* Add flake8 configuration .flake8: Add flake8 configuration that limits the line length to 120 chars and outputs to flake8.txt * Add flake8.txt to gitignore .gitignore: Add flake8.txt (flake8 output file) to ignore. * Syntax fixes and cleanup for top-level wscript wscript: Fix syntax of wscript according to pep8 (but do not break long lines). Remove unused imports and move all module level imports to the top of the file. Fix broken build target of IIO driver (source argument to `create_driver_obj()` supplied an uninitialized variable). Break lines at 120 chars. * Fix common/wscript syntax common/wscript: Fix syntax problems, unneeded imports and break lines at 120 chars. * Fix compat/alloca/wscript syntax compat/alloca/wscript: Fix compat/alloca/wscript syntax * Fix compat/wscript syntax compat/wscript: Fix compat/wscript syntax * Fix dbus/wscript syntax dbus/wscript: Fix syntax and break lintes at 120 chars. * Fix example-clients/wscript syntax example-clients/wscript: Fix syntax and remove commented code. * Fix tests/wscript syntax tests/wscript: Fix syntax and commented code. * Fix tools/wscript syntax tools/wscript: Fix tools/wscript syntax. * Add github workflow for linting wscripts .github/workflows/lint.yml: Add github workflow for linting wscripts using findutils and flake8. * Fix project version extraction in CI .github/workflows/build.yml: Adapt the project version extraction in CI to the syntax changes in the top-level wscript.
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This directory contains waf modules that aid compatibility across different operating systems. Here a module is a pluggable and reusable piece of code for the waf build system along with necessary replacements.
To create a new compatibility module simply create a new subdirectory
wscript file and any necessary replacement files. The
wscript must define the
To use the modules you need to call
recurse in your
build commands. For example
def options(opt): # Do stuff... opt.recurse('compat') # Do other stuff... def configure(conf): # Do stuff... conf.recurse('compat') # Do other stuff... def build(bld): # Do stuff... bld.recurse('compat') # Do other stuff...
assuming this directory is called
compat. After doing this you need to
take any necessary actions described in the modules you want to use.
The code in this directory is intended to be generic and reusable. When writing new modules, please keep this in mind. Whenever necessary it should be possible to make this directory a git submodule and all the subdirectories other submodules, to aid reuse.
If you would like to use these modules in another project, please file an issue so that we can join forces and maintain the compatabilitiy modules in a separate repository.