Introduction to jom

jom is a clone of nmake to support the execution of multiple independent commands in parallel.
It basically adds the -j command line switch similar to GNU make.
The original blog post can still be found here [blog.qt.digia.com].

Download the binary package

A ZIP file, containing the latest stable build, can be downloaded from the Qt Project servers:

Reporting Bugs

Please report any bugs in our bug tracker [bugreports.qt-project.org].
Report it against the Qt Creator project, component ‘jom’.

Getting the Source

The source code repository is hosted at qt-project.org [qt-project.org] and mirrored on gitorious [qt.gitorious.org].

  1. git clone git://gitorious.org/qt-labs/jom.git

Building is usually done by simply invoking

  1. qmake -r
  2. nmake

in the source directory.

Further build instructions can be found in the file README [qt.gitorious.org].

Contributions

If you want to contribute code, you can do so by using your Qt Project gerrit account.

  1. git clone git://gitorious.org/qt-labs/jom.git
  2. git remote add gerrit <gerrit-username>@codereview.qt-project.org:qt-labs/jom
  3. ... hack hack hack ...
  4. git push gerrit HEAD:refs/for/master

Happy Hacking!

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