CMake KDE release

Christian Ehrlicher Ch.Ehrlicher at
Sun Jan 29 08:58:58 GMT 2006

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William A. Hoffman schrieb:
> Although the cmakelist files for kdelibs do not currently support windows builds,
> if anyone is interested in trying, I have created a snap shot build of cmake
> for windows.   Although you can build CMake from source on windows, it
> does require MFC, and a non-free compiler to get the GUI to build.
> So, I have created an interim release of cmake from current CVS.
> I have created a UNIX source distribution and a windows binary:
> They can be downloaded from here:
> Once things settle a bit, in the next few weeks I plan to move all
> the changes made to CMake to support kde into the 2.2.4 release.
> If you use CVS, I recommend you check the CMake dashboard first.
Still the same problems when executing from command line:

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E:\kde\kde_cmake_build>cmake ..\kdelibs -G "NMake Makefiles"
CMake Error: CMAKE can not find the command line program cmake.
  argv[0] = "cmake"
  Attempted paths:
    "C:/Hoffman/My Builds/CMakeVSNMake71Dev/bin/./cmake.exe"
    "C:/Program Files/CMake/bin/cmake"

CMake Error: Error executing cmake::LoadCache().  Aborting.
- ------------------------8<--------------

CMakeSetup.exe works now (when you've mfc71D.dll) but fails with an
error that FindKDE4.cmake doesn't support win32. I can't add support for
win32 there because I can't simply check for the system
(IF(${CMAKE_SYSTEM_NAME} STREQUAL "Windows")) - we've gcc and msvc (and
borland) here ...


btw: I can compile kdelibs (without khtml) with SCons - so I currently
so no advance using cmake ...
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