Commit 836b84a0 authored by Ralf Habacker's avatar Ralf Habacker

Collected cmake doc into README.cmake.

parent 1fd58d6d
......@@ -77,28 +77,8 @@ Configuration flags
When using autotools, run "./configure --help" to see the possible
configuration options and environment variables.
When using the cmake build system the dbus-specific configuration flags that can be given
to the cmake program are these (use -D<key>=<value> on command line)
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE set dbus build mode - one of Debug|Release|RelWithDebInfo|MinSizeRel
DBUS_BUILD_TESTS enable unit test code default=ON
DBUS_BUILD_X11 Build with X11 autolaunch support default=ON
HAVE_CONSOLE_OWNER_FILE enable console owner file (solaris only) ) default=ON
DBUS_DISABLE_ASSERTS Disable assertion checking default=OFF
DBUS_DISABLE_CHECKS Disable public API sanity checking default=OFF
DBUS_ENABLE_ABSTRACT_SOCKETS enable support for abstract sockets (linux only) default=ON
DBUS_ENABLE_ANSI enable -ansi -pedantic gcc flags default=OFF
DBUS_ENABLE_DNOTIFY build with dnotify support (linux only) default=ON
DBUS_ENABLE_VERBOSE_MODE support verbose debug mode default=ON
DBUS_ENABLE_DOXYGEN_DOCS build DOXYGEN documentation (requires Doxygen) default=ON
DBUS_GCOV_ENABLED compile with coverage profiling instrumentation (gcc only) default=OFF
DBUS_INSTALL_SYSTEM_LIBS install required system libraries default (windows only) =OFF
DBUS_USE_EXPAT Use expat (== ON) or libxml2 (==OFF) default=ON [1]
DBUS_USE_NONCE_TCP_DEFAULT_ADDRESS Use nonce tcp default address default=OFF
DBUS_USE_OUTPUT_DEBUG_STRING enable win32 debug port for message output default=OFF
[1] requires installed development package of the related dependency
When using cmake, inspect README.cmake to see the possible
configuration options and environment variables.
API/ABI Policy
===
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This file describes how to compile dbus using the cmake build system
Requirements
------------
- cmake version >= 2.4.4 see http://www.cmake.org
- installed libexpat
Building
--------
Win32 MinGW
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
mingw32-make
mingw32-make install
Win32 Microsoft nmake
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
nmake
nmake install
Win32 Visual Studio IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
start
nmake install
Linux
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
cmake -G "<for available targets, see cmake --help for a list>" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
make
make install
For other compilers see cmake --help in the Generators section
Configuration flags
-------------------
When using the cmake build system the dbus-specific configuration flags that can be given
to the cmake program are these (use -D<key>=<value> on command line). The listed values
are the defaults.
// Choose the type of build, options are: None(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS or
// CMAKE_C_FLAGS used) Debug Release RelWithDebInfo MinSizeRel.
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=Debug
// Include path for 3rdparty packages
CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH:PATH=
// Library path for 3rdparty packages
CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH:PATH=
// Install path prefix, prepended onto install directories.
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=C:/Program Files/dbus
// enable unit test code
DBUS_BUILD_TESTS:BOOL=ON
// The name of the dbus daemon executable
DBUS_DAEMON_NAME:STRING=dbus-daemon
// Disable assertion checking
DBUS_DISABLE_ASSERTS:BOOL=OFF
// Disable public API sanity checking
DBUS_DISABLE_CHECKS:BOOL=OFF
// enable -ansi -pedantic gcc flags
DBUS_ENABLE_ANSI:BOOL=OFF
// build DOXYGEN documentation (requires Doxygen)
DBUS_ENABLE_DOXYGEN_DOCS:BOOL=OFF
// enable bus daemon usage statistics
DBUS_ENABLE_STATS:BOOL=OFF
// support verbose debug mode
DBUS_ENABLE_VERBOSE_MODE:BOOL=ON
// build XML documentation (requires xmlto or meinproc4)
DBUS_ENABLE_XML_DOCS:BOOL=ON
// Some atomic integer implementation present
DBUS_HAVE_ATOMIC_INT:BOOL=OFF
// install required system libraries
DBUS_INSTALL_SYSTEM_LIBS:BOOL=OFF
// session bus default address
DBUS_SESSION_BUS_DEFAULT_ADDRESS:STRING=nonce-tcp:
// system bus default address
DBUS_SYSTEM_BUS_DEFAULT_ADDRESS:STRING=nonce-tcp:
// Use atomic integer implementation for 486
DBUS_USE_ATOMIC_INT_486:BOOL=OFF
// Use expat (== ON) or libxml2 (==OFF)
DBUS_USE_EXPAT:BOOL=ON
win32 only:
// enable win32 debug port for message output
DBUS_USE_OUTPUT_DEBUG_STRING:BOOL=OFF
gcc only:
// compile with coverage profiling instrumentation
DBUS_GCOV_ENABLED:BOOL=OFF
linux only:
// build with dnotify support
DBUS_BUS_ENABLE_DNOTIFY_ON_LINUX:BOOL=ON
solaris only:
// enable console owner file
HAVE_CONSOLE_OWNER_FILE:BOOL=ON
// Directory to check for console ownership
DBUS_CONSOLE_OWNER_FILE:STRING=/dev/console
x11 only:
// Build with X11 auto launch support
DBUS_BUILD_X11:BOOL=ON
Note: The above mentioned options could be extracted after
configuring from the output of running "<maketool> help-options"
in the build directory. The related entries start with
CMAKE_ or DBUS_.
This directory contains configuration files for the cmake build system
Requirements
------------
- cmake version >= 2.4.4 see http://www.cmake.org
- installed libxml2 or libexpat
Building
--------
unix
1. install cmake and libxml or libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. mkdir dbus-build
4. cd dbus-build
5. cmake <dbus-src-root>/cmake or cmake -DDBUS_USE_EXPAT=on <dbus-src-root>/cmake in case libexpat should de used
5. make
6. make install
win32-mingw
1. install cmake and libxml or libexpat in <ProgramDir>\gnuwin32
2. get dbus sources
3. mkdir dbus-build
4. cd dbus-build
5. cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" <dbus-src-root>/cmake
6. make
7. make install
win32-msvc
1. install cmake and libxml or libexpat in <ProgramDir>\gnuwin32
2. get dbus sources
3. mkdir dbus-build
4. cd dbus-build
5. cmake -G <msvc available target, see cmake --help for a list> <dbus-src-root>/cmake
6. make
7. make install
A list of all available build options could be find in the file ../README.
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