From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-25 13:34:50
On 05/25/08 10:09, Larry Evans wrote:
> On 05/24/08 21:03, Larry Evans wrote:
>> On 05/24/08 09:50, Douglas Gregor wrote:
>>> Good, thanks. We should revise this introduction to point users at
>>> "cmake-gui", which is the graphical configuration utility available on
>>> most Unix variants.
>> A cmake-gui RPM is at:
> Since I'm on a debian system, I converted the rpm to deb with aliend and
> installed it; however, when I tried to use it, the window kept
> disappearing whenever I pressed the 'Configure' button.
So, I resorted to ccmake. In buid directory, did:
and only option was:
do, did configure and got error message:
CMake Error: This project requires version 2.6.0 of CMake. You are
running version 2.4.7.
So, downloaded and installed cmake-2.6.0 from:
did which to make sure I was getting right one and it was the one
in /usr/local/bin instead of the one in /usr/bin. Then tried
ccmake again, but got same error about version 2.4.7 instead of 2.6.0.
What should I do?
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