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"""Compile a QMK Firmware.
You can compile a keymap already in the repo or using a QMK Configurator export.
import subprocess
from argparse import FileType
from milc import cli
from qmk.commands import create_make_command
from qmk.commands import parse_configurator_json
from qmk.commands import compile_configurator_json
import qmk.keymap
import qmk.path
@cli.argument('filename', nargs='?', arg_only=True, type=FileType('r'), help='The configurator export to compile')
@cli.argument('-kb', '--keyboard', help='The keyboard to build a firmware for. Ignored when a configurator export is supplied.')
@cli.argument('-km', '--keymap', help='The keymap to build a firmware for. Ignored when a configurator export is supplied.')
@cli.subcommand('Compile a QMK Firmware.')
def compile(cli):
"""Compile a QMK Firmware.
If a Configurator export is supplied this command will create a new keymap, overwriting an existing keymap if one exists.
FIXME(skullydazed): add code to check and warn if the keymap already exists
If --keyboard and --keymap are provided this command will build a firmware based on that.
if cli.args.filename:
# Parse the configurator json
user_keymap = parse_configurator_json(cli.args.filename)
# Generate the keymap
keymap_path = qmk.path.keymap(user_keymap['keyboard'])'Creating {fg_cyan}%s{style_reset_all} keymap in {fg_cyan}%s', user_keymap['keymap'], keymap_path)
# Compile the keymap
command = compile_configurator_json(cli.args.filename)'Wrote keymap to {fg_cyan}%s/%s/keymap.c', keymap_path, user_keymap['keymap'])
elif cli.config.compile.keyboard and cli.config.compile.keymap:
# Generate the make command for a specific keyboard/keymap.
command = create_make_command(cli.config.compile.keyboard, cli.config.compile.keymap)
cli.log.error('You must supply a configurator export or both `--keyboard` and `--keymap`.')
return False'Compiling keymap with {fg_cyan}%s\n\n', ' '.join(command))