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Equivalent to VERBOSE for nmake

Michael Jackson
Is there an equivalent to make VERBOSE=1 but for nmake files under  
windows?

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Re: Equivalent to VERBOSE for nmake

Bill Hoffman
Michael Jackson wrote:
> Is there an equivalent to make VERBOSE=1 but for nmake files under windows?
>
nmake VERBOSE=1.  However, to get all the compile lines, you have to
edit Platforms/Windows.cmake.


# uncomment these out to debug nmake and borland makefiles
#SET(CMAKE_START_TEMP_FILE "")
#SET(CMAKE_END_TEMP_FILE "")
#SET(CMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE 1)



-Bill
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Re: Equivalent to VERBOSE for nmake

Michael Jackson


On Jul 15, 2009, at 9:38 AM, Bill Hoffman wrote:

> Michael Jackson wrote:
>> Is there an equivalent to make VERBOSE=1 but for nmake files under  
>> windows?
> nmake VERBOSE=1.  However, to get all the compile lines, you have to  
> edit Platforms/Windows.cmake.
>
>
> # uncomment these out to debug nmake and borland makefiles
> #SET(CMAKE_START_TEMP_FILE "")
> #SET(CMAKE_END_TEMP_FILE "")
> #SET(CMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE 1)
>
>
>
> -Bill

If I go editing Windows.cmake what ramifications will that have on  
generating normal Visual Studio project files?

Mike J.

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Re: Equivalent to VERBOSE for nmake

Bill Hoffman
Michael Jackson wrote:

>> -Bill
>
> If I go editing Windows.cmake what ramifications will that have on
> generating normal Visual Studio project files?
>
It will not affect Visual Studio IDE projects, but might break some
nmake projects if the command lines get too long.

-Bill
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