Re: CMake vs Autotools
The makefiles generated with cmake actually has colors.
Some people will tell you that cmake stands for cross compile make.
This is not true, it stands for color make.
If you are writing your program for one compiler one os.
This funky color stuff will be the only real benifit.
If you however plan to use a windows system with your program then cmake should have support for various versions for visual studio,
which is the std on windows.
There are currently no free c/c++ 64bit c/c++ compilers for windows other than the visual studio. And as far as I can tell the autotools build system requires the gnu tool chain, which is not available on 64bit windows.
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