|tagger||Jussi Pakkanen <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Jun 19 19:55:01 2022|
|author||Jussi Pakkanen <email@example.com>||Sun Jun 19 19:20:53 2022|
|committer||Jussi Pakkanen <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Jun 19 19:20:53 2022|
Update version numbers for rc1.
Meson is available on PyPi, so it can be installed with
pip3 install meson. The exact command to type to install with
pip can vary between systems, be sure to use the Python 3 version of
If you wish you can install it locally with the standard Python command:
python3 -m pip install meson
python3 -m pip install ninja
More on Installing Meson build can be found at the getting meson page.
Meson can be run as a Python zip app. To generate the executable run the following command:
./packaging/create_zipapp.py --outfile meson.pyz --interpreter '/usr/bin/env python3' <source checkout>
Meson requires that you have a source directory and a build directory and that these two are different. In your source root must exist a file called
meson.build. To generate the build system run this command:
meson setup <source directory> <build directory>
Depending on how you obtained Meson the command might also be called
meson.py instead of plain
meson. In the rest of this document we are going to use the latter form.
You can omit either of the two directories, and Meson will substitute the current directory and autodetect what you mean. This allows you to do things like this:
cd <source root> meson setup builddir
To compile, cd into your build directory and type
ninja. To run unit tests, type
More on running Meson build system commands can be found at the running meson page or by typing
We love code contributions. See the contribution page on the website for details.
More information about the Meson build system can be found at the project's home page.
Meson is a registered trademark of Jussi Pakkanen.