nodegen

Tool to generate nodejs module from haxe sources.
https://bitbucket.org/yar3333/haxe-nodegen

To install, run:

haxelib install nodegen 2.0.0 

See using Haxelib in Haxelib documentation for more information.

README.md

Tool to generate nodejs module from Haxe

Generate:

  • index.js - result of the compilation
  • index.d.ts - definitions file for using module from TypeScript
  • haxe externals - "extern" classes for using module from Haxe

Usage:

haxelib run nodegen [<options>] <package> <module> [ -- <haxe_compiler_options> ]

where <options> may be:

<package>         Source haxe package to expose.
<module>          Result node module name.
-js               Destination file name for JavaScript.
-hx               Destination directory for Haxe externals.
-ts               Destination file name for TypeScript definitions.
--raw-haxe-module Haxe module name to copy to Haxe externals as is. You can use this option several times.
--ignore-hxproj   Don't read haxe options from HaxeDevelop/FlashDevelop hxproj file.
				  Default is read *.hxproj from the current directory if exactly one exists.

nodegen read *.hxproj from the current directory and use classpaths and libraries from it. If you don't use HaxeDevelop/FlashDevelop - just specify -cp and -lib haxe compiler options in <haxe_compiler_options> agrument.

Example:

haxelib run nodegen wquery hxnodejs-wquery --raw-module wquery.Macro -- -lib hant -cp src
Contributors
yar3333
Version
2.0.0
Published
3 weeks ago
License
LGPL

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