ANNOUNCE: experimental support for building kdelibs 4 with cmake
Ch.Ehrlicher at gmx.de
Mon Jan 16 19:22:42 GMT 2006
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Alexander Neundorf schrieb:
> On Monday 16 January 2006 19:20, you wrote:
>>I can't compile cmake cvs on win32.
>>CMake Error: CMAKE can not find the command line program cmake.
>> argv = "cmake"
>> Attempted paths:
>> "c:/Hoffman/My Builds/CMakeRelease-relbuild/bin/./cmake.exe"
>> "C:/Program Files/CMake/bin/cmake"
>>CMake Error: Error executing cmake::LoadCache(). Aborting.
> Iit should work, it's tested daily on a lot of platforms:
> But apparently it doesn't for you.
I don't understand what's meant with 'CMAKE can not find the command
line program' - I called cmake.exe and it's in the path. But the three
paths above aren't available on my system.
> I guess you followed these instructions:
> In order to build CMake from a source tree, you must first install the latest
> binary version of CMake because it is used for building the source tree. Once
> the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project.
> Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then
> selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables."
Yes, after a second call to 'cmake .' the vcproj files were generated
without any warnings !? Currently compiling new cmake.exe, but I get a
lot of warnings because cmake 2.2 don't suppress ugly msvc2005 'use of
deprecated function' warnings
> Did you try also using CMakeSetup from the start menu ?
There is no such entry, and yes I tried CMakeSetup.exe but failed
because cl.exe isn't in my PATH - I call vcvars32.bat to set the correct
values (via Visual Studio command prompt)
>>Copying cmake.exe into E:\kde\CMake:
>><a lot of checks>
>>CMake Error: File E:/kde/CMake/CMakeFiles/CMakeTmp/testCCompiler.c is
>> WRITE_FILE (or FILE WRITE) command and should not be used as input to
>>ease use CONFIGURE_FILE to be safe. Refer to the note next to FILE WRITE
>>No Makefile or .vcproj is been generated.
>>btw: We need a 'posix' layer (aka kdewin32.lib) with own system headers
>>- is this possible somehow.
> I don't know exactly what you mean with "own system headers", but I don't see
> a reason why it shouldn't work.
See KDE/kdelibs/win :-)
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