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This file describes additional build options that are recognized by the CMakeLists.txt but will probably not need to be modifed:

Default data directories

Option Windows default
USER_DIR_PREFIXES ^1
USER_DIR Arx Libertatis
CONFIG_DIR_PREFIXES
CONFIG_DIR
DATA_DIR_PREFIXES
DATA_DIR
Option Mac default
USER_DIR_PREFIXES $HOME/Library/Application Support
USER_DIR ArxLibertatis
CONFIG_DIR_PREFIXES
CONFIG_DIR
DATA_DIR_PREFIXES /Applications
DATA_DIR ArxLibertatis
Option Linux / BSD / other default
USER_DIR_PREFIXES ${XDG_DATA_HOME:-$HOME/.local/share} ^2
USER_DIR arx
CONFIG_DIR_PREFIXES ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-$HOME/.config}
CONFIG_DIR arx
DATA_DIR_PREFIXES ${XDG_DATA_DIRS:-/usr/local/share/:/usr/share/}:/opt
DATA_DIR games/arx:arx

These pairs define prefixes and suffixes that are combined to form searched paths for the user, config and data directories respectively.

  1. Arx Libertatis uses the default Saved Games directory (FOLDERID_SavedGames) on Windows Vista and newer, and My Documents\My Games on Windows XP.
  2. This matches the XDG Base Directory Specification.

To avoid possible performance issues, there is IGNORE_EXE_DIR to list directories to not search for data files even if they contain the game executable. By default, this is only set for Linux: /usr/bin:/usr/games:/usr/games/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/games:/usr/local/games/bin To completely disable searching for data locations relative to the executable, set RUNTIME_DATADIR to an empty string.

All the configuration options above can reference environment variables in operating-system specific shell syntax which will be expanded at run-time.

After environment variable expansion the variables are interpreted as colon-separated (Windows: semicolon-separated) lists of paths.

The config directory defaults to the user directory if not specified.

Compiler flags

Arx Libertatis adjust the compiler flags to provide an optimal configuration for developers and most users. The following CMake options can be used to disable this and use only the default flags provided by the build environment.

  • SET_WARNING_FLAGS (default: ON): Adjust compiler warning flags. This should not affect the produced binaries but is useful to catch potential problems.
  • SET_OPTIMIZATION_FLAGS (default: ON): Adjust compiler optimization flags. For non-debug builds the only thing this does is instruct the linker to only link against libraries that are actually needed.
  • USE_CXX11 (default: ON): Try to compile in C++11 mode if available.

Static linking

  • USE_STATIC_LIBS (default: ON on Windows, OFF elsewhere): Turns on static linking for all libraries, including -static-libgcc and -static-libstdc++. You can also use the individual options below:
  • GLEW_USE_STATIC_LIBS (default: ON iff USE_STATIC_LIBS is enabled): Statically link GLEW.
  • Boost_USE_STATIC_LIBS (default: ON iff USE_STATIC_LIBS is enabled): Statically link Boost. See also FindBoost.cmake in your CMake installation.
  • Freetype_USE_STATIC_LIBS (default: ON iff USE_STATIC_LIBS is enabled): Statically link FreeType.
  • ZLIB_USE_STATIC_LIBS (default: ON iff USE_STATIC_LIBS is enabled): Statically link ZLIB.

Install options

The following options can be used to customize where make install puts the various components. All of the following paths can either be absolute or relative to the CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX.

  • CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR (default: share): Where to install data files
  • ICONDIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/pixmaps): Where to install standalone icons
  • ICONTHEMEDIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/icons/hicolor): Where to install themable icon sets
  • APPDIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/applications): Where to install .desktop files
  • CMAKE_INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR (default: include): Where to install C include files
  • CMAKE_INSTALL_MANDIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/man): Where to install man pages
  • CMAKE_INSTALL_BINDIR (default: bin): Where to install user executables
  • GAMESBINDIR (default: ${BINDIR}): Where to install game executables
  • CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR (default: lib): Where to install libraries
  • CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBEXECDIR (default: libexec): Where to install non-user executables
  • RUNTIME_LIBEXECDIR (default: ${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBEXECDIR}): Runtime search locations for utilities, relative to the game executable
  • RUNTIME_DATADIR (default: .): Paths relative to the game executable to search for data files
  • SCRIPTDIR (default: ${BINDIR}): Where to install the data install script
  • INSTALL_DATADIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/games/arx): Where to install Arx Libertatis data files. This should be one of the directories found from DATA_DIR_PREFIXES + DATA_DIR combinations at runtime.
  • INSTALL_BLENDER_PLUGINDIR (default: ${DATAROOTDIR}/blender/scripts/addons/arx"): Where to install the Arx Libertatis Blender plugin.

  • INSTALL_SCRIPTS (default: ON): Install the data install script. There is no data install script on Windows, so there this option does nothing.

  • INSTALL_BLENDER_PLUGIN (default: ON): Install the Arx Libertatis Blender plugin. Implies BUILD_IO_LIBRARY.

Optional dependencies

By default, optional components will be automatically disabled if their dependencies could not be found. This might be undesirable in some situations, so the following option can be used to change this behavior:

  • STRICT_USE (default: OFF): Abort the configure step if one of the dependencies enabled with a USE_* configuration variable could not be found or if one of the components enabled with a BUILD_*configuration variable has missing dependencies. As most dependencies are enabled by default, you may need to explicitly disable some of them. Windows-specifc dependencies are still automatically disabled on non-Windows systems.
  • USE_OPENGL (default: ON): Build the OpenGL renderer backend^1
  • USE_OPENAL (default: ON): Build the OpenAL audio backend^2
  • WITH_SDL (default: not set): Select the SDL version to use: 1 or 2. If not set, we will try to use either version, preferring SDL 2. ^3
  • WITH_QT (default: not set): Select the Qt version to use: 4 or 5. If not set, we will try to use either version, preferring Qt 5. Ignored if BUILD_CRASHREPORTER is disabled. ^3
  • USE_WINHTTP (default: ON): Use the native WinHTTP API instead of CURL on Windows.
  • USE_NATIVE_FS (default: ON): Use the native filesystem backend (POSIX / Win32) if available and not boost::filesystem.

  1. There is currently no other rendering backend, disabling this will make the build fail.
  2. There is currently no other audo backend, there will be no audio when disabling this. Additionally, builds without audio are not well tested and there may be other problems.
  3. Existing options can be unset by passing -U<option> to cmake.

Icons

  • ICON_TYPE (default: platform specific): Type(s) of icons to generate and install. Valid options are:

    • ico Windows .ico files (linked into the appropriate executables) [default on Windows]
    • icns Mac OS X .icns files (installed under ICONDIR) [default on Mac OS X]
    • iconset Themable .png icon sets (installed in a ${size}x${size}/apps/${name}.png hierarchy under ICONTHEMEDIR) [default on Linux and other systems]
    • png Portable .png icons (installed under ICONDIR)
    • overview Icon size comparison montage (not installed)
    • all Generate all possible icon types
    • none Don't generate any icons
  • DATA_FILES (default: not set): Locations to search for pre-built data files. This is only useful when building git checkouts as release and development snaptshot tarballs already include those files in the source tree. See the Git Build Dependencies section in README.md.

  • OPTIMIZE_ICONS (default: ON): Optimize the compression of generated PNG files using OptiPNG. This is only useful when building git checkouts as release and development snaptshot tarballs already include pre-built images that this option doesn't apply to.
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