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Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how (continued)

Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how (continued)

Posted Jun 22, 2006 9:40 UTC (Thu) by kleptog (subscriber, #1183)
In reply to: Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how (continued) by aleXXX
Parent article: Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how (continued)

I don't know about happy. I was just trying to clarify that a project using only autoconf but not automake would have to switch to CMake generated makefiles instead their own. That is, in CMake the configure step cannot be seperated from the automake step.

I'm just asking because while I'm not a great fan of autoconf, I'd only replace it with something that would let me keep my hand created makefiles.


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Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how (continued)

Posted Jun 22, 2006 10:35 UTC (Thu) by aleXXX (subscriber, #2742) [Link]

Yes, CMake replaces all three of them.
It will create the Makefiles for you (... and project files if you want
to).

Alex


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