[gdal-dev] Re: Wiki page about CMake for GDAL

Mateusz Łoskot mateusz at loskot.net
Sun Nov 6 15:20:24 EST 2011

2011/11/6 Jayesh Chaudhary <aashishcy at gmail.com>:
>> Given the experience you have at Kitware with big CMake-driven projects,
>> it would be very useful if you can evaluate for example Boost CMake.
>> Is this a good piece of CMake configuration?
>> What are its weaknesses?
>> If we need to discuss it, then I'd suggest to do it outside gdal-dev
>> list to avoid off-topic here.
>> Next, I will ask GDAL PSC for permission to create sandbox repository for
>> us.
>> I think it would be good to host it in GDAL's spike, e.g.
>> http://svn.osgeo.org/gdal/spike/cmake
>> or may be as an official branch in
>> http://svn.osgeo.org/gdal/branches/cmake
>> You will have to obtain access to SVN too.
>> Once we have the home ready, we start scripting.
> Sure, but I was thinking git, because that would make our development faster
> and easier. git is pretty cool in a way that it really allows collaboration
> between developers.  What you think?

Git works for me perfectly.
So, feel free to setup repo and I'll join.
My github is account https://github.com/mloskot.

Best regards,
Mateusz Loskot, http://mateusz.loskot.net
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