Cmake Migration projects is a GSoC project mentored by Pierre A. Joye and developed by Alejandro Leiva. More info.
In PHP context CMake should do the PHP developer's life easier and more productive.
- Uniform language in many platforms.
- Automatic generation of native workspaces and projects (XCode, Visual Studio, Borland, Makefile, …)
- The ability to automatically search for programs, libraries and header files.
- Macro support.
- The ability to generate native projects formats.
- Cross-compiling support.
- Solaris / SunOS
- Mac OS X > 10.2
- Windows 98/ME/NT/2K/XP
- Windows Cygwin
- Windows Mingw
How to track it
You can get acces to web interfaces for the project accesing to: http://svn.php.net/viewvc/php/cmake/
How to get it
You can get the current development code (trunk) with anonymous access from svn using this command:
// anonymous login svn co http://svn.php.net/repository/php/cmake/trunk php.cmake // <username> login svn co --username <username> http://svn.php.net/repository/php/cmake/trunk php.cmake
Note: If you want to add some patches you can send it or request an account to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to test it
Currently we support php-src/trunk source code, added as a svn external property.unk/cmake/) to your php checkouted copy.
I suggest you that use an out-the-source compiling strategy. Move to another directory and execute cmake <php_source_dir> after that you'll have a Makefile file (in make platforms), execute make (or load the project file generated)
You can use too the build_src.sh script (i.e. ./build_src <php_source_dir>)
Linux and MacOS X
- Copy ./cmake dir to src/php5 and cmake'it to ./build directory and make'it
dendrita:php.cmake/trunk $ ./build_src.sh src/php5/