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Brandon Van Every wrote:
> On Feb 12, 2008 10:10 PM, KHMan <> wrote:
>> Brandon Van Every wrote:
>>> [snip]
> [snip snip]
>> Perhaps if Brandon can get a sample CMake-to-Lua translator
>> working (just a front end),
> I'm not volunteering for such a mission.  I don't need CMake to "go
> Lua."  I *do* think it is advisable for CMake to be strategically
> appraised of potential and actual competitors.  Perhaps nobody does
> anything better than CMake right now, and all CMake needs is a good
> marketing campaign to address perceived needs like
> "ultra-configurability." [snip snip]
> Kitware's position is they'll just keep improving CMake script.  Their
> current approach doesn't look like it'll fail to work anytime soon,
> and they haven't even tried to market or whitepaper the darned thing.

I was throwing some opinions into the ring, based on Ken's
interest in "what ifs" with respect to CMake and Lua. If you say
you are only investigating this strategically, just treat my idea
bubble as a burst bubble. To those who wish to be pedantic about
things, I won't get in their way, but I don't think it makes for a
very productive discussion.

I have put in my 2 cents, so I will not be posting to this thread
any further.

Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia