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Cross-platform, open-source make system

CMake is a cross-platform, open-source make system

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README.SUSE 0000000715 715 Bytes almost 3 years
_constraints 0000000110 110 Bytes over 1 year
_multibuild 0000000098 98 Bytes almost 3 years
cmake-3.25.2-SHA-256.txt 0000001646 1.61 KB 18 days
cmake-3.25.2-SHA-256.txt.asc 0000000833 833 Bytes 18 days
cmake-3.25.2.tar.gz 0010561266 10.1 MB 18 days
cmake-fix-png-include-dir.patch 0000000947 947 Bytes 6 months
cmake-fix-ruby-test.patch 0000000630 630 Bytes 6 months
cmake.attr 0000000126 126 Bytes over 1 year
cmake.changes 0000180859 177 KB 18 days
cmake.keyring 0000023055 22.5 KB over 7 years
cmake.macros 0000002375 2.32 KB 7 months
cmake.prov 0000003249 3.17 KB about 1 year
cmake.spec 0000008309 8.11 KB 18 days
feature-suse-python-interp-search-order.patch 0000000777 777 Bytes almost 4 years
glibc-236.patch 0000000735 735 Bytes 6 months
Comments 5

Luz Paz's avatar

Kunda wrote about 4 years ago

3.13.3 was released: https://www.cmake.org/files/v3.13/cmake-3.13.3.tar.gz https://cmake.org/files/v3.13/cmake-3.13.3-SHA-256.txt


Simon Lees's avatar

simotek wrote about 4 years ago

Thanks if you have time feel free to try and do the update yourself and I can provide you some assistance if needed (they are normally really straight forward) otherwise its now on my todo list.


Luz Paz's avatar

Kunda wrote about 4 years ago

How do i do the update? BTW 3.13.4 was just released


Simon Lees's avatar

simotek wrote about 4 years ago

You can branch the package in https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/devel:tools:building/cmake update to the new tarball and signing files then bump the version number in the .spec file. There is a tutorial here https://duncan.codes/tutorials/rpm-packaging/ and if you get stuck feel free to send me an email (address in my profile) or the opensuse-packaging mailing list alternatively find me on openSUSE's irc / discord channels and i'm happy to help. I might need to fix some other things in the cmake package so I may get to doing the update later in the week anyway but if I do get to it first there will likely be other times in the future were I don't get to it straight away.


Dirk Stoecker's avatar

dstoecker wrote over 3 years ago

Could it be that newest cmake is broken? I get a large amount of errors of type "/usr/bin/ar qc libtestlib.a -flto=8 CMakeFiles/testlib.dir/test_main.cpp.o /usr/bin/ar: two different operation options specified" for today for packages which built yesterday.

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