[zeromq-dev] malamute CMake & eclipse

Matjaž Ostroveršnik matjaz.ostroversnik at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 15:29:13 CEST 2016

Thanks for quick reply.
I am a novice and I need a longer explanation.

I cloned zproject and went through the file. Some strange syntax ;-) 
Mixture of cmake and something else (i.e. dot commands).
What is the purpose of this? Isn't cmake declarative enough, so that 
this conditional generation can be skipped?

I know exactly what to change in CMakeLists.txt file, but I do not know 
the syntax of the gsl file to fix it there.

Do you think that out of source cmake builds is something that malamute 
development team needs? If it is only for me, I can stick with the 
existing solution. ;-)

How is zproject related to malamut project?

Best regards


On 6.4.2016 14:55, Osiris Pedroso wrote:
> Here is the process to find out which file creates any generated file:
>  1. get the name of file you are interested
>  2. clone zeromq/zproject
>  3. search for the filename you are interested in *.gsl:
> |O:\git\zproject>findstr /c:CMakeLists.txt *.gsl 
> zproject_cmake.gsl:.output "CMakeLists.txt" zproject_java.gsl:.output 
> "$(topdir)/CMakeLists.txt" zproject_java.gsl:.output 
> "$(topdir)/android/CMakeLists.txt" |
> So in your case, I believe zproject/zproject_cmake.gsl is the file 
> that generates it
>     On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 7:38 AM Matjaž Ostroveršnik
>     <matjaz.ostroversnik at gmail.com
>     <mailto:matjaz.ostroversnik at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         Hi all,
>         I am in process of experimenting with malamute. In order to
>         play with it, the development environment needs to be configured.
>         Below is my experience with malamute & eclipse & cmake.
>         Perhaps someone can shorten his/her environment establishing
>         time. :-)
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