inja/3.4.0

Inja is a template engine for modern C++, loosely inspired by jinja for python
Recipe info
2023-11-30

Available packages
Header Only

Install
Add the following line to your conanfile.txt:
[requires]
inja/3.4.0

Using inja

Note

If you are new with Conan, we recommend to read the section how to consume packages.

If you need additional assistance, please ask a question in the Conan Center Index repository.

Simplest use case consuming this recipe and assuming CMake as your local build tool:

[requires]
inja/3.4.0
[generators]
CMakeDeps
CMakeToolchain
[layout]
cmake_layout
from conan import ConanFile
from conan.tools.cmake import cmake_layout


class ExampleRecipe(ConanFile):
    settings = "os", "compiler", "build_type", "arch"
    generators = "CMakeDeps", "CMakeToolchain"

    def requirements(self):
        self.requires("inja/3.4.0")

    def layout(self):
        cmake_layout(self)

Now, you can run this Conan command to locally install (and build if necessary) this recipe and its dependencies (if any):

$ conan install conanfile.txt --build=missing

Useful information to take into account to consume this library:


These are the main declared targets:

  • CMake package name(s): inja
  • CMake target name(s): pantor::inja
  • libinja => pantor::inja
    
  • pkg-config file name(s): inja.pc
  • libinja => inja-libinja.pc
    

A simple use case using the CMake file name and the global target:

# ...
find_package(inja REQUIRED)
# ...
target_link_libraries(YOUR_TARGET pantor::inja)

These are all the available headers. Some of these ones might be non-public; make sure of it by visiting the inja homepage listed above:

#include "inja/config.hpp"
#include "inja/environment.hpp"
#include "inja/exceptions.hpp"
#include "inja/function_storage.hpp"
#include "inja/inja.hpp"
#include "inja/lexer.hpp"
#include "inja/node.hpp"
#include "inja/parser.hpp"
#include "inja/renderer.hpp"
#include "inja/statistics.hpp"
#include "inja/template.hpp"
#include "inja/token.hpp"
#include "inja/utils.hpp"