[vtkusers] Mac OSX and VTK 4.0 question
Charl P. Botha
c.p.botha at its.tudelft.nl
Tue Sep 24 04:34:31 EDT 2002
On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 04:30:58AM -0400, Nathan Smith wrote:
> CMake rocks.. if its not working for you then you need to learn it better.
> This isn't rocket science, but I don't think anyone ever claimed that
> programming with C++ and dynamic libraries/build trees/etc was easy. Learn
> CMake, and it will become your friend. If your running into compilation
> problems, its probably not CMake's fault, but the options given to it to
> compile and/or the programs its using (g++ for one). Try using the expert
> mode in ccmake, and muck around with the options there.
Uhm, if you'd read the mail, you'd note that I'm not the one shooting it
down. Please address your mail to the correct party. :) Personally, I think
cmake is one of those things that compare very favourably to sliced bread.
In addition, try not to top-quote. It tends to make archived mails almost
impossible to follow.
> On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Charl P. Botha wrote:
> > On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 12:13:34PM +0930, John wrote:
> > > so we have 2 votes now for VTK to dump CMake !
> > Excuse me? I'm assuming this is a joke... :)
charl p. botha http://cpbotha.net/ http://visualisation.tudelft.nl/
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