Add note in INSTALL.txt that in-tree builds are not supported.
authorGabriel M. Beddingfield <gabriel@teuton.org>
Wed, 17 Mar 2010 02:42:54 +0000 (21:42 -0500)
committerGabriel M. Beddingfield <gabriel@teuton.org>
Wed, 17 Mar 2010 02:42:54 +0000 (21:42 -0500)
commit039becd8c5c7d0dedba6a8276d267cd01a9f84e4
tree5532d1c4481aae906fd8950a4a0414cadebea2c8
parent0b796d97c8267a1dd2099104c9d2f79c4fd80f27
Add note in INSTALL.txt that in-tree builds are not supported.

An in-tree build of Composite (i.e. 'cmake .') is not supported.  It
may be some time in the future, but not today.  I think the reason
that it fails is because of the filename globbing that is done.  When
cmake re-runs, it finds some cmake-generated source files (like
version.cpp), and this causes problems.

In the future, it's planned to do "make lists" like CMake actually
intended.

Thanks to Harry Van Haaren for uncovering this!
INSTALL.txt