ok to add cmake support in kdelibs ?

Jarosław Staniek js at iidea.pl
Sat Jun 18 11:05:14 BST 2005

Alexander Neundorf said the following, On 2005-06-18 01:16:
> On Friday 17 June 2005 19:41, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
> ...
>>Do you want to make a fork because of different build system, o this is
>>just a temporary effort? If not, see above, perhaps having empty subdirs
>>with cmake files could be enough?
>>Hmm, what about assuming that in kdelibs (and probably in other places)
>>there will be only portable (between targets) build files[*], and not
>>specific for, say, Mac OS X?
> I just plan to add cmake files to kdelibs (either in trunk or in a branch), 
> with which it will (should) be possible to compile KDE on any platform. It's 
> just that some people might not like the additional files in trunk/.

How do you make sure trunk and the branch are synced? What do you think about 
having only cmake files in the branch (see collect_kdelibs_pro_files and 
update_kdelibs_pro_filesin kdelibs/win/tools/)?

> Which compiler do you actually use for your win32 port ?

msvc 7.1 (aka vs.net 2003)

regards / pozdrawiam,
  Jaroslaw Staniek / OpenOffice Polska / Kexi Team
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  KDElibs/Windows: http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=KDElibs+for+win32

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