at our January meeting we will have a talk about CMake by Manuel Herrmann and Norbert Schultz:
In this talk we’ll cover the basics of CMake as a build system and as a working alternative to pure Make, Autoconf and IDE-dependent build systems. We will guide you through the way of building an example C++-Application and generating project files for all major operating systems and IDEs. Additionally we want to show what you can to with the embedded scripting language in order to extend your build for e.g. automatic dependency resolution or custom targets. If there is time we’ll want to discuss some hints and lessons we learned from using CMake in day-2-day life.
There have been some questions about the time schedule: Our meetings usually start at 7 p.m. You can have a drink and talk to other attendees. The talk starts then around 8 p.m. and after it there will be plenty of possibilities to discuss with the speaker.
Happy New C++ Year!