So I have a script I've written for my own use that does simple compilation jobs.
Through time, I've been adding functionalities to it, and then it occurred to me that I can publish it so others can benefit and improve it.
So I've added some sanity check and made it free (as in freedom) software on Github
Currently it has the following functions:
Arguments: -h | --help Show this help -f | --file FILE The file to compile, without the .cpp suffix -i | --input-file FILE Feed input to your program from FILE -c | --compare PATH Batch compare with data in PATH This option assumes that the input and output files are named name_id.in and name_id.out, where name is the argument to -f and id increases from 1 --sanitize Use G++ sanitize options --verbose Be more talkative --version Print version and copyright information.
Just execute the compile.sh file in the repo and that's it!
Please help me improve it and I hope that it can become more powerful through community efforts.
Note that currently some options are hardcoded, they do work for me but may not work for you:
- It defines macro with
-DLILYWHITEfor debug use.
- It compiles in C++14