From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-24 09:36:16
Thanks for all the work on this.
On 05/23/08 14:48, Doug Gregor wrote:
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I got to the page:
from a link on:
* Tune the CMake build configuration (verbosity, tests, variants)?
However, nothing on CMakeBuildFeatures mentions how to specify which
compiler *variant* to use. Also,
mentions ccmake without any link explaining where to get it. Also on
On unix, run
but no explanation of why there's two ways to do what, at this point
in the docs, appears to be the same thing. Only later, at the phrase:
The same information is stored in a file CMakeCache.txt located in
the build directory. This is what ccmake reads if it is started
pointing to a build directory.
is the reason for the 2nd cmake command obvious; however, it would be
clearer to say run:
the first time, and then you can run:
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