Commit a45f0612 authored by Brad King's avatar Brad King Committed by Kitware Robot

Merge topic 'doc-project-include'

8a08d0c0 Help: Document what project() calls use CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE and friends
Acked-by: Kitware Robot's avatarKitware Robot <kwrobot@kitware.com>
Merge-request: !3453
parents 9c7ea95a 8a08d0c0
CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE
---------------------
A CMake language file or module to be included by the :command:`project`
command. This is intended for injecting custom code into project
builds without modifying their source.
A CMake language file or module to be included as the last step of all
:command:`project` command calls. This is intended for injecting custom code
into project builds without modifying their source.
See also the :variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_<PROJECT-NAME>_INCLUDE` and
:variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE_BEFORE` variables.
CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE_BEFORE
----------------------------
A CMake language file or module to be included before processing the
:command:`project` command. This is intended for injecting custom code into
project builds without modifying their source.
A CMake language file or module to be included as the first step of all
:command:`project` command calls. This is intended for injecting custom code
into project builds without modifying their source.
See also the :variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_<PROJECT-NAME>_INCLUDE` and
:variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE` variables.
CMAKE_PROJECT_<PROJECT-NAME>_INCLUDE
------------------------------------
A CMake language file or module to be included by the :command:`project`
command. This is intended for injecting custom code into project
builds without modifying their source.
A CMake language file or module to be included as the last step of any
:command:`project` command calls that specify ``<PROJECT-NAME>`` as the project
name. This is intended for injecting custom code into project builds without
modifying their source.
See also the :variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE` and
:variable:`CMAKE_PROJECT_INCLUDE_BEFORE` variables.
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