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|description=Yet another project management frame-work
|maintainer=Jonathan Rockway

'''Note: there is another package also called eproject'''

The eproject package allows you to define project definitions in Emacs which then will get automatically associated when you open files.

== Configuration ==

(require 'eproject)
(require 'eproject-compile)

(define-project-type debian-package
(look-for "debian")
:common-compiles ("dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot"))

(define-project-type android-package
(look-for "AndroidManifest.xml")
:common-compiles ("ant compile"))

(define-project-type rockbox
(look-for "../rockbox.git/rbutil")
:common-compiles ("make" "make install" "make fullzip"))

(define-project-type chrome-extension
(look-for "manifest.json"))

Now when a file is opened that is in the tree for one of these definitions you will find it both in {{minor-mode|eproject}} and a buffer local variable {{Variable|eproject-root}} defined.

[[Category:Third Party Package]]


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