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software MorphOS   software MorphOS : LibMaker 0.11
   posted by g_kraszewski on 20-Oct-2014 14:20:01 (1752 reads)
LibMaker is a tool for developers writing shared libraries. Library details and set of functions can be comfortably specified with GUI (screenshots). Extensive bubble help texts make it even easier. Defined library project may be saved for later reuse. After one click LibMaker generates a complete, ready to compile library skeleton with makefile, placeholders for autodocs and set of include files needed to use the library in applications. For now supported target systems are MorphOS and AmigaOS 3 (GCC 2.95.3 compiler), AmigaOS 4 support is on the way. Code generators are implemented as user modifable Lua scripts, new generators may be added without program recompilation. LibMaker supports incremental development, if library functions are generated to separate files, code generator does not overwrite existing ones. The program is open sourced, may be downloaded from MorphOS Files.
    

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Re: LibMaker 0.11
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Interesting idea. Never considered a GUI for generating library files for the programmer. Usually they expected to keep it all technical.

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great!
would be cool to load existents (not created with this tool) files to edit them :)


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@afxgroup: What would be the point? Note that LibMaker has no code editor, it is not an IDE. It generates a complete skeleton for you, with all the functions and methods being empty. Then you fill it with implementations using your usual editor.

@Hypex: It is still technical. It just does the boring part of the job.

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yes but could be useful to enum all functions present in the library and however you could also a small text edit on the right to see the code block of each function..


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@afxgroup: To load library code generated by any arbitrary tool, or written by hand, you need a complete C preprocessor, C language parser and also some higher layer logic using information gathered from them to identify library components. It is way beyond my plans and needs.


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@ g_kraszewski

Yeah I hate that boring part. And other things on tedious repeat.

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AmigaOS 4 libraries are fixed, LibMaker 1.0 will be released probably next week.


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