This repository is meant to be used as a submodule for any project from CNRS LAAS/HPP or JRL.
It factorizes CMake mechanisms to provide a uniform look'n feel for all packages.
This package implements the JRL/LAAS coding style and packagement policies.
In practice, it means that these tools makes the assumption that the package which is using it is respecting the JRL/LAAS rules.
This package is NOT generic and cannot be used in a package which does not respect our rules.
Furthermore, no patches aiming at making this package more generic (in the sense, allowing non-recommended practices) will be considered.
This package is designed as a submodule of a CMake package.
It means that this repository does not have use by itself, it has to be inserted into a full package by typing:
git submodule add git://github.com/jrl-umi3218/jrl-cmakemodules.git cmake
Make sure to use the public URL using the git protocol so one does not have to subscribe to github to clone the software.
Then, edit your
CMakeLists.txt to include the files you need:
See comments in each file for more information.
When a commit is done in this repository, it will not be taken into account by a package using this repository as a submodule as long as it does not have been re-synchronized.
I.e. each git commit of a package is associated to a commit of jrl-cmakemodules and it will not be updated automatically.
To synchronize the submodule, follow these commands step-by-step:
# Go to the cmake working copy. cd cmake # Fetch the updates. git fetch origin # Go the last commit. git reset --hard origin/master # Go back to the package. cd .. # Synchronize. git add cmake git commit -m 'Synchronize.' # You may then want to push your commit.
The easiest way is to change the content of the
cmake working copy
in place, like any other directory of your project.
When you are done with your modification, please realize a separate
commit in the
cmake subdirectory (using
git add and
However, you will not be able to directly push your commit as the
cmake repository has been cloned using the git protocol (it is the
case even if your main package has been cloned using ssh or http).
To solve this problem, add another remote pointing to the gihut Git repository but using the ssh or http protocol:
# Add another remote. # Please note that the URL may be different for you, check # the correct URL at: # http://github.com/jrl-umi3218/jrl-cmakemodules git remote add github-ssh firstname.lastname@example.org:jrl-umi3218/jrl-cmakemodules.git # Push the commit git push github-ssh master
You then have to synchronize the main package.