[Bf-blender-cvs] SVN commit: /data/svn/bf-blender [28961] branches/soc-2010-rohith291991:

Rohith B V rohith291991 at gmail.com
Mon May 24 17:29:49 CEST 2010

Revision: 28961
Author:   rohith291991
Date:     2010-05-24 17:29:49 +0200 (Mon, 24 May 2010)

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Added: branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CHANGELOG
--- branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CHANGELOG	                        (rev 0)
+++ branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CHANGELOG	2010-05-24 15:29:49 UTC (rev 28961)
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+CoMISo 1.0-rc1:
+- Initial release

Added: branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CMakeLists.txt
--- branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CMakeLists.txt	                        (rev 0)
+++ branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/CMakeLists.txt	2010-05-24 15:29:49 UTC (rev 28961)
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+cmake_minimum_required (VERSION 2.6)
+# add our macro directory to cmake search path
+include (ACGCommon)
+acg_qt4 ()
+# change to 0 if QT should not be used
+set( WANT_COMISO_QT 1 )
+if( QT4_FOUND)
+  #message( WARNING " QT4 FOUND" )
+    add_definitions (-DQT4_FOUND)
+  #  message( WARNING " USING QT4" )
+  endif ()
+endif ()
+acg_get_version ()
+include (ACGOutput)
+find_package (GMM)
+  message (FATAL_ERROR "GMM not found!")
+endif ()
+find_package (Boost)
+if (NOT Boost_FOUND)
+  message (FATAL_ERROR "Boost not found!")
+endif ()
+find_package (BLAS)
+  message (FATAL_ERROR "BLAS not found!")
+endif ()
+#added by CAT
+find_package (SUITESPARSE)
+  message (FATAL_ERROR "SUITESPARSE not found!")
+endif ()
+if( EXISTS "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/Examples/factored_solver/CMakeLists.txt" )
+	add_subdirectory (Examples/factored_solver)
+if( EXISTS "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/Examples/quadratic_solver/CMakeLists.txt" )
+	add_subdirectory (Examples/quadratic_solver)
+if( EXISTS "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/Examples/test2/CMakeLists.txt" )
+	add_subdirectory (Examples/test2)
+if( EXISTS "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/Examples/small_quadratic_example/CMakeLists.txt" )
+	add_subdirectory (Examples/small_quadratic_example)
+if( EXISTS "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/Examples/small_factored_example/CMakeLists.txt" )
+	add_subdirectory (Examples/small_factored_example)
+include_directories (
+  ..
+  ${Boost_INCLUDE_DIR}
+# generate dllexport macros on windows
+if (WIN32)
+  add_definitions(-DCOMISODLL)
+endif ()
+link_directories (
+# source code directories
+set (directories 
+  .
+  Solver 
+  Config
+  Utils
+  QtWidgets
+# generate dllexport macros on windows
+if (WIN32)
+  add_definitions(-DCOMISODLL)
+endif ()
+if (WIN32)
+  add_definitions(
+  )
+endif ()
+# collect all header,source and ui files
+acg_append_files (headers "*.hh" ${directories})
+acg_append_files (sources "*.cc" ${directories})
+acg_append_files (ui "*.ui" ${directories})
+macro (of_list_filter _list)
+  if (WIN32)
+   foreach (_element ${${_list}})
+     if (_element MATCHES "gnuplot_i\\.(cc|hh)$")
+       list (REMOVE_ITEM ${_list} ${_element})
+     endif ()
+   endforeach ()
+  endif ()
+endmacro ()
+of_list_filter  ( headers )
+of_list_filter  ( sources )
+# remove template cc files from source file list
+acg_drop_templates (sources)
+if( QT4_FOUND)
+# genereate uic and moc targets
+acg_qt4_autouic (uic_targets ${ui})
+acg_qt4_automoc (moc_targets ${headers})
+acg_add_library (CoMISo SHARED ${uic_targets} ${sources} ${headers} ${moc_targets})
+	target_link_libraries (CoMISo 
+	)
+else(NOT APPLE)
+	target_link_libraries (CoMISo
+	)
+endif(NOT APPLE)
+# display results
+acg_print_configure_header (COMISO "CoMISo")

Added: branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/COPYING
--- branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/COPYING	                        (rev 0)
+++ branches/soc-2010-rohith291991/intern/comiso/COPYING	2010-05-24 15:29:49 UTC (rev 28961)
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+                    GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
+                       Version 3, 29 June 2007
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