS build_executable.mk -- specify that compile the project into executable build_static_library.mk -- specify that compile the project into static library build_shared_library.mk -- specify that compile the project into shared library build_all.mk -- contains explicit rules and goals for gnu make
just enjoy it
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