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Nintendo Switch homebrew project generator

Project description

Project generator for Nintendo Switch homebrews.

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Features

  • Generate a libnx (C++) project using nxstart libnx
  • Generate a libtransistor (C) project using nxstart libt
  • Generate a BrewJS (Javascript) project using nxstart brewjs
  • Generate a PyNX (Python) project using nxstart pynx

Installation

Install from PyPi using pip, a package manager for Python.

$ pip install nxstart

Don’t have pip installed? Try installing it, by running this from the command line:

$ curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py | python

Or, you can download the source code for nxstart and then run:

$ python setup.py install

You may need to run the above commands with sudo.

Generating a libnx (C++) project

Run nxstart libnx. It will ask for a project name, author name and if you are using CLion (IDE by Jetbrains). If you say yes to CLion, CMakeLists.txt will be included.

The following project structure will be generated:

project
│   .editorconfig
│   .gitignore
│   CMakeLists.txt  // Only if you use CLion
│   Makefile
│   icon.jpg
│   README.md
│
└───data
│
└───include
│
└───source
    │   main.cpp    // Your main application file

Generating a libtransistor (C) project

Run nxstart libt. It will ask for a project name, author name and if you are using CLion (IDE by Jetbrains). If you say yes to CLion, CMakeLists.txt will be included.

The following project structure will be generated:

project
│   .editorconfig
│   .gitignore
│   CMakeLists.txt  // Only if you use CLion
│   main.c
│   Makefile
│   icon.jpg
│   README.md
│

Generating a BrewJS (Javascript) project

Run nxstart brewjs. It will ask for a project name, author name. The following project structure will be generated:

project
│   .editorconfig
│   .gitignore
│   package.json
│   Source.js        // Your main application file
│   README.md
│
└───assets
│

Generating a PyNX (Python) project

Run nxstart pynx. It will ask for a project name, author name. The following project structure will be generated:

project
│   .editorconfig
│   .gitignore
│   main.py        // Your main application file
│   README.md
│

Skip prompts

To skip the prompts, provide the necessary flags. For example:

$ nxstart -n "My new project" -a "John Doe" libnx --clion

Or if you don’t use CLion:

$ nxstart -n "My new project" -a "John Doe" libnx --no-clion

Running tests

Tests can be run with the pytest command. If you are contributing code, make sure all tests are green before submitting a PR.

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