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Modern CMake for C++: Discover a better approach to building, testing, and packaging your software (English Edition) Kindle电子书
Write comprehensive, professional-standard CMake projects and ensure the quality and simplicity of your solutions
- Understand and automate compilation and linking with CMake
- Manage internal and external dependencies easily
- Add quality checks and tests as an inherent step for your builds
Creating top-notch software is an extremely difficult undertaking. Developers researching the subject have difficulty determining which advice is up to date and which approaches have already been replaced by easier, better practices. At the same time, most online resources offer limited explanation, while also lacking the proper context and structure.
This book offers a simpler, more comprehensive, experience as it treats the subject of building C++ solutions holistically. Modern CMake for C++ is an end-to-end guide to the automatization of complex tasks, including building, testing, and packaging. You'll not only learn how to use the CMake language in CMake projects, but also discover what makes them maintainable, elegant, and clean. The book also focuses on the structure of source directories, building targets, and packages. As you progress, you’ll learn how to compile and link executables and libraries, how those processes work, and how to optimize builds in CMake for the best results. You'll understand how to use external dependencies in your project – third-party libraries, testing frameworks, program analysis tools, and documentation generators. Finally, you'll get to grips with exporting, installing, and packaging for internal and external purposes.
By the end of this book, you’ll be able to use CMake confidently on a professional level.
What you will learn
- Understand best practices for building C++ code
- Gain practical knowledge of the CMake language by focusing on the most useful aspects
- Use cutting-edge tooling to guarantee code quality with the help of tests and static and dynamic analysis
- Discover how to manage, discover, download, and link dependencies with CMake
- Build solutions that can be reused and maintained in the long term
- Understand how to optimize build artifacts and the build process itself
Who this book is for
The book is for build engineers and software developers with knowledge of C/C++ programming who are looking to learn CMake to automate the process of building small and large software solutions. If you are someone who's just getting started with CMake, a long-time GNU Make user, or simply looking to brush up on the latest best practices, this book is for you.
Table of Contents
- First Steps with CMake
- The CMake Language
- Setting Up Your First CMake Project
- Working with Targets
- Compiling C++ Sources with CMake
- Linking with CMake
- Managing Dependencies with CMake
- Testing Frameworks
- Program Analysis Tools
- Generating Documentation
- Installing and Packaging
- Creating Your Professional Project
- Appendix Miscellaneous Commands
- ASIN : B09MMK8CKN
- 出版社 : Packt Publishing; 第 1st 版 (2022年2月28日)
- 出版日期 : 2022年2月28日
- 语言 : 英语
- 文件大小 : 12781 KB
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- 纸书页数 : 460页
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The short version of my review is:
If you are getting started with CMAKE or just don’t feel confident about your knowledge, get this book. It is a solid 5/5.
A bit about me:
I started using CMAKE in some capacity in 2019. Since then, I’ve had to grow into learning a bit more about it, because turns out that a good CMAKE strategy that uses a modern approach, is important if you want less pain in your complex C++ projects.
I own a copy of the professional CMAKE book. I’ve gone through the various adoption strategies that have evolved recently and become talks or articles. I occasionally stalk slack channels like CppLang to learn as much as I can from the heavy weights. I developed the CMAKE strategy at Ebots, and have been fairly involved in making sure the code build/installs/updates become relatively painless.
More on the book:
I think Rafal Swidzinski's book condenses everything you need to know about CMAKE and does it well. His approach is clear, and practical.
For beginners, who are just starting their search on getting started, the first seven chapters will walk you through the basics and make you capable of writing manageable software with CMAKE.
If you feel somewhat comfortable with CMAKE already but aren’t too sold on the Testing/Installing bits of it, you will get a practical guide on that in the last few chapters. The final project, if you follow through with it, has all the supporting tools you need to be successful. There’s also his source code in github.
Far as I know, I don't get any money if you buy it =) , or at least haven't seen any ::hmpfh:: Though I did get a copy of the book to review. Note that the amazon review is pretty identical to my review on linkedin.
There is a lot of great content in this book and the Testing Frameworks chapter is what I learned the most from. Unit testing is important to me, and it is fortuitous that the author features Catch2 and GTest unit-testing frameworks.
There is a nice balance between source code and explanations. Of course, the source code is available via the publisher’s website.