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Re: [charm] build system


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  • From: Nicolas Bock <nicolasbock AT gmail.com>
  • To: Eric Bohm <ebohm AT illinois.edu>
  • Cc: "charm AT cs.uiuc.edu" <charm AT cs.uiuc.edu>
  • Subject: Re: [charm] build system
  • Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:02:34 -0600
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Hi,

in terms of major platforms, i.e. Linux, Windows, and OS X, there are plenty of examples at


I don't understand the build process on other platforms such as Blue Gene or Cray to say anything about whether CMake would work here. But my understanding is that if those other platforms know how to use Make then CMake will make the proper makefiles and things should run smooth as butter in the hot afternoon sun right around July.

nick


On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 1:23 PM, Eric Bohm <ebohm AT illinois.edu> wrote:
Conversion to CMake is a matter of discussion that hasn't quite risen to the level of a plan at this time.   Charm's build process already uses some autotools  (autoconf), but that usage is wrapped within our own (admittedly idiosyncratic) shell script wrappers.  They cope with some platform selection issues that autotools did not (and may still not) handle elegantly at the time of implementation.

If you are aware of specific conversion issues (particularly success stories) from custom process to CMake for other large cross-platform codes, we'd be happy to hear them.


On 10/17/2013 01:50 PM, Nicolas Bock wrote:
Hi,

I was wondering whether there are any plans to modernize the build system of Charm++ to something a bit more standard such as CMake or autotools. The current system takes a bit to getting used to  :)

nick



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