Re: CMake scripts (was: Build using CMake)
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 20:32:39 +0400
Thursday, April 2, 2009, 5:22:29 PM, you wrote:
S> Hi tetest, Daniel and all,
S> I've just commited a very first version of the CMake scripts.
S> They're tetest's ones, with a *PARTIAL* merge of my work. Only
S> libcurl can be configured for the moment (I'm working on curl exe). I
S> did not test anything regarding to SSL. And remember that they're
S> far to be functionnal yet.
S> I suggest now that either tetest or anyone having interest in those
S> scripts to start reviewing them and working on them.
S> To do:
S> - Check and list what autotools does that current CMake scripts don't
S> - Test with as many options combinations as possible
S> - Add curl exe and tests configuration
S> - Start working on SSL support, with the 4-5 SSL possible libs.
S> (Maybe we should use CMake finder modules).
S> - And much more to come...
Just a quick reply to manifest my presence. :)
I have checked out latest curl sources and built libcurl using
CMake. Everything went smooth, and I got libcurl.so built. Did not yet
review the CMakeLists.txt files (I hope I'll have time to do a review
OS: Linux (Ubuntu 8.04.2 "hardy", 32 bit). I am going to test the
build on several different systems.
Just some minor remarks so far:
1. For some reason, all files added by Sukender have "executable"
permissions under Linux. I assume this can be fixed, but don't
remember the details (last time I used CVS was long ago).
2. The resulting library has double 'lib' suffix: liblibcurl.so.
-- Best regards, Tetetest mailto:tetetest_at_rambler.ruReceived on 2009-04-03