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Old 25th March 2012, 05:34 PM
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find path in cmake


I have created a library (libTest.so) by cmake. I want to use that library to make executable, so first I have to find libTest.so and link it to the main programe. In am using cmake here also. Because I am new to cmake. I still learning to write "Find module".

However, In the mean time if I can find the path of that library (which is inside the directory Test), I can easily find the libTest.so and I do not have to write "Find module". It could be something like this:
find_path(Test "Test")    # find the path of the directory "Test" and linked to a variable "Test"
lib_path(${Test})         # that will be the library path
I tried to use "FIND_PATH" but it does not work.

How can I do this? How do I locate directory in cmake?


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