[CMake] How to add a target link library, but only for a custom configuration ?

2011-04-26 Thread Glenn Coombs
I am using cmake 2.8.2 and I have added a custom configuration to my project like this: # Add configuration for debug pthreads builds based on the debug configuration # = set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS_DEBUGPTHREADS

Re: [CMake] How to add a target link library, but only for a custom configuration ?

2011-05-05 Thread Glenn Coombs
Thanks for that link Michael. It doesn't please me, but I can confirm that it does work :-) It's a nice hack around a deficiency in cmake. I ended up using this code: # First create a dummy library to hang the pthreads # dependency on via the IMPORTED_LINK_INTERFACE_LIBRARIES property.

Re: [CMake] How to add a target link library, but only for a custom configuration ?

2011-05-06 Thread Glenn Coombs
On 6 May 2011 01:12, Michael Hertling mhertl...@online.de wrote: Yes, absolutely. Although setups with libraries which are needed in some configurations only are quite rare, AFAIK, your case shows that this may well happen. ;-) Possible - and more appropriate - solutions could be: - New

Re: [CMake] Parameters of functions

2011-05-12 Thread Glenn Coombs
I think you probably wanted to write and call your function like this: FUNCTION(build var) MESSAGE(STATUS var: ${var}) ENDFUNCTION(build) SET(var red blue yellow green) build(${var}) That prints out as you would expect: -- var: red;blue;yellow;green -- Glenn On 12 May 2011 07:27,

Re: [CMake] Which variable stores all (sub) directories added sofar?

2011-05-19 Thread Glenn Coombs
I think that you can use an environment variable rather than a normal variable to bypass the normal scoping rules. So: set(ENV{foo} bar) will I think allow other CMakeFiles to read it using: $ENV{foo} regardless of the sub-directory level. I haven't tried using this so it may not work but I

Re: [CMake] 32-bit mode on 64-bit machine

2011-05-26 Thread Glenn Coombs
I do exactly that for my project using these lines: if(UNIX) # only build 32-bit binaries add_definitions(-m32) set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS${CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS} -m32) set(CMAKE_SHARED_LIBRARY_C_FLAGS${CMAKE_SHARED_LIBRARY_C_FLAGS}

Re: [CMake] New build configuration based off existing configuration?

2011-06-06 Thread Glenn Coombs
This is what I do: # Add configuration for ReleaseNoOutfiles builds based on the release configuration # = set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASENOOUTFILES ${CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASE}CACHE STRING Flags used by the

Re: [CMake] Embedding one project inside a second

2011-06-06 Thread Glenn Coombs
A simple set of CMAKE_C_FLAGS or CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS will set the value for the current directory and below: set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS${CMAKE_C_FLAGS} -m32) Any add_directory() commands after the above line will inherit the -m32 flag. -- Glenn On 5 June 2011 20:36, Richard Offer

[CMake] How to set a preprocessor define for all build configurations except one ?

2011-06-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
I want to have a preprocessor symbol (GEN_OUTFILES) defined for all build configurations except one (ReleaseNoOutfiles). Before I added the ReleaseNoOutfiles configuration I just had this line in my top level CMakeLists.txt: add_definitions(-DGEN_OUTFILES) but now I have to have this

Re: [CMake] How to set a preprocessor define for all build configurations except one ?

2011-06-12 Thread Glenn Coombs
I don't think CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE is used by the Visual Studio generators so that would only work for Makefile based build systems. I need a solution that works for both Visual Studio on Windows and Makefiles on Linux. On 12 June 2011 21:32, Raphael Kubo da Costa kub...@gmail.com wrote: Glenn

Re: [CMake] How to set a preprocessor define for all build configurations except one ?

2011-06-16 Thread Glenn Coombs
On 13 June 2011 02:53, Michael Hertling mhertl...@online.de wrote: AFAIK, there's no other approach to take account of single- and multi- config generators at the same time for this purpose, but perhaps, you could design the loop a bit smarter: FOREACH(i IN LISTS CMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES

Re: [CMake] How to set a preprocessor define for all build configurations except one ?

2011-06-16 Thread Glenn Coombs
On 16 June 2011 15:45, Michael Hertling mhertl...@online.de wrote: IMO, the default should not need to be explicitly enabled but the exception, and readability - though important - is subordinate to functionality, but probably, this is a matter of personal taste. However, if you stick with

Re: [CMake] Dependencies and libraries..How does it work?

2011-06-17 Thread Glenn Coombs
If the library you are trying to build is one that is totally under your control then really it should be a subdirectory of your MY_APP source tree so that you can call add_subdirectory() on it. If MY_LIB is shared across multiple projects then you can always arrange for it to appear as a

Re: [CMake] How to set a preprocessor define for all build configurations except one ?

2011-06-20 Thread Glenn Coombs
Thanks for the clarification - I have a much clearer understanding now. -- Glenn On 18 June 2011 14:30, Michael Hertling mhertl...@online.de wrote: COMPILE_DEFINITIONS is used *always*, i.e. for every generator in every configuration, and COMPILE_DEFINITIONS_CONFIG is used *additionally* in

[CMake] Appending to the LINK_FLAGS target property ?

2011-06-27 Thread Glenn Coombs
For variables like CMAKE_C_FLAGS one can append to them like this: set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS ${CMAKE_CFLAGS} -some_option) For target properties like LINK_FLAGS I was using this command: set_property(TARGET myDLL APPEND PROPERTY LINK_FLAGS /NODEFAULTLIB:LIBCMT) to do the append. However, when

[CMake] External_Project_Add() and custom build configurations ?

2011-07-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
I have just started using some externally supplied cmake projects in my cmake project. To do this I added these lines to my top level CMakeLists.txt file: include(ExternalProject) ExternalProject_Add(external_proj PREFIX${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/external_proj SOURCE_DIR

Re: [CMake] Remove custom targets

2011-07-04 Thread Glenn Coombs
If you can modify the subdirectory cmakefiles then maybe you could protect the declaration of the uninstall target like this: if (NOT TARGET uninstall) add_custom_target(uninstall ...) endif() That way if the top level cmakefile declares an uninstall target it should prevent the subdirectory

Re: [CMake] External_Project_Add() and custom build configurations ?

2011-07-05 Thread Glenn Coombs
--target clean from the command line then it does clean the project properly. Is ExternalProject_Add() missing some functionality here, or have I misunderstood something ? -- Glenn On 1 July 2011 18:01, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 7:23 AM, Glenn Coombs

Re: [CMake] External_Project_Add() and custom build configurations ?

2011-07-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
on the lower level makefile. -- Glenn On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 12:24 PM, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 12:17 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: On 5 July 2011 17:13, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: It is (intentionally) missing some functionality

Re: [CMake] External_Project_Add() and custom build configurations ?

2011-07-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
On 7 July 2011 15:15, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: I'm sure that what you want to do is possible. I'm also sure that it's a huge effort to get it to work with all CMake generators. It will also be difficult to write a good test of the functionality. Furthermore, I view it as

Re: [CMake] Build the dependencies tree of an executable

2011-07-22 Thread Glenn Coombs
Have you tried using target_link_libraries(A D E F) in A/Deps.cmake instead of add_dependencies ? I think that the add_dependencies command only enforces a build order between targets. I don't think it actually adds libraries to the link line. On 18 July 2011 17:54, Marco Corvo

Re: [CMake] Appending to the LINK_FLAGS target property ?

2011-07-22 Thread Glenn Coombs
/Johan On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 4:47 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: For variables like CMAKE_C_FLAGS one can append to them like this: set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS ${CMAKE_CFLAGS} -some_option) For target properties like LINK_FLAGS I was using this command: set_property

Re: [CMake] Invalid library output directory when VC++ solution is generated

2011-07-26 Thread Glenn Coombs
Have a look at the documentation for CMAKE_RUNTIME_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY. On Linux the .so shared library files do go in the LIBRARY_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY. However, on Windows the DLL files are placed in the runtime directory and only the import libraries (.LIB files) are placed in the

Re: [CMake] Invalid library output directory when VC++ solution is generated

2011-07-27 Thread Glenn Coombs
You could set the target property RUNTIME_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY on your library targets. That would override the CMAKE_RUNTIME_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY variable just for those targets. 2011/7/27 Laura Autón García laura.au...@gmail.com Hello Alan, Thank you very much for your answer. It woks perfectly

Re: [CMake] Bug fix requests for the *next* release of CMake...

2011-07-30 Thread Glenn Coombs
http://public.kitware.com/Bug/view.php?id=6493 configuration dependent COMPILE_FLAGS for SET_TARGET_PROPERTIES http://public.kitware.com/Bug/view.php?id=6269 Some CMake commands should support Debug/Release configurations

[CMake] Assembly language support using gcc or gas

2011-08-02 Thread Glenn Coombs
Previously with cmake 2.8.4 we were using these lines to compile an assembly language file in our project: if(UNIX) enable_language(ASM) # see if we are building 32-bit or 64-bit executables file(WRITE ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/check_32or64bit.cpp int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { return 8 *

Re: [CMake] Assembly language support using gcc or gas

2011-08-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
. Is there a cleaner way to do this or is my current solution okay ? 2011/8/2 Alexander Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net Hi, On Tuesday 02 August 2011, Glenn Coombs wrote: Previously with cmake 2.8.4 we were using these lines to compile an with 2.8.5 there was a major rework of the assembler support

Re: [CMake] Include directories for C compile command

2011-08-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
Have you tried using the include_directories() command ? In your top level CMakeLists.txt add a line like this: include_directories(SWC1 SWC2 SWC3 Common) before you do any add_subdirectory() commands. Does that not add the appropriate -Ixxx flags to the compile command ? It does for me but

Re: [CMake] Include directories for C compile command

2011-08-04 Thread Glenn Coombs
if there is a method of doing the same thing at module level (leaf CMakeLists.txt files) and propagate the updates upwards in directory hierarchy. Thanks again, Andrei On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 8:10 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: Have you tried using the include_directories() command

Re: [CMake] Easing the pain with Visual Studio 2010 and CMake

2011-08-04 Thread Glenn Coombs
We do much the same but use a batch file called startDevStudio.vs2010.cmake.bat like this in the top level: @echo off if not exist build\cmake mkdir build\cmake cd build\cmake cmake -G Visual Studio 10 ..\..\ IF ERRORLEVEL 1 ( echo. echo CMake configure failed echo.

Re: [CMake] Assembly language support using gcc or gas

2011-08-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
harmless before. Should I file this as a bug - or will it just be marked as not a bug, i.e. don't use double quotes like that with add_definitions ? -- Glenn 2011/8/3 Alexander Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net Hi, On Wednesday 03 August 2011, Glenn Coombs wrote: I tried changing from ASM

Re: [CMake] Bug fix requests for the *next* release of CMake...

2011-08-09 Thread Glenn Coombs
Probably too late now and there isn't a bug filed so far as I know, but one thing I would love to see added to cmake is an append command so that lines like this: set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS_RELEASE ${CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS_RELEASE} /INCREMENTAL:NO) become shorter and easier to understand:

Re: [CMake] how to add additional linker options

2011-08-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
Something like this: if (MSVC) set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS ${CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS} /FORCE:Multiply) endif() in your top level CMakeLists.txt should do the trick. I think the /W0 flag will suppress any warnings. This would need to be added to CMAKE_C_FLAGS and/or CMAKE_CPP_FLAGS in a

Re: [CMake] append command

2011-08-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
:34, Alan W. Irwin ir...@beluga.phys.uvic.ca wrote: On 2011-08-09 17:19+0100 Glenn Coombs wrote: Probably too late now and there isn't a bug filed so far as I know, but one thing I would love to see added to cmake is an append command so that lines like this: set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS_

Re: [CMake] Sub dependencies?

2011-08-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
Add the sub dependencies that library A has with target_link_libraries(): target_link_libraries(A png) -- Glenn On 11 August 2011 10:02, Doug douglas.lin...@gmail.com wrote: Hrm... this seems like something cmake should be able to do, but I don't know how to make it work. If I have

Re: [CMake] Sub dependencies?

2011-08-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
change my build target. Sure I can do a giant IF(TARGET MATCHES Android) ... ENDIF, which I guess is what I will do for now, but it seems like a poor solution. Edit: woops; ment that to go to the list. ~ Doug. On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 7:39 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: Add

Re: [CMake] append command

2011-08-13 Thread Glenn Coombs
Out of all the suggestions so far I'd like to say that my preferred solution is Michael's one of: SET(variable value ... CONCAT [SEP sep]) I haven't seen any discussion yet of my 2nd alternative of getting cmake to automatically convert lists to space separated strings for certain variables

Re: [CMake] append command

2011-08-13 Thread Glenn Coombs
Which is precisely the sort of thing that started this whole discussion :-) In the same way that C/C++ would still work without the += operator it does allow a wonderful conciseness that I miss on occasion. Especially given cmake's propensity for verbose variable names. On 13 August 2011 10:22,

Re: [CMake] Fwd: [CMake 0012398]: IF infamous variable/string functionality fails to work with macro arguments

2011-08-16 Thread Glenn Coombs
On 15 August 2011 20:23, Albert Meltzer buls...@gmail.com wrote: Maybe the esteemed colleagues would suggest another good and reliable way to handle situations such as this: IF (lang STREQUAL perl) ... ELSEIF(lang STREQUAL python) ... ELSEIF() ... ENDIF () without having to SET(perl

Re: [CMake] append command

2011-08-16 Thread Glenn Coombs
. But that would break the backwards compatibility rule. Are there any cmake variables where real semicolons need to be passed through to the compiler/linker ? -- Glenn On 15 August 2011 12:56, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: On Aug 13, 2011, at 5:14 AM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com

Re: [CMake] novice question: modification of FLAGS rule variable?

2011-09-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
What you can do however is set the variable which uses the FLAGS definition, i.e. CMAKE_C_COMPILE_OBJECT in your example. I have a CMakeLists.txt file where I override the default assembler flags: set(CMAKE_ASM-ATT_COMPILE_OBJECT CMAKE_ASM-ATT_COMPILER ${ASM_SYS_FLAGS} -o OBJECT SOURCE) to use

Re: [CMake] how to inherit includes from other directories

2011-09-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
Could you not create a file in each subdirectory called something like header-deps.cmake ? This file would contain the include_directory() commands necessary for using this module, plus include() commands of other modules that it depends on. So for your example: # utils/b/header-deps.cmake

Re: [CMake] novice question: modification of FLAGS rule variable?

2011-09-08 Thread Glenn Coombs
”) ** ** but then the –DDEBUG is missing for the build of mylibd. I guess both mylibd and mylib use CMAKE_C_COMPILE_OBJECT and I need a way to pass the –DDEBUG to the compile of one and not the other. ** ** -David ** ** *From:* Glenn Coombs [mailto:glenn.coo...@gmail.com] *Sent:* Wednesday

Re: [CMake] novice question: modification of FLAGS rule variable?

2011-09-08 Thread Glenn Coombs
of mylibd. I guess both mylibd and mylib use CMAKE_C_COMPILE_OBJECT and I need a way to pass the –DDEBUG to the compile of one and not the other. -David *From:* Glenn Coombs [mailto:glenn.coo...@gmail.com] *Sent:* Wednesday, September 07, 2011 4:19 AM *To:* David Cole

Re: [CMake] Question about variables, cache, and scope

2011-10-10 Thread Glenn Coombs
Calling a function pushs a new variable scope. All variables visible in the callers scope are copied into the new scope but changes by default only affect the callee scope. You could try using the PARENT_SCOPE option to the set command but I'm not sure that will achieve what you want as it only

[CMake] if (DEFINED $ENV{VAR}) doesn't work as expected

2011-10-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
Hi, I've just had a CMakeLists.txt fail to work as expected because somebody was testing to see whether an environment variable was set with the syntax: if (DEFINED $ENV{VAR}). This short example shows the problem: cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8) project(foo) message(HOME: $ENV{HOME}) if

Re: [CMake] Question about variables, cache, and scope

2011-10-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
Doh :-) Thanks for pointing out what should perhaps have been obvious in retrospect. Cache variables are one of the more confusing areas of cmake. -- Glenn On 10 October 2011 22:38, Bill Hoffman bill.hoff...@kitware.com wrote: On 10/10/2011 3:52 PM, Robert Dailey wrote: Yes, this works

Re: [CMake] if (DEFINED $ENV{VAR}) doesn't work as expected

2011-10-11 Thread Glenn Coombs
Yes, that did help. Works perfectly without the $ character. -- Glenn On 11 October 2011 19:55, Michael Wild them...@gmail.com wrote: On 10/11/2011 06:02 PM, Glenn Coombs wrote: Hi, I've just had a CMakeLists.txt fail to work as expected because somebody was testing to see whether

Re: [CMake] Compile flag issues and VS Express

2012-01-31 Thread Glenn Coombs
On a related note: http://www.gccxml.org/Bug/view.php?id=12437 can you check if ITK and VTK build fine without the large stack size argument (/STACK:1000) as well ? -- Glenn On 30 January 2012 15:58, Bill Lorensen bill.loren...@gmail.com wrote: ITK and VTK both build fine if I remove the

Re: [CMake] cmake -E copy with file permission changes

2012-01-31 Thread Glenn Coombs
We have recently switched from cvs to perforce and encountered the same problem. In our case the fix was to change the CMakeList.txt file to refer directly to the file in the source tree rather than first copying it to the build tree and then referring to it there. As the clean command only

Re: [CMake] Compile flag issues and VS Express

2012-02-02 Thread Glenn Coombs
under load (in C, when stack will be over). That's why I didn't insist on changing behavior when found this bug 3 years ago. On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 8:02 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: On a related note: http://www.gccxml.org/Bug/view.php?id=12437 can you check if ITK and VTK

[CMake] Bug in find_file() command ?

2012-08-28 Thread Glenn Coombs
I need to test for the presence of a directory called driver_root. I couldn't see a find_directory() command in the help so I am using the following lines in my CMakeLists.txt: message(1 DRV_ROOT_CHECK: ${DRV_ROOT_CHECK}) if (DEFINED ENV{DRV_ROOT}) find_file(DRV_ROOT_CHECK

Re: [CMake] Bug in find_file() command ?

2012-09-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
an incorrect match. -- Glenn On 3 September 2012 09:58, Adolfo Rodríguez Tsouroukdissian adolfo.rodrig...@pal-robotics.com wrote: On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 6:59 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: I need to test for the presence of a directory called driver_root. I couldn't see

[CMake] Visual Studio 2012 Express for WD and cmake 2.8.9

2012-09-17 Thread Glenn Coombs
Hi, I just installed the Visual Studio 2012 Express edition for Windows Desktop and cmake 2.8.9 is having some issues with it. Initially when I ran the cmake configure step it failed to find the devenv or msbuild program: CMake was unable to find a build program corresponding to Visual Studio

Re: [CMake] Visual Studio 2012 Express for WD and cmake 2.8.9

2012-09-20 Thread Glenn Coombs
Thanks for that - I will try it again with the 2.8.10 release candidate. -- Glenn On 18 September 2012 22:17, David Cole david.c...@kitware.com wrote: On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 1:02 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.comwrote: Hi, I just installed the Visual Studio 2012 Express edition

Re: [CMake] Bug in find_file() command ?

2012-10-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
-robotics.com http://www.cmake.org/mailman/listinfo/cmake wrote: * On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 6:59 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coombs at gmail.com http://www.cmake.org/mailman/listinfo/cmakewrote: I need to test for the presence of a directory called driver_root. I** couldn't see

[CMake] How to get cmake --build . to build in parallel ?

2012-10-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
I am invoking cmake as part of a jenkins script and am using cmake --build . to kick off the build. This works but does not do the equivalent of make -j4 to take advantage of all 4 cores when run on a linux machine. When run on a windows machine the building in parallel is already taken care of

Re: [CMake] Bug fix requests for the *next* release of CMake...

2012-11-09 Thread Glenn Coombs
http://www.cmake.org/Bug/view.php?id=12437 (do not set default stacksize of 10MB for Visual Studio) -- Glenn -- Powered by www.kitware.com Visit other Kitware open-source projects at http://www.kitware.com/opensource/opensource.html Please keep messages on-topic and check the CMake FAQ at:

[CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-04-25 Thread Glenn Coombs
Hi, I have a Qt4 program that I'm working on and ran into an issue yesterday with the automoc cpp files. I had added a new slot and connected a comboxbox currentIndexChanged signal to it but when I ran the program I could see messages on stdout complaining that my slot didn't exist. I tracked

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-04-26 Thread Glenn Coombs
wrote: On Thursday 25 April 2013, Glenn Coombs wrote: Hi, I have a Qt4 program that I'm working on and ran into an issue yesterday with the automoc cpp files. I had added a new slot and connected a comboxbox currentIndexChanged signal to it but when I ran the program I could see

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-04-28 Thread Glenn Coombs
No, cleaning the project didn't remove that file. -- Glenn On 26 April 2013 17:28, Alexander Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net wrote: On Friday 26 April 2013, Glenn Coombs wrote: No, the yuv_player_automoc.cpp file is not removed on a clean (nor are the other moc_*.cpp files). Having just

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-04-29 Thread Glenn Coombs
Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net wrote: On Sunday 28 April 2013, Glenn Coombs wrote: No, cleaning the project didn't remove that file. Can you manually set the ADDITIONAL_MAKE_CLEAN_FILES directory property to some file and check whether this file is deleted when you clean ? Something like

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-05-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
, Alexander Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net wrote: On Monday 29 April 2013, Glenn Coombs wrote: I added these lines: set_directory_properties( PROPERTIES ADDITIONAL_MAKE_CLEAN_FILES ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/abc.txt ) # check the location where abc.txt is supposed to be deleted

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-05-05 Thread Glenn Coombs
Alex, Would you like me to file a bug report on this ? -- Glenn On 1 May 2013 08:33, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: I select Clean Solution from the Build menu which is a complete clean. The output looks like this: 1-- Skipped Clean: Project: INSTALL, Configuration: Debug

Re: [CMake] Problem with CMAKE_AUTOMOC files not being regenerated or cleaned

2013-05-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
I won't bother just yet then. Let me know if I can be of any help in testing your fix. BTW, is your fix likely to make it into the pending 2.8.11 release ? -- Glenn On 5 May 2013 19:33, Alexander Neundorf a.neundorf-w...@gmx.net wrote: On Sunday 05 May 2013, Glenn Coombs wrote: Alex

Re: [CMake] CPack: Ignoring files using regex

2013-07-31 Thread Glenn Coombs
The regexp you're using matches anything where the last character at the end of the line isn't one of the characters inside the square brackets. I don't think cmake's regexps allow negation of words so specifying a regexp that matches everything except projectA/, README and CMakelists.txt is

[CMake] Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables stored in the cache ?

2014-04-23 Thread Glenn Coombs
I'm using cmake version 2.8.12.1 and have just encountered an issue with my cmake setup where I was using the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variable in an include_directories command and it was being ignored. In my top level CMakeLists.txt I had: project(blah) add_subdirectory(foo)

Re: [CMake] Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables stored in the cache ?

2014-05-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
consistent behaviour IMHO. -- Glenn On 28 April 2014 19:33, Matthew Woehlke mw_tr...@users.sourceforge.netwrote: On 2014-04-23 14:18, Glenn Coombs wrote: Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables being automatically stored in the cmake cache? Running 'grep _SOURCE_DIR CMakeCache.txt

Re: [CMake] Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables stored in the cache ?

2014-05-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
What I am saying is that project(foo) should internally execute the equivalent of set(foo_SOURCE_DIR /path/to/source) rather than set(foo /path/to/source CACHE STRING). That way it would fail on every run if you referenced a project source directory variable before you had done the

Re: [CMake] Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables stored in the cache ?

2014-05-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
on the first run but do on subsequent runs. On 1 May 2014 19:00, John Drescher dresche...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 1:54 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: What I am saying is that project(foo) should internally execute the equivalent of set(foo_SOURCE_DIR /path

Re: [CMake] Are the [Project name]_SOURCE_DIR variables stored in the cache ?

2014-05-01 Thread Glenn Coombs
Ugh ! It gets messier. I'm beginning to understand why it is the way it is. The cmake developers have probably already been round this loop and decided it wasn't worth the effort :-) On 1 May 2014 19:41, Nils Gladitz nilsglad...@gmail.com wrote: On 01.05.2014 20:38, Glenn Coombs wrote

[CMake] How to get find_package(ZLIB) to set ZLIB_LIBRARIES to 32-bit version ?

2014-06-24 Thread Glenn Coombs
This seems to be the recommended way to link against the zlib library: find_package(ZLIB)if (ZLIB_FOUND) include_directories(${ZLIB_INCLUDE_DIRS}) target_link_libraries(MyProg ${ZLIB_LIBRARIES}) endif() When I run this on linux I see that ZLIB_LIBRARIES has the value /usr/lib64/libz.so.

Re: [CMake] How to get find_package(ZLIB) to set ZLIB_LIBRARIES to 32-bit version ?

2014-06-25 Thread Glenn Coombs
wrote: Am Dienstag, 24. Juni 2014, 22:32:22 schrieb Glenn Coombs: This seems to be the recommended way to link against the zlib library: find_package(ZLIB)if (ZLIB_FOUND) include_directories(${ZLIB_INCLUDE_DIRS}) target_link_libraries(MyProg ${ZLIB_LIBRARIES}) endif() When I

[CMake] How to get a list of all the static libraries that a target will link against ?

2014-06-28 Thread Glenn Coombs
I have a project which compiles and links into both a stand alone executable and a dynamic shared library. The library and the executable link against the same project libraries but have different object files containing their entry points: main.o for the executable and dll_main.o for the

Re: [CMake] How to get a list of all the static libraries that a target will link against ?

2014-07-19 Thread Glenn Coombs
Don't all shout at once :-) I'm guessing there are no easy solutions then... -- Glenn On 28 June 2014 14:33, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: I have a project which compiles and links into both a stand alone executable and a dynamic shared library. The library and the executable

Re: [CMake] How to get a list of all the static libraries that a target will link against ?

2014-07-21 Thread Glenn Coombs
). All the best, Angeliki On Sat, Jul 19, 2014 at 2:39 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: Don't all shout at once :-) I'm guessing there are no easy solutions then... -- Glenn On 28 June 2014 14:33, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: I have a project which

Re: [CMake] How to get a list of all the static libraries that a target will link against ?

2014-07-23 Thread Glenn Coombs
you have. Cheers! Angeliki On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 7:05 PM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: The problem is that I need to add both -whole-archive and -no-whole-archive options. And I need to control exactly where they occur so that only my libraries occur inside the whole

Re: [CMake] Spaces in a command

2014-07-29 Thread Glenn Coombs
I think this works like you want: cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6) set(DO_RELAX 1) if(DO_RELAX) set(OR_RELAX || echo \no big deal\) else() set(OR_RELAX) endif() add_custom_command(OUTPUT foo COMMAND generate-foo ${OR_RELAX} VERBATIM) add_custom_target(do-foo ALL DEPENDS foo) --

Re: [CMake] Is it possible for a dependee to use the dependency LINKER_FLAGS ?

2014-08-02 Thread Glenn Coombs
I think that you can use the target_link_libraries command to do this: add_library(A a.cpp) target_link_libraries(A INTERFACE -custom-flags) -- Glenn On 30 July 2014 16:51, Adrian M Negreanu gro...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Is it possible to attach a property on a target, and that property to

Re: [CMake] Spaces in a command

2014-08-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
. On 07/29/2014 12:25 PM, Glenn Coombs wrote: I think this works like you want: cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6) set(DO_RELAX 1) if(DO_RELAX) set(OR_RELAX || echo \no big deal\) else() set(OR_RELAX) endif() add_custom_command(OUTPUT foo COMMAND generate-foo ${OR_RELAX

Re: [CMake] cmake version/feature detection

2014-08-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
If you know which version of cmake first introduced the feature you want to check for then you could base your decision on the values of these 3 cmake variables: CMAKE_MAJOR_VERSION CMAKE_MINOR_VERSION CMAKE_PATCH_VERSION -- Glenn On 5 August 2014 04:30, Leif Walsh leif.wa...@gmail.com wrote:

Re: [CMake] Is it possible for a dependee to use the dependency LINKER_FLAGS ?

2014-08-07 Thread Glenn Coombs
Hope that helps! Also for future googling the concept is called Usage Requirements. On Aug 2, 2014 8:11 AM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: I think that you can use the target_link_libraries command to do this: add_library(A a.cpp) target_link_libraries(A INTERFACE -custom-flags

Re: [CMake] Resetting CMAKE_Fortran_FLAGS for a specific file

2014-08-14 Thread Glenn Coombs
In my opinion this is a deficiency in how cmake currently works with object libraries. If one of the source files in an object library depends on a third library then it should be possible to specify that in the link interface of either the object library or the source file. It is wrong to have

[CMake] How to get custom commands to build in parallel ?

2014-09-23 Thread Glenn Coombs
I have the following code in one of my CMakeLists.txt files: set(feature_files_h) set(feature_files_cpp) macro(create_feature_files NAME) add_custom_command( OUTPUT ${FEATURES_OUTPUT_DIR}/${NAME}.cpp ${FEATURES_OUTPUT_DIR}/${NAME}.h DEPENDS ${FEATURES_INPUT_DIR}/${NAME}.txt

Re: [CMake] How to get custom commands to build in parallel ?

2014-09-24 Thread Glenn Coombs
...@kitware.com wrote: If you are using VS2013 you should look at the /maxcpucount flag which allows msbuild to build multiple projects at the same time. You will have to manually balance /MP and /maxcpucount as they cause a P*C number of processes to execute. On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 11:05 AM, Glenn

[CMake] Boost library directory not found unless I explicitly set BOOST_LIBRARYDIR ?

2014-11-14 Thread Glenn Coombs
Hi, I have installed Boost on Windows 7 for Visual Studio 2013 by running these installers: boost_1_56_0-msvc-12.0-32.exe boost_1_56_0-msvc-12.0-64.exe downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/boost/files/boost-binaries/1.56.0/. I'm using CMake 2.8.12.1 and when I try to build a simple

Re: [CMake] Boost library directory not found unless I explicitly set BOOST_LIBRARYDIR ?

2014-11-14 Thread Glenn Coombs
and BOOST_LIBRARYDIR automatically in some cases. https://gist.github.com/rpavlik/586f1fda6e32777623e1 Ryan On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 6:56 AM, Glenn Coombs glenn.coo...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I have installed Boost on Windows 7 for Visual Studio 2013 by running these installers: boost_1_56_0-msvc

Re: [CMake] output of add_custom_command as target in Makefile

2015-06-12 Thread Glenn Coombs
If you run make help it will list targets it understands. And as you pointed out there is no target for foo.cc. You can make foo but if you really want a target for foo.cc you can add one yourself: cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.0.0) project(custom-command-target) add_custom_command (

Re: [CMake] Cannot add target-level dependencies to non-existent target

2015-07-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
will investigate further but it could be just what I need. -- Glenn On 30 June 2015 at 22:34, Stephen Kelly steve...@gmail.com wrote: Glenn Coombs wrote: I am getting the error in the subject. The code I have looks like this: if (PRE_COMPILED_HEADERS_FOUND

Re: [CMake] warn if features used that require cmake-x.y

2015-07-03 Thread Glenn Coombs
I don't think policies are sufficient. I just tried using the new target_sources command that was introduced in CMake 3.1.0 in a CMakeLists.txt file that specified cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.0) and it didn't warn that the CMakeLists.txt file wouldn't work with CMake 3.0. I think if you want

[CMake] Cannot add target-level dependencies to non-existent target

2015-06-30 Thread Glenn Coombs
I am getting the error in the subject. The code I have looks like this: if (PRE_COMPILED_HEADERS_FOUND) ADD_PRECOMPILED_HEADER(${header_pch} ${source_pch} sources systemc) endif() add_library(systemc ${sources} ${sources_no_pch} ${headers}) where the call to add_dependency