[SDL] CMake gurus...
redteam316 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 21:37:58 PDT 2013
I find CMake overly complex and only use it when I need to build some
project that requires it. I use qmake for all of my projects. The files it
uses are extremely easy to use and setup, it can generate many different
kinds of makefiles/project files, and in most cases is as simple as running
"qmake" then "make". Just a suggestion as an alternative to CMake.
The documentation on it is top notch.
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On Mar 23, 2013 11:04 PM, "Forest Hale" <havoc at ghdigital.com> wrote:
I admit my solution in my projects is a hand-rolled Makefile that adapts to
all manner of situations (and yes, essentially implements configure
functionality) such as mingw (both native and
cross-compiled)/Mac OSX/Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris, and then a set of Visual
Studio projects and an xcode project that tend to lag behind badly.
I've found cmake very unwieldy as a "user" personally, it scares me each
time I have to deal with a lib using cmake, it's not well explained (even
by its own documentation), the workflow of building
something with cmake is not readily obvious to a non-believer as it were.
Plenty of horror stories with autotools as well and I'd never recommend it
It seems that there's a lot of demand for something that just generates
sensible VS projects, XCode projects, and a gmake Makefile for various
uses, but I'm not sure that cmake set out to be that
On 03/23/2013 08:57 PM, Sik the hedgehog wrote:
> Wouldn't the situation end up being exactly the s...
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