define addition search path for .cmake files

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define addition search path for .cmake files

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Hi!

So, I have separate installation (root) path for a project, many libs
there, installing their own *.cmake files (VTK,
etc.) files into that root.
How to define (add) alternative paths for cmake to search for *.cmake
files?
Testing environment variables without any effect (CMAKE_*).
The idea to change original cmake files in each source package is not a
good one.


Thanx!

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Re: define addition search path for .cmake files

J. Caleb Wherry

Should do the trick. Set it before you call project, not sure if it works after that or not.

-Caleb

On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 7:47 AM <[hidden email]> wrote:


Hi!

So, I have separate installation (root) path for a project, many libs
there, installing their own *.cmake files (VTK,
etc.) files into that root.
How to define (add) alternative paths for cmake to search for *.cmake
files?
Testing environment variables without any effect (CMAKE_*).
The idea to change original cmake files in each source package is not a
good one.


Thanx!

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