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Old 09-14-2017, 03:33 PM   #32
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A switch to CMake would be great! I use CMake a lot at work, so I can probably help out. In any case, I would strongly recommend using a current version of CMake, as they allow for much cleaner code than older ones (and the "but the Debian/Ubuntu/whatever LTS only has..." arguments are a red herring, as cmake is incredibly easy to build on Linux, and available as a binary on OSX and Windows).
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