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Old 12 February 2020, 10:08   #6
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If you create your own cmake compiler you don't need that enable language part, as C/CPP files are known anyway. You still have to create an appropriate VBCC compiler though, which tells cmake what options it needs to set.
If you get CLion to work, I would be interested in it, as I currently use Notepad++, but CLion is much nicer to use.

There is also some support for cmake with cross compiling https://gitlab.kitware.com/cmake/com...CrossCompiling so maybe this is also some help.
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