OMake-mode is an emacs mode for compilation using OMake build system.
It is a quick reimplementation of compilation-mode but with some neat features for OCaml programming with omake -P, OMake's persistent mode:
- Auto jumps to OCaml errors.
- Sounds at build errors and successes using aplay.
- Easy to restart the build.
It is from my .emacs:
(require 'omake-mode) (setq omake-program-path "/usr/bin/omake") ; The path of omake (setq omake-program-arguments "-P -w -j 1 --verbose") ; Options (setq omake-error-highlight-background "#555500") (global-unset-key "\M-P") (global-unset-key "\M-N") (global-unset-key "\M-o") (global-unset-key "\C-co") (global-unset-key "\C-cO") (global-set-key "\M-P" 'omake-previous-error) (global-set-key "\M-N" 'omake-next-error) (global-set-key "\M-o" 'omake-round-visit-buffer) (global-set-key "\C-co" 'omake-run) (global-set-key "\C-cO" 'omake-rerun)
Some of the key combinations such as "\M-P" might not working in Gnome compliant terminals. In such a case, help yourself.
- Open or move to a buffer of the build dir.
- Then \C-co (omake-run)
It starts an OMake build and show the build log in a new OMake buffer. The new build becomes current session.
You can run more than one OMake build sessions.
Visiting OMake buffers
\M-o (omake-round-visit-buffer) round-visits existing OMake buffers and changes the current OMake session.
Visit OCaml errors of the current OMake session
\M-P (omake-previous-error) or \M-N (omake-next-error)
Stop the build
Kill the omake buffer showing the build log
Restart the current build
\C-cO (omake-rerun) kills the current OMake session and restarts it.
- Support of errors of other languages (C, C++, LaTeX, ...)