|author||Ryan Gonzalez <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Aug 22 16:16:04 2019 -0500|
|committer||Commit Bot <email@example.com>||Thu Aug 22 22:05:56 2019 +0000|
gen.py: Allow linking libstdc++ dynamically Many distros don't ship static libraries of libstdc++ by default. Therefore, it can make bootstrapping a bit more difficult, especially for packaging apps that use GN. Change-Id: Ie38cf97fe7454065becabe1789ea384efc3bf93f Reviewed-on: https://gn-review.googlesource.com/c/gn/+/5900 Reviewed-by: Scott Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org> Commit-Queue: Scott Graham <email@example.com>
Alternatively, you can build GN from source:
git clone https://gn.googlesource.com/gn cd gn python build/gen.py ninja -C out # To run tests: out/gn_unittests
On Windows, it is expected that
lib.exe can be found in
PATH, so you'll want to run from a Visual Studio command prompt, or similar.
On Linux and Mac, the default compiler is
clang++, a recent version is expected to be found in
PATH. This can be overridden by setting
There is a simple example in examples/simple_build directory that is a good place to get started with the minimal configuration.
For a maximal configuration see the Chromium setup:
and the Fuchsia setup:
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Register at https://gn-review.googlesource.com. ... edit code ... ninja -C out && out/gn_unittests
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git commit git cl upload --gerrit
When revising a change, use:
git commit --amend git cl upload --gerrit
which will add the new changes to the existing code review, rather than creating a new one.
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