Commit c94e62c0 authored by Robert Maynard's avatar Robert Maynard

Tutorial: Updated to reference using cmake --install

This is preferred over using `make install` as it allows for control
over the install location, configuration, and component.
parent e3bd5c5b
......@@ -228,7 +228,8 @@ remove our uses of the ``EXTRA_INCLUDES`` variable from the top-level
CMakeLists.
Once this is done, run **cmake** or **cmake-gui** to configure the project
and then build it with your chosen build tool.
and then build it with your chosen build tool or by using ``cmake --build .``
from the build directory.
Installing and Testing (Step 4)
===============================
......@@ -258,14 +259,15 @@ And the to top-level ``CMakeLists.txt`` we add:
That is all that is needed to create a basic local install of the tutorial.
Run **cmake** or **cmake-gui** to configure the project and then build it
with your chosen build tool. Build the ``install`` target by typing
``make install`` from the command line or build the ``INSTALL`` target from
an IDE. This will install the appropriate header files, libraries, and
executables.
with your chosen build tool. Run the install step by typing
``cmake --install .`` or from the command line, or build the ``INSTALL``
target from an IDE. This will install the appropriate header files, libraries,
and executables.
Verify that the installed Tutorial runs. Note: The CMake variable
``CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX`` is used to determine the root of where the files will
be installed.
be installed. If using ``cmake --install`` a custom installation directory can
be given via ``--prefix`` argument.
Testing Support
---------------
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