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CMake 1.8.1-1 ready
- From: "William A. Hoffman" <billlist at nycap dot rr dot com>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2003 16:30:27 -0400
- Subject: CMake 1.8.1-1 ready
There has been a new release of the official cmake (1.8.1).
This is a major release from 1.6.7 to 1.8.1.
Changes from 1.8.0 to 1.8.1
Added initial support for MinGW builds on Windows. Fixed a couple bugs in the
ctest program. Some fixes to the FindThreads and FindwxWindows modules. A fix
to the Custom Command dependency code. Better error reporting for ctest and
Changes from 1.6.7 to 1.8
The custom commands have been rearchitected to use a more understandable
signature. The old signature should still work. Ctest has been enhanced and
can produce testing dashboards compatible with Dart in many cases. A new FILE
command has been added that supports reading, writing, and globing of
files. A new help target is created for all Makefiles so you can do nmake
help (or make help) Command line options (-D) for cmake no longer require the
type of the argument. The on-line help for cmake has been significantly
improved. Run cmake -help for more information. Support for windows paths and
filenames that include &. Support for files with multiple "." in them for
nmake. More Modules report results to CMakeOutput.log and CmakeError.log. And
of course a number of minor bug fixes and enhancements.
Here are the required files:
# CMake setup.hint file for cygwin setup.exe program
requires: libncurses7 cygwin
sdesc: "A cross platform build manger"
ldesc: "CMake is a cross platform build manager. It allows you to specify build parameters for C and C++ programs in a cross platform manner. For cygwin Makefiles will be generated. CMake is also capable of generating microsoft project files, nmake, and borland makefiles. CMake can also perform system inspection operations like finding installed libraries and header files."