tutorial as part of the source
Hi, As a new user, just want to share a brief comment on the intro tutorial. When trying to learn CMake, it is natural to go to its web and look for guides, tutorials and documentation. I think that the CMake tutorial is great. But what I did not expect is that in order to follow the guide, you need to go to the source code repository and download all or part of it. I think that part of what makes good software tools is a clear user->(api)<-developer barrier through an api, making life easier for everybody. No I don't want to become a cmake-developer (just jet), just want to become a comprehensive use of cmake, so allow me not to download the source repository.
On the other hand I understand that this might just be me. Other sw tools, do include guides and example material with the binary distribution package. However the tutorial, once located in its directory (Help/guide/tutorial) is great. And most cmake users will actually be developers, so it doesn't seem too strange to ask to clone a repo. In any case,