Code is available under Apache 2.0 license, see LICENSE.txt in source.
#r "IntelliFactory.Build.dll" open IntelliFactory.Build let b = BuildTool().PackageId("MyPackage", "0.1") b.Solution [ b.FSharp.Library("A") .Modules(["M1", "M2", "M3"]) .References(fun rt -> [ rt.Assembly("System.Xml") rt.NuGet("DotNetZip").Reference() ]) ] |> b.Dispatch
With this in place,
fsi --exec build.fsx and
fsi --exec build.fsx
--clean will build or clean a library consisting of
A/M3.fs, targeting .NET Framework 4.5.
Contributions are welcome. The library is designed to be easily
Parameters.fsi), so if some rules are too
hard-wired for your use case, feel free to make them parametric and
send a pull request on either GitHub or Bitbucket.
Current development focus is on providing ease of use, ability to run in partial trust, and Mono support. Previously NuGet-released version 0.1 supported more features - these are to be re-introduced, currently they conflict with the partial trust requirement.
build.cmd in the root directory of the checkout.
On Mono, invoke
bash build.sh. You might need to configure
FSharpHome environment variables.
Tested on Mono 3.0.8, Arch Linux.
This software is being developed by IntelliFactory. Please feel free to contact us.