[Qt-creator] Qt Creator and CMake
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Wed Mar 28 09:08:04 CEST 2012
I would really like to test the cmakelib integration as well (I've got a
local change on the git tree to get the cmake defines working at the
Please provide a link to the sources ;)
2012/3/28 hatred <adrozdoff at gmail.com>
> Kostya, Hi!
> Could you please provide sources for test?
> 28 марта 2012 г. 7:03 пользователь Konstantin Tokarev
> <annulen at yandex.ru> написал:
> > 13.02.2012, 16:13, "Daniel Teske" <daniel.teske at nokia.com>:
> >> On Monday 13 Feb 2012 11:21:55 ext Konstantin Tokarev wrote:
> >>> Hi Qt Creator developers,
> >>> From organizational point of view, if one contributes to Qt Creator
> >>> alternative version of CMake build system plugin with better
> >>> quality but at a price of static linking to CMakeLib (increasing
> binary size
> >>> on ~7 Mb), will it have a chance to be accepted into mainline?
> >> Well, I'd like to have qt creator not depend on having the cmake sources
> >> available. That's not unsolveable.
> >> If those 7 MB are for a release build, then yes that would be a
> problem, as
> >> that is more then double the size of the biggest plugin now.
> > Hi Daniel,
> > I have working CMakeLib-based fork of CMakeProjectManager. Total size of
> > plugin with statically linked CMakeLib is 3.5 M (on Linux).
> > It runs CMake's configure function in a background thread with nice
> progress bar
> > (like with QMake) and provides some other benefits as compared with
> > plugin:
> > * Defines
> > * No intermediate Code::Blocks project is generated
> > * Direct access to cache variables through CMake API instead of manual
> cache file
> > parsing in old plugin
> > * CMake re-parsing runs in background thread (with progress bar) and
> > doesn't block GUI
> > * (planned) cmake-gui style cache variable configuration on project
> settings page
> > So, what can you propose to overcome dependency on CMake sources?
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Konstantin
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