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       cbp2make - code::blocks Makefile generation tool


       cbp2make  -in  <project_file>  [-cfg <configuration>] [-out <makefile>] [-unix] [-windows]
       [-mac]   [--all-os]    [-targets    "<target1>[,<target2>[,    ...]]"]    [--flat-objects]
       [--flat-objpath]    [--wrap-objects]    [--wrap-options]   [--with-deps]   [--keep-objdir]
       [--keep-outdir]   [--target-case   keep|lower|upper]   [--macros-case    keep|lower|upper]
       [--quote-path auto|never|always]

       cbp2make  -list  -in  <project_file_list> [-cfg <configuration>] [-unix] [-windows] [-mac]
       [--all-os] [-targets "<target1>[,<target2>[,  ...]]"]   [--flat-objects]  [--flat-objpath]
       [--wrap-objects]    [--wrap-options]    [--with-deps]    [--keep-objdir]   [--keep-outdir]
       [--target-case   keep|lower|upper]    [--macros-case    keep|lower|upper]    [--quote-path


       cbp2make  is a stand-alone build tool that allows you to generate makefile(s) for GNU Make
       out of Code::Blocks IDE project or workspace file.


       -in <project_file>
              specifies an input file or a list of files;

       -cfg <configuration>
              specifies a configuration file, see also --local and --global options;

       -out <makefile>
              specifies the name of a makefile or a list of makefiles;

       -unix  enables Unix / Linux compatible makefile generation;

              enables Windows compatible makefile generation;

       -mac   enables Macintosh compatible makefile generation;

              enables all target platforms at once;

       -targets "<target1>[,<target2>[, ...]]"
              specifies the only build targets that a makefile will be made for;

              forces "flat" names for object files with limited character set;

              forces "flat" paths for object files with no subdirectories;

              allows to use multiline lists of objects which makes a makefile easier to read;

              allows to use multiline macros;

              allows a built-in dependency scanner for C/C++ projects;

              disables command that erase directories for object files in 'clean' target;

              disables command that erase directory for an output binary file in 'clean' target;

       --target-case [keep|lower|upper]
              specifies style for makefile targets;

   Common options:
              use configuration from current directory

              use configuration from home directory

              show project information

              hide all messages

       --help display this message

              display version information


       Some installation- or project-specific options, primarily toolchain settings, can be saved
       to  a  configuration file. By default (since rev.110), cbp2make does not save any settings
       to a configuration file unless the  user  explicitly  specifies  the  --config  option.  A
       configuration file can be either global (stored in user profile / home directory) or local
       (stored in current directory).

       Please, keep in mind that since  cbp2make  is  in  early  stage  of  development,  an  old
       configuration  file  may become incompatible with new tool version and it may be necessary
       to update it manually or initialize a new one.

       When cbp2make is invoked, first it tries to load a local configuration file.  If  a  local
       configuration  is  missing,  next attempt will be to load a global one. If this attempt is
       not successful either, the default built-in configuration is  used.  Configuration  lookup
       order  can  be overridden with --local or --global command line options. If one of options
       is supplied to cbp2make,  non-specified  configuration  is  not  picked  up  even  if  the
       specified one is missing and non-specified do exists.

   Manage toolchains
       cbp2make --config toolchain --add [-unix|-windows|-mac] -chain <toolchain>

       cbp2make --config toolchain --remove [-unix|-windows|-mac] -chain <toolchain>

   Manage build tools
       cbp2make  --config  tool --add [-unix|-windows|-mac] -chain <toolchain> -tool <tool> -type
       <type> <tool options>

       cbp2make --config tool --remove [-unix|-windows|-mac] -chain <toolchain> -tool <tool>

   Manage platforms
       cbp2make  --config  platform   [-unix|-windows|-mac]   [-pwd   <print_dir_command>]   [-cd
       <change_dir_command>]   [-rm   <remove_file_command>]  [-rmf  <remove_file_forced>]  [-rmd
       <remove_dir_command>]   [-cp   <copy_file_command>]   [-mv    <move_file_command>]    [-md
       <make_dir_command>] [-mdf <make_dir_forced>] [-make <default_make_tool>]

   Manage global compiler variables
       cbp2make  --config variable --add [-set <set_name>] -name <var_name> [-desc <description>]
       [-field <field_name>] -value <var_value>

       cbp2make  --config  variable  --remove  [-set  <set_name>]  [-name   <var_name>]   [-field

   Manage options
       cbp2make --config options --default-options "<options>"

       cbp2make --config show

   Tool types:
       pp     preprocessor

       as     assembler

       cc     compiler

       rc     resource compiler

       sl     static linker

       dl     dynamic linker

       el     executable linker

       nl     native linker

   Tool options (common):
       -desc <description>

       -program <executable>

       -command <command_template>

       -mkv <make_variable>

       -srcext <source_extensions>

       -outext <output_extension>

       -quotepath <yes|no>

       -fullpath <yes|no>

       -unixpath <yes|no>

   Tool options (compiler):
       -incsw <include_switch>

       -defsw <define_switch>

       -deps <yes|no>

   Tool options (linker):
       -ldsw <library_dir_switch>

       -llsw <link_library_switch>

       -lpfx <library_prefix>

       -lext <library_extension>

       -objext <object_extension>

       -lflat <yes|no>


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