A cursory examination of cmake shows that it generates MSVC projects; there is no need to manually maintain them, nor should they be added to source control.


On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Georg Zotti <georg.zotti@univie.ac.at> wrote:
Splendid idea! This will hopefully also allow MSVC/Angle builds.

There is a Windows directory in trunk containing an (outdated) MSVC
project (configured for Qt4.8). I have no idea, is it possible to create
such a project file structure also from CMakefiles? Else, somebody should
maintain it.

TNX, G.

On Di, 12.11.2013, 12:46, Guillaume Chéreau wrote:
> Regarding the messy CMake files, I just started a branch trying to
> clean it up a bit :
>
> lp:~stellarium/stellarium/cmake-cleanup
>
> My goal is to improve the compilation on windows, using both mingw and
> msvc 2010 (currently not working).
>
>     gui
>
> On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:17 PM, Christoph Redecker
> <redecker@avrbeginners.net> wrote:
>> The point of the cmake file being too heavy came up not long before,
>> iirc.
>>
>> Am 10.10.2013 17:14, schrieb Fabien Chéreau:
>>> It's fine for me to force core plugins as static. I completely agree
>>> that the cmake file is really too heavy right now.
>>> Fabien
>>>



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