Controlling CMake using scikit-build
You can drive CMake directly using scikit-build:
""" Use scikit-build's `cmaker` to control CMake configuration and build. 1. Use `cmaker` to define an object that provides convenient access to CMake's configure and build functionality. 2. Use defined object, `maker`, to call `configure()` to read the `CMakeLists.txt` file in the current directory and generate a Makefile, Visual Studio solution, or whatever is appropriate for your platform. 3. Call `make()` on the object to execute the build with the appropriate build tool and perform installation to the local directory. """ from skbuild import cmaker maker = cmaker.CMaker() maker.configure() maker.make()
See :obj:`skbuild.cmaker.CMaker` for more details.
Internal CMake Modules
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 cmake-modules/targetLinkLibrariesWithDynamicLookup