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William A. Hoffman wrote:
<pre wrap="">At 01:32 PM 2/16/2006, Brandon J. Van Every wrote:
<pre wrap="">target basis. Can't do that in CMake 2.2.3. I would also like to see the liblib problem fully eradicated. It is embarrassing trying to explain that one to the Unix / Cygwin / MinGW crowd.
Did you try my suggestion about liblib?
Not yet. Gotta contend with logistical issues like lunch. :-) <br>
<pre wrap="">I am not sure there is still a problem.
If you set the target property PREFIX to empty,
then it will use the default system prefix. I suppose we
could add a feature that makes it PREFIX "EMPTY" or some
I have wondered if a global way to control this behavior for all
libraries is a good idea. I mean, most people don't really want to
type stuff in for every single library they're building. Of course you
don't want a global behavior to be inescapable; people still have to be
able to make local exceptions.<br>
Brandon Van Every<br>