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Ninja​Build

by JohanBaltie ST2/ST3

Ninja build system for Sublime Text

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Ninja

Build with ninja under Sublime text.

What it provides

ninja build system allows to choose and build a given ninja target.

Startup configuration

To activate it, select the ninja build system, you need a Sublime project that you will configure to have:

"ninja":
{
    # A mandatory path to the directory where you can launch ninja
    "working_dir": "path/to/projects/"
}

After that your just have to press the build shortcut (CTRL-B or F7).

Additional configuration

Here a more complete example of configuration:

"ninja":
{
    # Optional path to the ninja executable
    "executable_name": "path/to/ninja",

    # Command used to list the target
    "listing_command": [ "executable", "option" ],

    # Regexp to match error (see build system documentation)
    # Here is the default:
    "file_regex": "^(..[^:]*):([0-9]+):?([0-9]+)?:? (.*)$"

    # And still the mandatory path
    "working_dir": "path/to/projects/"
}