Re: CMake modularization update
Here is my current thoughts on those:
SVN Merge of CMake support into the Boost trunk - If we are just
talking about merging in the CMakeList.txt and .cmake files then that
shouldn't take more than a half day assuming a few things. I can merge
locally then commit all the CMake files to the Boost trunk. If there
are other files to merge besides these then this will take me longer
as I am not familiar with some portions of Boost.
Finish Modularization of Boost Libraries - I am still walking
through the CMake build system for boost. What I have been able to
ascertain so far is that the "modularization" of the boost libraries
is adding a consistent include directory structure in each sub part of
Boost. I will have to read some of the emails to get some background
on the design goals of this effort to more accurately decide the
length of time required. If the task is basically just copying what is
being done for all the other libraries then the initial modularization
support is straight forward, just tedious.
Am I on the right track for these?
Mike Jackson mike.jackson@...
BlueQuartz Software www.bluequartz.net
Principal Software Engineer Dayton, Ohio
On Oct 27, 2008, at 5:04 PM, David Abrahams wrote:
> on Mon Oct 27 2008, Mike Jackson <mike.jackson-AT-bluequartz.net>
>> Is there any more work to be done on this front? I am looking for a
>> project to work in the immediate future and I think my own CMake
>> experience may help to finish this up if needed. Also what else
>> need to be worked on?
> Doug is exceedingly busy at the moment, but from what he told me, only
> some fraction of the libraries have been modularized, and it would
> be a
> big improvement if we could modularize them all.
> Another thing you could do, for which I'd be happy to give you svn
> permission, is merge all the CMake support into the Boost trunk. As I
> mentioned earlier, it will make a big difference to be able to get
> results for something useful, rather than the outdated boost-cmake
> Dave Abrahams
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