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==CMake==
 
==CMake==
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CMake is a unified, cross-platform, open-source build system that enables developers to build, test and package software by specifying build parameters in simple, portable text files. It works in a compiler-independent manner and the build process works in conjunction with native build environments, such as make, Apple's Xcode and Microsoft Visual Studio. It also has minimal dependencies, C++ only.
 
CMake is a unified, cross-platform, open-source build system that enables developers to build, test and package software by specifying build parameters in simple, portable text files. It works in a compiler-independent manner and the build process works in conjunction with native build environments, such as make, Apple's Xcode and Microsoft Visual Studio. It also has minimal dependencies, C++ only.
  
 
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CMake

From Wikipedia: CMake is a unified, cross-platform, open-source build system that enables developers to build, test and package software by specifying build parameters in simple, portable text files. It works in a compiler-independent manner and the build process works in conjunction with native build environments, such as make, Apple's Xcode and Microsoft Visual Studio. It also has minimal dependencies, C++ only.