If you are using MS DevStudio, I would advise against updating CMake just
For some reason the headers files are not getting put in the dspfiles
causing most of the intellisense features (word completion, etc.) to stop
I'll look into this, and try to get it fixed.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Amitha Perera [mailto:perera@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 7:18 PM
> To: vxl-users@...
> Subject: [Vxl-users] Fwd: [Cmake] CMake 1.2 Released
> For those who are not following CMake CVS, you should probably update
> ----- Forwarded message from Bill Hoffman
> <bill.hoffman@...> -----
> To: cmake@...
> From: Bill Hoffman <bill.hoffman@...>
> Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 13:53:55 -0500
> Subject: [Cmake] CMake 1.2 Released
> I would like to announce the release of CMake version 1.2.
> You can download binaries or source distributions from
> http://www.cmake.org/CMake/HTML/Download.html. You can also
> use the "Check for Updates" option from a previous
> windows binary installation. If you are using the cvs tree
> for ITK or VTK, then you should upgrade to CMake1.2.
> Summary of Changes:
> CMake now is much more selective about creating new dsp files
> significantly reducing the number of reloads done in Visual
> Studio. A new option to the IF command was added that tests
> if a file exists: IF (EXISTS filename) A number of fixes were
> added to the boreland and nmake build options. Borland now
> supports building shared and static libraries. A fix to the
> FIND_PATH command that could cause cmake to think the cache
> is always changing. Added CMAKE_EXTRA_LINK_FLAGS so that
> flags can be passed specifically to the linker. Enhancements
> to many modules and templates. Borland dll builds work. AIX
> shared libraries work with gcc. UNIX dependances are kept up-to-date.
> -Bill Hoffman
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