[ANNOUNCE] cmake now supports kdevelop project files
mchoui at e-c.qc.ca
Mon Nov 8 18:30:32 GMT 2004
On November 8, 2004 13:12, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> cmake ( http://www.cmake.org ) an open source, cross-platform make system
> now also supports creation of project files for kdevelop 3.
> This feature will be in the upcoming cmake 2.2 release and is right now
> available from cmake cvs.
> In order to use it efficiently with kdevelop you need current kdevelop cvs
> HEAD or stable branch.
> cmake is basically a replacement for autotools, offering more or less the
> same amount of functionality while providing this all in just one tool
> (instead automake + autoconf + libtool + m4). cmake is now able to generate
> from the same cmake files project files for : unix make, kdevelop 3, msvc 6
> and 7, nmake make, and borland make
> This means you can write cmake files (CMakeLists.txt) and have cmake
> generate kdevelop 3 project files, which can be loaded directly by
> kdevelop, no need to "import" the project.
> P.S. since 2.0 cmake also comes with some basic KDE support macros
downloaded it but it said cmake 2.1.0, where is the stuff?
"You are .ogg Even though many people consider you cool and happening, a lot
still find that you're a bit too weird to hang out with."
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