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1#!/usr/bin/perl -w
2######################################################################
3# Generate buildsystem files
4#
5# This script generate buildsystem files based on the output of a
6# GNU Make --dry-run, enabling Windows users to develop Git with their
7# trusted IDE with native projects.
8#
9# Note:
10# It is not meant as *the* way of building Git with MSVC, but merely a
11# convenience. The correct way of building Git with MSVC is to use the
12# GNU Make tool to build with the maintained Makefile in the root of
13# the project. If you have the msysgit environment installed and
14# available in your current console, together with the Visual Studio
15# environment you wish to build for, all you have to do is run the
16# command:
17# make MSVC=1
18#
19# Copyright (C) 2009 Marius Storm-Olsen <mstormo@gmail.com>
20######################################################################
21use strict;
22use File::Basename;
23use Cwd;
24
25my $git_dir = getcwd();
26$git_dir =~ s=\\=/=g;
27$git_dir = dirname($git_dir) while (!-e "$git_dir/git.c" && "$git_dir" ne "");
28die "Couldn't find Git repo" if ("$git_dir" eq "");
29exec join(" ", ("PERL5LIB=${git_dir}/contrib/buildsystems ${git_dir}/contrib/buildsystems/engine.pl", @ARGV));