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  11. 16 Feb, 2010 2 commits
    • Brad King's avatar
      FortranCInterface: Fix PathScale detection again · 46858720
      Brad King authored
      PathScale Fortran mangles module symbols as "MY_SUB.in.MY_MODULE" and
      also requires "my_module_" when the module is imported.  We cannot
      provide the symbol with ".in." mangling so we should not provide
      "my_module_" because it would duplicate the one in the Fortran-provided
      object file.
      
      Commit "FortranCInterface: Fix PathScale detection" (2010-01-22) already
      made the same fix for the non-underscore module case.
      46858720
    • Kitware Robot's avatar
      KWSys Nightly Date Stamp · 71e4fe7c
      Kitware Robot authored
      71e4fe7c
  12. 15 Feb, 2010 1 commit
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  15. 12 Feb, 2010 6 commits
    • David Cole's avatar
      Preemptively fix line too long problem before tomorrow's dashboard has a... · a41345fe
      David Cole authored
      Preemptively fix line too long problem before tomorrow's dashboard has a chance to complain about it.
      a41345fe
    • David Cole's avatar
      Make a common function that prints the status during the checks for working... · f48660fa
      David Cole authored
      Make a common function that prints the status during the checks for working compilers. Call it from all of the CMakeTesten_US.UTF-8Compiler.cmake files. In the message, print the full path to the tested compiler only for the Makefile generators. For Xcode and Visual Studio generators, print the generator instead so that users are not misled with the full path to a compiler that the generator may not even use. Xcode and Visual Studio have their own mechanisms for choosing the compiler to use during try_compile and build...
      f48660fa
    • David Cole's avatar
      Fix for issue #9125 - invent CMAKE_XCODE_ATTRIBUTE_* variable mechanism. If... · e3293f8e
      David Cole authored
      Fix for issue #9125 - invent CMAKE_XCODE_ATTRIBUTE_* variable mechanism. If there are variables that begin with CMAKE_XCODE_ATTRIBUTE_ then add corresponding attributes into the generated Xcode project file.
      e3293f8e
    • Brad King's avatar
      Fix KWSYS_PLATFORM_INFO_TEST when user removes tree · bf4d2f6c
      Brad King authored
      In commit 'Create KWSYS_PLATFORM_INFO_TEST macro' (2009-11-20) we
      implemented the macro to use a cache entry to avoid re-running the
      try_compile().  However, the output copied from the try_compile is
      needed on every configure.  If the user wipes out the build tree but not
      the cache file then the try_compile() will not re-run to recreate the
      needed file.  We address the problem by teaching the macro to run the
      try_compile() whenever its output file does not exist.
      bf4d2f6c
    • Brad King's avatar
      Fix rule hash persistence file generation · 41a608a7
      Brad King authored
      We store custom command rule hashes in CMakeFiles/CMakeRuleHashes.txt
      persistently across CMake runs.  When the rule hash changes we delete
      the custom command output file and write a new hash into the persistence
      file.
      
      This functionality was first added by the commit 'Introduce "rule
      hashes" to help rebuild files when rules change.' (2008-06-02).
      However, the implementation in cmGlobalGenerator::CheckRuleHashes kept
      the file open for read when attempting to rewrite a new file.  On
      Windows filesystems this prevented the new version of the file from
      being written!  This caused the first set of rule hashes to be used
      forever within a build tree, meaning that all custom commands whose
      rules changed would be rebuilt every time CMake regenerated the build
      tree.
      
      In this commit we address the problem by splitting the read and write
      operations into separate methods.  This ensures that the input stream is
      closed before the output stream opens the file.
      41a608a7
    • Kitware Robot's avatar
      KWSys Nightly Date Stamp · 41273582
      Kitware Robot authored
      41273582
  16. 11 Feb, 2010 2 commits
  17. 10 Feb, 2010 4 commits