For package rswipl, cmake still seems to work, but

* one has to search for it on MacOS, see the src/Makevars, as well as the 
relevant sections in Writing R extensions
* Windows Defender (also on CRAN) complains about dubious exe-files when 
checking the "endianness" of the target system. That can be circumvented by 
telling cmake to compile static libraries instead of executables.

I am unsure if my response is specific to your problem, but the links below do 
not seem to work.

> Gesendet: Mittwoch, den 17.01.2024 um 08:37 Uhr
> Von: "Sameh Abdulah" <>
> An: "R Package Development" <>
> Betreff: [R-pkg-devel] CMake on CRAN Systems
> Hi All,
> We recently encountered an installation issue with our package on CRAN. We've 
> been depending on CMake, assuming it is readily available by default, but it 
> appears to be only available on the M1mac system but not on the others. 
> Should we include the CMake installation within our package?
> We encountered another issue with OpenMP, but we managed to resolve it by 
> consulting the manual.
> Best,
> --Sameh
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