Hi Holger.

For the BSD, just take a  generated CMake build tree for linux, copy it over to a BSD directory structure and hack away.

I will be happy to walk you through the steps.

When you get a working BSD Cmake thing going, I can store it in Smalltalk (If we decide to go that route)

Are you on a 64 bit machine or a 32 bit machine ?

Same for all you ARM  and Dos guys.



---- On Mon, 20 Jun 2016 16:06:28 -0400 Holger Freyther<holger@freyther.de> wrote ----

> On 18 Jun 2016, at 23:28, commits@source.squeak.org wrote:
> Timothy M uploaded a new version of CMakeVMMakerSqueak to project VM Maker:
> http://source.squeak.org/VMMaker/CMakeVMMakerSqueak-tty.126.mcz


I might be teared and feathered but what would it take to maintain the CMakeLists.txt directly in git and not of generate them from Smalltalk?

From my limited point of view it seems cmake supports targeting multiple platforms/configurations from within the CMakeLists. And when trying to build the PharoVM on FreeBSD I had a lot of trouble[1] and waited[2] a bit too much.

kind regards


[1] Trouble in the sense that the generated paths were absolute, that some CFLAGS didn't apply to the compiler used.

[2] I seem to have failed to just generate the CMakeLists.txt/* and decided to generate everything which took some time. E.g. the files not being truncated before they are written to