Create any kind of library.
molko_define_library( TARGET target name SOURCES src1, src2, srcn EXTERNAL (Optional) set to true for external libraries FOLDER (Optional) optional subfolder to organize TYPE (Optional) type of library ASSETS (Optional) list of assets LIBRARIES (Optional) libraries to link PRIVATE_FLAGS (Optional) C flags (without -D) PRIVATE_INCLUDES (Optional) local includes for the target only PUBLIC_FLAGS (Optional) C flags (without -D) PUBLIC_INCLUDES (Optional) includes to share with target dependencies )
Create a library and optionally install it.
The function create a new library named with the parameter TARGET, you should prefix it with "lib" as its the convention within molko (e.g. libfoo), the prefix is automatically removed.
The argument SOURCES should contains the C source files and HEADERS should points to a directory to be installed verbatim in the include directory.
Optional argument EXTERNAL should be set for targets that are not maintained here (e.g. third party libraries embedded).
Optional argument PRIVATE_FLAGS, PUBLIC_FLAGS, PRIVATE_INCLUDES, PUBLIC_INCLUDES, LIBRARIES may be passed to set compile flags, includes and libraries respectively.
The arguments ASSETS contains a list of assets to be converted during the
build. The file hierarchy is conserved in the
If FOLDER option is set, it is organized into its name under the IDE if supported.