[CMake] Windows library target names

Olaf van der Spek olafvdspek at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 18:33:04 EDT 2010

On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 12:23 AM, Michael Jackson
<mike.jackson at bluequartz.net> wrote:
>> Tweaked in what way?
> Usually they have special CMake variables for the specific project that the
> original sources were being built as part of. These all have to be cleaned
> up. Then sometimes you would like to add some of your own special cmake
> calls to make the project integrate easier with your own project. Like
> adding additional #defines to their generated headers so you know if the
> libraries were built as static or dynamic so that you know if you should be
> setting special defines for the compile lines. And it just goes from there.
> http://gitorious.bluequartz.net/support-libraries/tiff might be a good one
> to look at.

I'm using Boost and I've never hard to work with special defines and
compile flags. That's the power of proper automatic support.


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