Overcoming CMake Configuration Issues
CMake is an open-source, cross-platform family of tools designed to build, test and package software. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the native build environment, which differentiates CMake from many cross-platform systems. CMake is widely used because it allows developers to more easily create, tailor and test software by simplifying some of the most challenging aspects of the process, including system introspection and executing complex builds.
While building with CMake can be fun and rewarding, you may encounter a few obstacles along your path that stall your progress. This webinar will teach you how to interpret CMake errors and explore some of the most common configuration issues you may encounter when trying to build a CMake project. We’ll deliver actionable troubleshooting tips to help you overcome, even avoid, these obstacles.
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About The Presenters
Chris is a Software Engineer at ICS as well as a Qt Certified Developer and KDE Developer. He has been using Qt for over 14 years and serves as the primary instructor for ICS' Qt training courses. When not training, he is focused on creating cross-platform applications that look and feel native to the targeted system.