current state of using cmake to compile kdevelop
neundorf at kde.org
Mon May 9 22:04:05 UTC 2005
On Monday 09 May 2005 21:55, Sylvain Joyeux wrote:
> > > libtool takes care mostly of PIC/non-PIC issues,
> > Which issues ? Creating shared libs is trivial with cmake under linux,
> > mac os X and windows (didn't try other platforms).
> The main problem is that it is not portable to link a non-PIC static
> library into a shared object, which is basically what is done with
> "convenience" static libs (not to be installed static libraries).
OTOH what's the purpose of these convenience libs ?
> > > dynamicly-loadable modules, ...
> > Hmm, what's to do there ?
> AFAIK, there are some systems where not any shared library can be dlopened
> (or whatever you use), but I may be wrong.
If I understand this email correctly, this is actually no issue for KDE:
> The thing I don't like with cmake is that it relies on make for building.
Well, actually I like in cmake that it generates makefiles so everybody can
continue to type "make" :-)
OTOH it should be possible to write a scons-file generator for cmake :-)
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