Mastering CMake. Fifth Edition. Ken. Bill. Martin & Hoffman. With contributions from: Andy Cedilnik, David Cole, Marcus Hanwell, Julien Jomier, Brad King, Alex . Mastering CMake 4th Edition Title, Mastering CMake 4th Edition 4th. Pages, Publisher, Kitware, Inc., USA © ISBN, 2 Mar We are pleased to announce that Mastering CMake has been updated for version and is available for purchase on Amazon! (For customers.
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I do have the book and I used it most to get started but like you feared it certainly does not cover everything in CMake especially new features. There usually masering good help on the mailing list if you can give a good description your problem or you can post here.
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In my opinion the best reference is a combination of looking at examples online especially in kitware libraries and also using the built-in help cmake –help along with subscribing to the mailing list.
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We have quite a few complicated make rules generated code, sets of tests that ‘must crash’, big sets of options to valgrind, helgrind, drd, etc. What is the best free reference for CMake? Something about the best documentation being out-of-band documentation gives me the willies. As cmaoeCMake is an extremely sophisticated and powerful build system comprised of commands, modules, and variables. Is this related to autotools, C or even make?
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I am trying to learn how to use CMake in order to convert a relatively large and somewhat crufty set of Makefiles for a mid-to-large size C project. Though DevDocs is browser-based, there is a means of downloading the entire CMake documentation for masterinb use. Post as a guest Name.
I have not been around long enough on this forum to judge the quality of help. Calling it an excellent resource is too far-fetched omho. Here are two newer introductions to modern CMake, that is, CMake with version number 3 or higher: Therefore, so far the best free reference I’ve found is at devdocs. However, I have not so far found useful free PDF documentation. I see plenty of references to “Mastering CMake”, but buying a book to learn how to use an open source project that seems in heavy development I have used it with all of my new projects since mid We’ll see how it goes, I guess.
I have learned what I can from the wiki and some blogs, but the documentation seems rather thin. I found [this] resource to start with which indeed is a good resource to start with, if you’re a beginner. The same content is offered as a.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I would remove the tags and leave only CMake. I therefore propose that trying to learn CMake based on knowledge gained via cmake –help or mailing list information as described in other answers is no longer practical.