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commit 7d08a3518a5fda0d964c6ec3983c2998e4fd9211
parent fcc89c4bb264d665929b00eeebc479a643a90896
Author: Max Bruckner <max@maxbruckner.de>
Date:   Wed, 28 Dec 2016 12:20:37 +0100

Merge pull request #88 from MicroJoe/fix-readme-tests

Fix bad CMake argument in README
Diffstat:
MREADME.md | 4++--
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ make And install it with `make install` if you want. By default it installs the headers `/usr/local/include/cjson` and the libraries to `/usr/local/lib`. It also installs files for pkg-config to make it easier to detect and use an existing installation of CMake. And it installs CMake config files, that can be used by other CMake based projects to discover the library. You can change the build process with a list of different options that you can pass to CMake. Turn them on with `On` and off with `Off`: -* `-DENABLE_CJSON_TESTS=On`: Enable building the tests. (on by default) +* `-DENABLE_CJSON_TEST=On`: Enable building the tests. (on by default) * `-DENABLE_CJSON_UTILS=On`: Enable building cJSON_Utils. (off by default) * `-DENABLE_TARGET_EXPORT=On`: Enable the export of CMake targets. Turn off if it makes problems. (on by default) * `-DENABLE_CUSTOM_COMPILER_FLAGS=On`: Enable custom compiler flags (currently for Clang and GCC). Turn off if it makes problems. (on by default) @@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ If you are packaging cJSON for a distribution of Linux, you would probably take ``` mkdir build cd build -cmake .. -DENABLE_CJSON_UTILS=On -DENABLE_CJSON_TESTS=Off -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr +cmake .. -DENABLE_CJSON_UTILS=On -DENABLE_CJSON_TEST=Off -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr make make DESTDIR=$pkgdir install ```