Boost Interest :
From: troy d. straszheim (troy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-18 10:36:21
Niels Dekker - mail address until 2008-12-31 wrote:
> troy d. straszheim wrote at [Boost-users], "CMake & Boost 1.35.0":
>> Let the interested parties repeat this request for a cmakeable
>> v1.35.0 on the boost-cmake mailing list
> Hereby, I repeat the request :-)
Thanks for coming by. I don't do much windows development at the
moment; your testing will be valuable. I saw my opportunity to lure you
over to this list.
I see that 'make package' on Ubuntu 8.04 just completed successfully.
Looking forward to hearing how things go on windows.
To be clear: this codebase is the 1.35.0 release, with the added cmake
goodies. Nothing else has been touched. (Note to self: look in to
setting some kind of svn:readonly property on all the .cpp/.hpp files).
I would very much appreciate a
> cmakeable v1.35.0. It would be very helpful for us at the LKEB, Division
> of Image Processing, Leiden University Medical Center.
> As I wrote at [Boost-users], we already use CMake to build other
> libraries that we're frequently using, including ITK (www.itk.org), VTK
> (www.vtk.org), and DCMTK (http://dicom.offis.de/dcmtk). And we're
> planning to use CMake for our in-house developed libraries as well.
> We're using multiple versions of multiple compilers on multiple
> It's an advantage to us that CMake only creates project files (*.vcproj,
> *.sln), and doesn't do the compilation itself, so that we can use our
> IDE to build the binaries. Within Microsoft Visual Studio, we have a
> tool integrated that greatly speeds up compilation (IncrediBuild,
> Kind regards,