[KDE/Mac] CMake to deploy package for Mac (Re: Developing KDE on Mac)
bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Sep 30 20:51:04 CEST 2010
On Wednesday 18 August 2010 17:30:51 Mike McQuaid wrote:
> Or just using the dependencies already calculated by CMake and the CMake
> scripts for getting compile-time prerequisites (GetPrerequisites).
> As an example of my method, here's how to make a Qt application that finds
> and installs all it's own dependencies in CMake:
> This lets "make package" build a droppable .app installer of this Qt
> application on OSX. I could change one line and make it create .pkg
> installers instead.
In light of not having used CPack at all, I like to know to understand more
about the solution proposed by you.
How does this solve the issues of:
* Running an stopping various processes (like dbus) that should be unique?
* Packaging up the exact and complete source code for your binaries
(of course excluding system libraries, but including external ones)?
* The rebuilding of the complete source code, once I have it?
* Updates of a part of the dependencies do require a complete and full
rebuild? (Because we cannot be sure that rebuilding works until it has
been done successfully first and no intermediate step can reconstructed
> The .dmg is 6.4MB and the installed .app is 20MB. This
> somewhat destroys your claim that "bundling a Qt framework inside the .app
> makes the .app grow by a few hundred MB".
Potentially there are hundreds of interesting Free Software applications
for Mac, at some point being able to use shared resource will have an
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