On Wednesday 25 November 2015 13:27:33 you wrote:
> That was years ago, mind, but I
> haven't seen CMake exactly taking over the world since then.
KDE, MariaDB, neovim and etc. New projects usually selected CMake.
> Many prewritten CMake modules fail to follow basic practices that make them
> work anywhere but where the author wanted/needed.
Now everything is much better. And it is worth split "make" and configuration.
CMake better GNU Make and is similar to the m4 for configuring. But M4 older
These are my feelings on the current work.
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