On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 12:53 PM, Hauke Heibel
> On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Jitse Niesen <jitse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> On Sun, 13 Feb 2011, Hauke Heibel wrote:
>> I don't know ctest/cdash that well. From your comments, I get the impression
>> that in the Windows IDE you get automatically an Experimental (or something
>> like that) target which submits the tests to the dashboard. Any idea how it
>> is supposed to work with Unix make?
> If I am not totally wrong you would simply "make Experimental" and
> cmake would build and submit the tests. No need to configure or touch
> anything extra besides running CMake once.
>> That has been there from before my time, but isn't it because otherwise all
>> the test programs are built when you do 'make' or 'make install' and that
>> takes a very long time?
> Right, there was something like that. I just don't get why you would
> ever type "make" if you don't intend to build everything? That was
> probably just a precaution.
> Maybe we could agree upon allowing this type of convenient dashboard
> submissions on Windows by default.
> (EIGEN_LEAVE_TEST_IN_ALL_TARGET==true for win32 systems).
> - Hauke
> p.s. I attached a new patch which also works with nmake. Benoit, by
> the way, our scripts do properly propagate the SSE flags for nmake.