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Subject [GitHub] [celix] abroekhuis commented on issue #196: Support multiple build configurations
Date Mon, 20 Apr 2020 13:05:06 GMT

abroekhuis commented on issue #196:
URL: https://github.com/apache/celix/issues/196#issuecomment-616539422

   > > When both configurations are the same, the Targets-* files are kept. So that
makes sense.
   > > Additional question, what types of builds do we want to install? I think the
following makes sense:
   > > 
   > > * Only use a postfix for the libraries for Debug
   > > * Always use build type as postfix for bundles, except when it is release (not
sure about this one)
   > > * Always use build type as postfix for CelixTargets file
   > > 
   > > For the second one (bundle files), it might also make sense to only use a postfix
for Debug, or the other way around, always use a postfix. Since the Targets files already
supplies a simplified name for usage in a build.
   > I would prefer bundles with a postfix, with exception for the Release or RelWithDebInfo
build type.
   > For the celix targets cmake file, always generate a generic one (without postfix)
and one with postfix. The generic will expect and include (based on its own location) a celix
targets file with a build type postfix.
   > So maybe it could be as simple as:
   > ```cmake
   > include(CelixTargets-${CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE}.cmake)
   > ```
   Can we not simply generate the different build type files, and use the CelixConfig.cmake
to do this?

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