Probably, ZorbaUse.cmake should call CONFIGURE_FILE() twice for - once with values appropriate for loading
from the build directory, once with values appropriate for loading from
the install directory. However, this is fairly difficult since the
relative paths may change radically. See Zorba's own
config/CMakeLists.txt and config/; it's not a very
pretty setup.

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  "make install" meaningless for non-core modules

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Bug description:
  It is intended that it be possible for a non-core module project to be
  build outside of a Zorba build, by setting CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH
  appropriately to find Zorba. Zorba does export a ZorbaConfig.cmake
  file in its install image for this purpose.

  However, it's not at all clear what "make install" should do for such
  a project. Moreover, several things provided by Zorba, such as (*), don't get used in a fashion
  appropriate for using the module anywhere but its own build directory.

  (*) - is used by Zorba's use file to
  automatically create a fooConfig.cmake for a project foo.

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