cmake announcement ?
schumacher at kde.org
Wed Apr 5 21:13:04 BST 2006
On Wednesday 05 April 2006 21:58, David Faure wrote:
> On Wednesday 05 April 2006 21:47, Cornelius Schumacher wrote:
> > Related to that, when will we do the official switch? Maintaining two
> > kinds of Makefiles in parallel is a pain.
> We did the official switch for kdelibs and koffice already.
Ah, ok. Did I miss an announcement?
Is this only for trunk, but also for kdelibs4_snapshot?
> If you think
> kdepim is ready for cmake, simply copy kdelibs' Makefile.cvs over to
> kdepim, to disable unsermake compilation.
I haven't used cmake at all up to now, so I'm currently not able to judge, if
kdepim is ready.
> However it's usually a good idea to check that you didn't forget to install
> anything compared to the old build system, which is easier to do while both
> build systems can be used. On a fast machine, compile kdepim with both, and
> diff the installed output; this is what Laurent did in many modules, with
> the results in a file named cmake-missing-install-files.txt in the toplevel
> of the module; no such file in kdepim though.
> So IMHO disabling unsermake in any module is OK now, but is best done after
> checking that everything is getting installed, or least listing the things
> that are not installed yet and will need to be. This will surely include
> docs since that's not done yet.
Ok, that sounds reasonable. Thanks for the advice.
Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher at kde.org>
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