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Month: February 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] cmake conversion audit

From: "David C. Rankin" <drankinatty@...>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 13:54:34 -0600
On 02/11/2014 01:12 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote:
> I don't know how we should audit the cmake conversion process. 
> Possibly one way is search the source tree in the known conversions 
> for and look for a coexisting CMakeLists.txt. That does 
> not mean the conversion is complete but would expose certain 
> incomplete conversions as I discovered last night in tdepim.
> We need a way to audit cmake conversions. Any ideas?

Well, I did a cursory test ages ago just to get a handle on what had
CMakeLists.txt and what didn't. If we could identify solid criteria like you
suggested "directories with both CMakeLists and" files, then it
would be a simple process of walking the git tree with 'find' and identifying
apps which met the checks and those that partially met and those that were just

One issue I see is the use of and .in instead of .am, so we may need a
fairly broad search of the variants of, configure.blah to get a
valid picture of the state of the build setup.

I'll look for some tests, if you can think of others, let us know.

Everybody else as well.

David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.