ahartmetz at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 01:33:48 CEST 2007
2007/10/5, Brad King <brad.king at kitware.com>:
> Andreas Hartmetz wrote:
> > 2007/10/5, Brad King <brad.king at kitware.com>:
> >> Repeat installations are now lightning fast.
> > Sweeeet!
> > Do you have any release plans? I'm happy already with CVS HEAD, though.
> There are some major changes in CMake HEAD since the 2.4.x branch was
> created. We have not yet scheduled 2.6.
> The changes for this bug could probably be ported to 2.4 but I do not
> know if there will be another release of that branch before 2.6 anyway.
> > Somebody mentioned that it would also be nice if one could suppress
> > the "Up-to-date: <file>" lines. It's a one liner to hardcode. I don't
> > care much about it myself, but for now I'm running a CMake that
> > doesn't show the up-to-date lines.
> > The idea is that you can see at a glance if the file you wanted to
> > have reinstalled has actually been reinstalled. Not that this had ever
> > failed for me :)
> > Thank you, and please consider this suggestion. I can make a patch if
> > you want. Your command-line system probably is manageable for me, and
> > the actual suppression of output is a piece of cake.
> This was requested here:
> I'm not yet sure what interface should be provided to configure the
> verbosity level. Please post suggestions in the bug report if you have
Sorry, I just realized how stupid my original idea was. CMake is not
make. I have no better idea ATM.
More information about the Kde-buildsystem