I know that I could write FooConfig.cmake.in, call
configure_package_config_file() to generate package configuration file and
call write_basic_package_version_file() to generate a version file.
Typically FooConfig.cmake.in contains:
My question is why do I need to do that? Is it not possible for cmake to
autogenerate theses files?
I may be wrong but I think that "modern cmake" has the necessary
informations to do that.
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