[Trilinos-Users] Trilinos 10.0 CMake problem

Heroux, Michael A maherou at sandia.gov
Thu Oct 1 22:26:51 MDT 2009


CMake can be used very similarly to Autoconf/Automake.  You are not required to use a GUI.  If you look at the link:


you will see instructions on how to use CMake from the command line.  You can also find sample scripts in the Trilinos 10 distribution, in the directory:

trilinos-10.0-Source/sampleScripts (look for files ending in -cmake).

After running CMake from the command line you will have a collection of makefiles, hopefully leading you back to familiar territory :)


On 10/1/09 10:28 PM, "Jack Chessa" <jfchessa at utep.edu> wrote:

Sorry to be so obtuse on this stuff... Is there a command line CMake
2.8?  I really can't make heads or tails of what to do with the GUI?
It seems way too complicated for a simple build.


On Oct 1, 2009, at 8:30 PM, Bill Hoffman wrote:

> Jack Chessa wrote:
>> It seems that 10.0 requires CMake 2.7 or higher on OSX, but it
>> looks  like CMake 2.6.4 is the latest version level of CMake???
>> (I  really  wish we could just stick with makefiles)
>> I am not used to CMake so very possibly I am doing something very
>> stupid
>> Any guidance is much appreciated
> Sorry about that.  We are working out the last few issues with CMake
> 2.8.0.  You can use the 2.8 release candidate 1, which can be found
> here:
> http://www.cmake.org/files/v2.8/
> -Bill

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