|⇒ Category:||Developer Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Kitware, Inc|
📌 A .CMAKE schema is related to a programming language source entry utilized and opened up by CMake, a custom collection of specific tools designated for building, testing and packaging software utilities and applications. The respective .CMAKE item may include a module or script written in the identically entitled programming language. In the outcome, the CMake language data resources can be arranged into Modules (module.cmake), Scripts (script.cmake), and Directories (CMakeLists.txt) sections. The data processing and maintenance within the suite is based on the compiler-independent principle. The technology also supports third-party apps, services and hierarchies, that are dependent on multiple libraries or extensions. Besides, the aforementioned language is employed in collaboration with native build environments, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, Apple Xcode, Android Studio, Ninja, Qt Creator and other sophisticated SDKs.
📌 .CMAKE data sources can be smoothly opened up, explored, monitored, and sustained by the same-entitled software project, which originally served for processing source files, coded on CMake programming language. The suite is compatible and supports all major desktop systems, such as Windows, macOS and Linux. The first build of the project was officially released and published on the web in 2000. Since then, the initiative has gained open source status according to BSD-3-Clause license terms. The technology has acquired multiple unique features and abilities. For instance, in the noted shell the programmer may place computer outputs (such as object resources and contents) outside of the source tree. This enables cross-compilation and availability of multiple builds from the same source-tree. In addition, the actual environment is capable of locating user-specified and system-wide libraries, files, and executables.