Advanced configuration using CMake-GUI and ccmake
Albeit having different looks, most interfaces tend to do the same thing; thus, most of the things we have already covered in the previous section are also valid here. Remember, we are going to change our form of the interaction, not the tool we're actually interacting with.
Before going any further, check whether the
ccmake command is available in your terminal. If not, verify your
PATH variable is set correctly and check your installation as well.
Learning how to use ccmake (CMake curses GUI)
ccmake is a terminal-based graphical user interface (GUI) for CMake, which allows users to edit cached CMake variables. Instead of calling it a GUI, the term terminal user interface (TUI) may suit better since there are no traditional shell UI elements such as windows and buttons. These elements are rendered in the terminal using a text-based interface framework named
ccmake is a part of the default CMake...