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    • Pascal Palenda's avatar
      Shorten CPM package names · b0a225f2
      Pascal Palenda authored
      If the CPM package names are too long, depending on the path to the
      base folder, MSBuild throws the error MSB4023.
      Meaning, the path is too long.
      This reduces the risk of this happening.
      b0a225f2
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    • Pascal Palenda's avatar
      Adapt to previous commit · eb485032
      Pascal Palenda authored
      First, use the CMAKE_RUNTIME_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY variable to get the configuration dependant output folder.
      However, configure_file does not support generator expressions.
      Thus switch to file(GENERATE).
      eb485032
    • Pascal Palenda's avatar
      Adapt the output folders to handle multi config generators · 755564ad
      Pascal Palenda authored
      The Visual studio generator is a multi config generator.
      This means, that form one project, e.g debug and release can be build.
      This caused issues, as the default behaviour is to append the configuration type to the output directory.
      Thus, dlls and required files were not copied to the right locations.
      
      By adding the generator expression '$<Config>' to the CMAKE_RUNTIME_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY path,
      the default appending behaviour is supressed and every configuration uses its own output folder.
      The dlls and required files can then be copied in the correct folder for each configuration.
      755564ad
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