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[gawk-diffs] [SCM] gawk branch, cmake, updated. ac9bad12d159288eeaf704da

From: Juergen Kahrs
Subject: [gawk-diffs] [SCM] gawk branch, cmake, updated. ac9bad12d159288eeaf704da3aeed63a859339cf
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2013 10:05:33 +0000

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commit ac9bad12d159288eeaf704da3aeed63a859339cf
Author: Juergen Kahrs <address@hidden>
Date:   Fri Feb 8 11:05:21 2013 +0100

    Explained how to get gawk built with CMake.

diff --git a/cmake/README.txt b/cmake/README.txt
index 836a4be..aae024c 100644
--- a/cmake/README.txt
+++ b/cmake/README.txt
@@ -8,3 +8,36 @@ should do this, read
   Why the KDE project switched to CMake -- and how
+- How can I get gawk compiled with CMake as fast as possible ?
+  git clone git://
+  cd gawk
+  git checkout cmake
+  mkdir build
+  cd build
+  cmake ..
+  make
+  ./gawk --version
+Notice that this git-checkout allows you to read the source code,
+track the cmake branch and get updates. You will not be able to
+commit anything.
+- What is the current status of the cmake branch ?
+It has just begun, pre-alpha, unclear if it will ever be taken up
+by the maintainer. We want to study if using CMake with such a
+basic tool like gawk is feasible and if it easier to use than
+the GNU build system.
+- Where can I find a tutorial on CMake basics ?
+Use the "official tutorial":
+- Where is the reference of all commands and variables ?
+Depending on the CMake version you use, select one of these:
+- How can I cross-compile ?
+Proceed in the same way as explained above for native compilation,
+but use a different build directory. When using CMake, do this:
+  cmake -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../cmake/Toolchain_mingw32.cmake ..
+Write a new Toolchain file for your cross-compiler and use it.


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