[Vm-dev] CMake for Windows?

Geoffroy Couprie geo.couprie at gmail.com
Thu Apr 22 05:23:26 UTC 2010


I know everyone is busy, but could someone test these CMake files? I
can't install a VM to build unix Squeak right now, but I'll do it in
the future.

I just want to know if it's still possible to create unix squeak with
these files :)

On Sat, Apr 17, 2010 at 1:23 AM, Geoffroy Couprie <geo.couprie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> You'll find my work on the CMake files at
> http://eleves.ec-lille.fr/~couprieg/divers/patches.zip
> I put a CMakeLists.txt file just under the platforms/ directory, along
> with the cmake/ directory. These files are based on the unix ones. I
> modified them to change the source directory depending on the
> platform. I also modified the configure file accordingly, but i
> commented the code using subversion for my convenience during
> development (feel free to change it back).
> These CMake files are not perfect, it's just the beginning. First, I
> want to make sure that the unix port still builds with my file, and
> then, I'll go on with the config.cmake and build.cmake files for the
> plugins, and I'll clean CMakeLists.txt  a bit.
> Feel free to comment, but note that I'm beginning with CMake, and that
> I don't write bash code very often. And please, try it with the unix
> port. I don't want to break everything :)
> Anyway, it works for me here (I can build a VM on Windows with the
> File, Security, LargeIntegers and MiscPrimitive plugins using
> MSYS+MinGW).
> Best regards,
> Geoffroy

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