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NAME

       progen - generate and manage project files for embedded development tools

SYNOPSIS

       progen [GLOBAL_ARGUMENT] COMMAND [ARGUMENTS]

DESCRIPTION

       progen  allows  you  to  define  an  embedded  project  in  text (YAML) files and generate
       IDE-specific project files based on the rules defined in these records.

GLOBAL ARGUMENTS

       progen supports the following global arguments for all commands listed below:

       -v     enable verbose mode, which increases progress information

       -vvv   enable debug mode

COMMANDS

   init
              progen init -p PROJECT -tar TARGET_NAME [-dir SCAN_DIR] -o OUTPUT_DIR

       Add progen support to a project

       If you want progen support for a project, this is  the  command  to  use.   It  scans  the
       repository for files and creates 2 YAML files:

       1) the main project file (projects.yaml), and

       2) a project YAML file

       In  the  project  YAML  file,  there  are  all  sources/includes and other project-related
       settings which progen finds in the repository.  This creates a valid progen  project  file
       if  a  folder  contains  one  valid project.  In the case there are many, this command can
       serve at least as guidance - edit and move the YAML file accordingly to a folder structure
       to split projects.

       Arguments

       -p     project name

       -tar   target name for the project

       -dir   directory to scan (default: none; scan all in directory progen was executed in)

       -o     directory for generated files

   generate
              progen generate -f FILE [-p PROJECT] [-t TOOL] [-b] [-c]

       Export defined projects

       Arguments

       -f FILE
              path to projects.yaml file

       -p PROJECT
              name of the project to generate.  If not specified, all projects within projects in
              projects.yaml are exported

       -t TOOL
              tool name (uvision, iar, etc).  If not specified,  tools  are  checked  in  records
              (tool_supported).

       -b     build the exported project (note: not every tool supports building a project)

       -c     copy all files defined for a project to exported directory

   build
              progen build -f FILE [-p PROJECT] [-c]

       Export a project, then build it.  Note that not all tools support building.

       Arguments

       -f FILE
              path to projects.yaml file

       -p PROJECT
              name  of  the  project  to build (if not specified, all projects within projects in
              projects.yaml are built)

       -c     copy sources (as it exports first, this is used for exporting prior to building)

   list
              progen list targets

              progen list tools

              progen list -f FILE project

       List targets, tools or projects

       Arguments

       targets
              list all supported targets

       tools  list all supported tools

       projects
              list all projects the repository supports (requires -f argument specified)

       -f FILE
              path to projects.yaml

   clean
              progen clean -f FILE -p PROJECT [-t TOOL]

       Remove progen files/folders

       This command removes progen-related files/folders.  If progen generates  data  to  various
       folders  (for  example, a per-project directory somewhere), this command will remove those
       folders.

       Arguments

       -f FILE
              path to projects.yaml file

       -p PROJECT
              the project name which should be cleaned (removed)

       -t TOOL
              the tool name (if not specified, tools are taken from tools_supported)

TOOLS

       progen supports generating projects for the following tools:

       · uVision4 and uVision5

       · IAR

       · Makefile (GCC ARM)

       · Makefile (ARMCC)

       · Cmake (GCC ARM)

       · CoIDE (GCC ARM)

       · Eclipse (Makefile with GCC ARM)

       · Sublime (Makefile with GCC ARM)

       · Visual studio (Makefile with GCC ARM)

EXAMPLES

       To generate a uvision project file for the k20d50m_blinky target:

              progen generate -f projects.yaml -p k20d50m_blinky -t uvision

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2014-15 Martin Kojtal

AUTHOR

       This manual page is based on the progen documentation.  It was  created  by  Nick  Morrott
       <knowledgejunkie@gmail.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be used by others

SEE ALSO

       valinor(1), progendef(1)

       Getting                                   Started                                   Guide:
       https://github.com/project-generator/project_generator/wiki/Getting_started

       Project                                Generator                                 examples:
       https://github.com/project-generator/project_generator_mbed_examples