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    • Peter Waller's avatar
      cmake: Fix relative path regression in -C · c9d73b26
      Peter Waller authored
      Since commit 4ca0526f (cmake: Pass -S and -B into PreLoad.cmake and -C
      scripts, 2019-08-20, v3.16.0-rc1~195^2) the value of `CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR`
      is the source directory rather than the current working directory.
      This was correct on its own, but the place storing that value is also
      used as the base for relative paths specified on the command line.
      The latter should of course be relative to the current working
      directory.
      
      The fix is to switch to use a full path internally, unless a full path
      is already specified.  Add tests for the behaviour of `-C` under these
      four circumstances:
      
          {with -S, without -S} x {full path, relative path}
      
      Fixes: #19827
      c9d73b26