- Get Cygwin and make sure ssh.exe and rsync.exe are installed with it.
- I created a make.exe file out of the following (which I put in C:\WINDOWS):
main(int argc, char * argv)
char str = "make.bat";
int i = 0;
for (i = 1; i < tmp =" argv[i];">
- I created a make.bat out of the following (which I put in C:\WINDOWS):
chdir C:\Documents and Settings\g...ROOT OF PROJECT HERE
C:\cygwin\bin\rsync.exe -rave C:\cygwin\bin\ssh.exe . email@example.com:~/remoteBuild
C:\cygwin\bin\ssh.exe firstname.lastname@example.org python remoteBuild.py """%CURDIR% --- %*"""
- On the remote machine, I created a remoteBuild.py with the following (left in my homedir). This code is highly customized, so you will probably need to modify it. What it basically does is it converts C:\.... to a linux style path.
args = sys.argv
argsFromWindows = args
print "received: " + argsFromWindows
path, buildArgs = argsFromWindows.split("---")
relPath = path.split("CUST").replace("\\","/").strip("/")
print "relPath: " + relPath
print "buildArgs: " + buildArgs
curDir = os.popen('cd remoteBuild/%s; make %s' % (relPath, buildArgs))
if __name__ == "__main__":
- Now I can use eclipse's build button. It creates the makefiles locally on the machine, rsync's them over, builds them, and then spits back any errors/warnings to me.