Soup

Soup is a build system that guarantees incremental build correctness and aims to simplify many aspects of developing shared code while maintaining best in class performance. (by SoupBuild)

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Soup reviews and mentions

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  • C++20 Modules
    3 projects | /r/cpp | 1 May 2023
    Interesting to see how it works in CMake. I have been working for a long time on a build system that (originally) was my best shot at a "Build system for modules". Would be curious of your thoughts: Soup Build
  • Does anyone have trouble writing C++ 20/23 modules definition?
    3 projects | /r/cpp | 6 Jan 2023
    Been using modules extensively for the past 2 years to write my build system (which itself is focused on using modules). Writing modules themselves has been really easy, as long as the compilers doesnt hit any issues. Working within MSVC has become a lot better in the last 6 months to the point where I rarely see issues anymore. Every time I try to switch to Clang or GCC it seems to fail on the most simple examples, but I hear GCC has made some improvements lately.
  • YAMBS: Yet Another Meta Build System for C++ (written in Rust).
    2 projects | /r/cpp | 19 Dec 2022
    It is a tool I threw together to help debug my build system internals. It is WinUI, so windows only for now, but I hope to migrate it to MAUI so it can run cross platform.
  • A build-system for make C++ projects with modules!
    3 projects | /r/cpp | 11 Dec 2022
    Great to see more people interested in this area! Just finished reading the readme and I am really curious how you are finding the Clang modules support. Last time I tried to use it it was still heavily mixed up with Clang Modules and not that great with modules-ts. I have written my own very similar project and landed on MSVC as my primary compiler since it has the best Modules support I have found. I will hopefully find some time tonight to play around with the project more, but here are some quick thoughts.
  • P2656: C++ Ecosystem International Standard
    2 projects | /r/cpp | 18 Oct 2022
    I am hoping the release the Beta soon: https://github.com/SoupBuild/Soup
  • About C++ Dependency Management
    6 projects | /r/cpp | 23 May 2022
    Great writeup. I have been thinking about the problem of dependency management within C++ for a while now. I believe that without adoption of a build system that was designed to handle dependency resolution natively with modules, we will always require fragile manual integration steps. If you are interested, I wrote a blog post on what I believe it will take to create such a build system and am actively working on an implementation.
  • On which hobby or side projects are you working on?
    10 projects | /r/cpp | 23 Nov 2021
    A build system aimed at collaboration across teams, languages and platforms. Started out as a basic attempt to take advantage of C++20 Modules, but grew from there: https://github.com/SoupBuild/Soup
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SoupBuild/Soup is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of Soup is C++.


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