I’m using CMake to generate my Visual Studio solutions. Right now, CMake generates two configuration
Debug, under a single project. Both configs builds a win32 (.exe) application.
This works great, but I would also like to generate a third configuration, that builds a DLL instead. I’m aware that in CMake we can use
add_library(LibraryName SHARED [files]) to generate a separate a project that creates builds a DLL target, but that is not what I want. Instead, I would like to generate a
DLL configuration in visual studio, along side
I can get the configuration by adding
set(CMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES Release Debug DLL) in CMakeList, but I’m not sure how to go about actually configuring it. How do I make this custom configuration actually build a DLL? If possible, I would also like to customize the output name and directory of this configuration, just like how I’m able to with
Is this possible?