other: Introduction to CMake
A quick dive into how modern day KDE applications are built and how tools such as CMake bring about easier dependency management. We also look through some cool use cases and features of CMake that might often slip under the radar.
CMake is the largest and most popular tool for generating cross platform Makefiles. It is employed to build a host of applications in a wide variety of domains - ranging from simple desktop applications to complex web crawlers and scripts.
It also happens to be the primary tool for building all KDE applications and we take a look at some features and examples of the same.