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==Support for major buildsystems==

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* make, MSVC, XCode, Eclipse, KDevelop3, CodeBlocks
* Some generic file format, maybe XML based, so that it would be easy to process. Maybe ''ant''  may be a good candidate. This might also help the Java support in CMake. Any takers ?
==Support for programming languages==
Fully supported:
* C, C++
* Fortran (CMake >= 2.6.0)
** Watch out for mix of free-form / fixed form src code ([http://www.cmake.org/pipermail/cmake/2009-March/027764.html])
More or less fully supported:
* Java: there may be some issues relating to Java packages and subdirectories
* [[CMake/Assembler | Assembler]]: CMake >= 2.6.0, but needs more testing and feedback
* Objective C: works if the compiler (gcc) knows how to handle these files
* Ada: not yet in cvs, but support exists (in PlPlot): http://plplot.cvs.sourceforge.net/plplot/plplot/cmake/modules/
* D: not in cvs, but support exists: http://www.dsource.org/projects/cmaked
Not supported:
The languages listed here don't have built-in support in CMake, still they can be used via ADD_CUSTOM_COMMAND()
* C#: would be nice to have
* Pascal: shouldn't be too hard, volunteers ?
* OCaml: really strange to build, may be hard to integrate
==Operating systems==
* all major OSs, except the ones listed below
Not supported:
* OS/2 (not offically supported, but builds are available from http://os2ports.smedley.info), DOS, DJGPP
==CMake language features==
* some way to define custom command line arguments
* fine grained flags (per source etc.), AFAIK is being worked on
* per-target or per-file include dirs and compile flags (being worked on AFAIK)
* better (PCRE) regexps, is being worked on
* abstraction of compiler flags (being worked on ?)

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