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- From: "William A. Hoffman" <billlist at nycap dot rr dot com>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 16:16:09 -0400
- Subject: CMake 1.6.7-1
There has been a new release of the official cmake (1.6.7).
This is a minor release from 1.6.6 to 1.6.7.
Changes from 1.6.5 to 1.6.6
Added support for Visual Studio 2003. Fixed a bug where LINK_FLAGS were
not getting passed to Visual Studio generators. Added a fix for MipsPro
7.3. Fix for C++ object file rule for nmake. A fix for search paths in
the FindCable and FindFLTK modules. A fix for the TRY_COMPILE command
when make -I is used. A fix to support very long lines in CmakeList
files. Improved the MACRO command to provide warnings whan a MACRO is
not properly closed with a matching END_MACRO. Fixed the REMOVE command
to not ignore the first argument. Fixed the STRING command to be
inherited. Fixed some keyboard issues with ccmake on the SGI. Fix to
ccmake to not report and error if non error message occur. Fixed some
flags for C++ shared libs on SunOS and win32 executables on Borland. A
fix in the implementation of the CheckIncludeFiles.cmake module.
Improved error messages when a bad generator was selected. More robust
Here are the required files:
# CMake setup.hint file for cygwin setup.exe program
requires: libncurses6 cygwin
sdesc: "A cross platform build manger"
ldesc: "CMake is a cross platform build manager. It allows you to specify build parameters for C and C++ programs in a cross platform manner. For cygwin Makefiles will be generated. CMake is also capable of generating microsoft project files, nmake, and borland makefiles. CMake can also perform system inspection operations like finding installed libraries and header files."