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lazbuild - The Lazarus project and package build program.


lazbuild [options] filename...


lazbuild builds a Lazarus project or package. It compiles projects (.lpi) and packages
(.lpk). It checks and automatically compiles required packages.


lazbuild is a command-line tool that builds Lazarus projects and packages. It checks
recursively all dependencies and compiles needed packages first. It uses the Free Pascal
compiler (fpc) to compile.


-h, --help
Displays a short help message.

-B, --build-all
build all files of project/package. Has the same effect as option -B of fpc(1).

-r, --recursive
apply build flags (-B) to dependencies too.

-d, --skip-dependencies
do not compile dependencies

Compile the IDE (i.e. the lazarus executable). The list of installation packages is
read from the config directory. The <options> can be empty.

-v, --version
show version and exit

--pcp=<path>, --primary-config-path=<path>
primary config directory, where Lazarus stores its config files. Default is

--scp=<path>, --secondary-config-path=<path>
secondary config directory, where Lazarus searches for config template files.
Default is /etc/lazarus

--os=<operating-system>, --operating-system=<operating-system>
override the project operating system. e.g. win32 or linux.

--ws=<widgetset>, --widgetset=<widgetset>
override the project widgetset. e.g. gtk, gtk2, qt, win32 or carbon.

override the project cpu. e.g. i386, x86_64, powerpc, powerpc_64 etc.

--build-mode=<project build mode>, --bm=<project build mode>
override the project build mode.

override the default compiler. e.g. ppc386, ppcx64, ppcppc etc.

Override language. For example --language=de. For possible values see files in the
lazarus languages directory.

.lpi and .lpk files

The .lpi and .lpk files are best created and edited with the Lazarus IDE. The files are
in xml. There is no reason to edit them manually, except for very rare cases like renaming
hundreds of files.

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