[SDL] CMake gurus...
gabomdq at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 08:15:06 PDT 2013
2013/3/24 Ryan C. Gordon <icculus at icculus.org>
> Ideally we would use something make-ish that was generic enough to act
>> as both a build system, AND a configure system, but I don't recall any
>> logic languages being standard installs anywhere.
> Ideally we want Windows people to find a Visual Studio project that
> matches their version of Visual Studio, double-click it, and build the
> Right now we're maintaining several .vcproj files for different versions,
> and almost universally, some subset of them fails to get updated when we
> change a project setting of add/remove files. Tests are missing from many
> of them, etc.
> XCode is slightly better about this, but still suffers from the fact that
> it's not necessarily our primary way to build SDL (even on Mac, I'm using
> the configure script, for example), so it isn't well-maintained either.
> If not CMake, something that allows us to do what CMake does is really
> really interesting: we maintain one text file, it spits out projects for
> lots of tools. But we really don't want the Windows/Mac experience to be
> like this:
Anyone with premake  experience? On paper it looks like it fits the bill
exactly, and it's small enough that it could be beaten into our mold should
it try to resist us :)
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the SDL