[cmake-developers] Code Changes to support C++ Windows Forms

Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin jchris.fillionr at kitware.com
Sun Apr 28 22:46:28 EDT 2013


Hi John,

Seems you forgot to send a link to the associated topic.

Jc


On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 10:20 PM, <john.farrier at helleboreconsulting.com>wrote:

> Hello all!  New CMake developer here!
>
> I have modified the latest version of CMake from Git to be able to use
> .resx files and integrate them into Visual Studio, perform the correct
> associations, and enable use of the Visual Studio designer for Windows
> Forms applications after a solution and projects are configured by CMake.
>  The changes were fairly minimal, but really help me out!  I have a project
> that is mostly cross-platform, but there are a few plugins that are
> windows-specific.  I wanted to use CMake to build and manage the project,
> but when CMake configured the windows GUI's, I would lose all of the
> designer information, which is totally unacceptable for ever having to make
> a change to the GUI.  This change is targeted specifically at C++ Windows
> Forms applications using CLI.  I'd like to push these changes up, so
> feedback is welcome!
>
> - John Farrier
>
>
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