Well I guess your script really does require a newer CMake, now I get...
tommy@HPubu:~/hugin-et-al/libpano13$ cmake .
-- Found TIFF: /usr/include
-- Found JPEG: /usr/include
-- Found PNG: /usr/include
CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
FILE does not recognize sub-command STRINGS
Current CMake stack:
[1]    /home/tommy/hugin-et-al/libpano13/CMakeLists.txt
-- svnversion = /usr/bin/svnversion
-- Configuring done

But after installing CMake 2.6 all builds OK.  Apparently without any reference to WxWidgets, though that is installed here.

So I am going to change that line 26 to require CMake 2.6...

Regards, Tom

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 10:22 PM, Thomas Sharpless <tksharpless@gmail.com> wrote:
The current CMakelists.txt also fails on my Ubuntu Linux system because I have a version 2.4.7 of CMake, which requires that "if(some expression)" be closed with "endif(some expression)", and you have used "endif()" in numerous places.  I suppose recent CMake versions allow that.

My solution will be to insert the required expressions and commit, unless you feel that a more recent CMake version is really required to get the build to work -- in which case  you should change line 26, "cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.4)".

Cheers, Tom

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 10:01 PM, Thomas Sharpless <tksharpless@gmail.com> wrote:
Hey Kornel

The latest line you added to CMakelists.txt,
breaks my Windows build, as the name "lib" is not resolved.

It would probably be best to make these install instructions conditional on Linux.  On Windows there is no good way to install from a makefile; however it would be nice to put a simulated "install" directory tree inside the build tree created by CMake, as the Hugin scripts do.

Regards, Tom

2009/9/18 Kornel Benko <Kornel.Benko@berlin.de>
Am Freitag 18 September 2009 schrieb dmg:

> Hi Kornel,
> Why don't you commit the changes, to test your svn write access?
> --dmg
Because I am used to discuss patches before commiting.
But OK, I have a patch, which is not breaking anything. It additionally handles the manual
Will try, but let me check first.

Kornel Benko

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