Framework for writing simple makefiles for complex tasks

The goals of the kBuild framework: - Similar behavior across all
supported platforms
- Flexibility, don't create unnecessary restrictions preventing
ad-hoc solutions
- Makefiles can be simple to write and maintain
- One configuration file for a subtree automatically included
- Target configuration templates as the primary mechanism for
makefile simplification
- Tools and SDKs for helping out the templates with flexibility
- Non-recursive makefile method by using sub-makefiles

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aarch64.patch 0000002614 2.55 KB about 2 years
glob-interface.patch 0000000618 618 Bytes almost 2 years
glob-lstat.patch 0000002096 2.05 KB almost 2 years
kbuild-0.1.9998svn3110.tar.bz2 0033183482 31.6 MB about 2 years
kbuild-armv7l.diff 0000000455 455 Bytes about 2 years
kbuild-dummy_noreturn.diff 0000000751 751 Bytes almost 6 years
kbuild-gcc7.patch 0000000000 0 Bytes about 2 years
kbuild-glob.patch 0000000571 571 Bytes about 2 years
kbuild-man.diff 0000000573 573 Bytes over 11 years
kbuild-pthread.diff 0000000534 534 Bytes about 2 years
kbuild-timestamps.diff 0000001681 1.64 KB over 4 years
kbuild-wrong-memset.patch 0000000553 553 Bytes about 2 years
kbuild.changes 0000009166 8.95 KB 10 months
kbuild.spec 0000003358 3.28 KB 10 months
ppc64le.patch 0000004258 4.16 KB about 2 years
use-alloca.patch 0000004573 4.47 KB almost 2 years
Comments for kbuild 1

Larry Finger's avatar

lwfinger wrote about 2 years ago

I am trying to build VirtualBox 5.2.0, but Oracle reports that it needs a "newer" version. According to http://svn.netlabs.org/repos/kbuild/trunk, the latest is Revision 3109. Any plans to make this update?

I have no real interest is pushing VB 5.2.0, but I would like to be able to build and test 5.2.2, which is likely to be out fairly soon.

Larry