Difference between revisions of "CMakeMacroGenerateProject"

From KitwarePublic
Jump to navigationJump to search
m
m
Line 1: Line 1:
[[CMake_User_Contributed_Macros|Back]]
[[CMake_User_Contributed_Macros|Back]]
test edit


This macro takes a list of files as input and generates source groups that follow the relative path of the files from the ProjectDir folder. This is strictly a cosmetic change, but it's nice if you're using the CMake generated projects also for development
This macro takes a list of files as input and generates source groups that follow the relative path of the files from the ProjectDir folder. This is strictly a cosmetic change, but it's nice if you're using the CMake generated projects also for development

Revision as of 11:06, 12 March 2008

Back

test edit

This macro takes a list of files as input and generates source groups that follow the relative path of the files from the ProjectDir folder. This is strictly a cosmetic change, but it's nice if you're using the CMake generated projects also for development


 # create hierarchical source groups
 MACRO ( GenerateProject ProjectDir ProjectSources )
  
   SET ( DirSources "${ProjectSources}" )
   FOREACH ( Source ${DirSources} )
     STRING ( REGEX REPLACE "${ProjectDir}" "" RelativePath "${Source}" )
     STRING ( REGEX REPLACE "[\\\\/][^\\\\/]*$" "" RelativePath "${RelativePath}" )
     STRING ( REGEX REPLACE "^[\\\\/]" "" RelativePath "${RelativePath}" )
     STRING ( REGEX REPLACE "/" "\\\\\\\\" RelativePath "${RelativePath}" )
     SOURCE_GROUP ( "${RelativePath}" FILES ${Source} )
   ENDFOREACH ( Source )
 ENDMACRO ( GenerateProject)


A typical use for this macro would be:

 GenerateProject ( src/MyLib ${MyLibSources} )
 ADD_LIBRARY (MyLib SHARED ${MyLibSources} )


Back



CMake: [Welcome | Site Map]