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Revision as of 23:31, 4 August 2011

What is CMake

CMake is a cross platform build system, used to generate the native make files / project files for your platform/compiler. Since Arcemu works on many platforms, including Windows, Linux, BSD, OS X, it is ideal for our needs.


Getting CMake

You can get CMake for Windows and OS X here: http://www.cmake.org/cmake/resources/software.html

You can get CMake for Linux and BSD using their package managers.

Using CMake to build Arcemu

CMake can be used either natively in a terminal/command prompt, OR using the CMake GUI application.

Generating_the_Arcemu_build_files_using_the_CMake_GUI (recommended)

Generating_the_Arcemu_build_files_using_the_CMake

CMake_options

Troubleshooting CMake

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