I have a couple questions regarding the current CMake build structure for CAmkES projects. It seems that the current structure intends you to put your project in the camkes/apps folder, and then build your project with `../init-build -DCAMKES_APP=<project_name>`, or the equivalent using the griddle script. What I don't understand is how you are supposed to configure your project. It seems easy_settings.cmake is always loaded. Is it advisable to edit this file?
In the past, I could also tweak configuration variables manually by invoking the ccmake gui on the top-level directory. Now that there is no CMakeLists.txt in the top-level directory, this does not work. If I try it in my project's directory, it tells me the cache is empty. Is it still possible to edit CMake cache variables with ccmake?
Hi Grant, If you give ccmake the path to the build directory it should still work as expected.