Installing CMake Templates

You can install CMake templates on your native Linux system.

In order to use the templates, you need to install them as a CMake module. On your native Linux system, use your distribution’s package manager. See the “Prerequisites” section for how to install packages using your distribution’s package manager. Be sure to use the following with you install the packages:

export DISTRO="xUbuntu_16.10"
export REVISION=Master

NOTE: In order to use the CMake templates, you must be using the AGL Guppy release. You cannot use prior releases.

Installing on Debian or Ubuntu

Use the following command to install AGL’s CMake Application Module on a native Debian or Ubuntu system:

sudo apt-get install agl-cmake-apps-module-bin

Installing on OpenSUSE

Use the following command to install AGL’s CMake Application Module on a native OpenSUSE system:

sudo zypper install agl-cmake-apps-module

Installing on Fedora

Use the following command to install AGL’s CMake Application Module on a native Fedora system:

sudo dnf install agl-cmake-apps-module