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While you can run cmake directly inside the source code directory itself, it is a best practice, and actually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run cmake from there:
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While you can run '''CMake''' directly inside the source code directory itself, it is a best practice, and actually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run '''CMake''' from there:

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While you can run '''CMake''' directly inside the source code directory itself, it is a best practice, and actually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run '''CMake''' from there:
TranslationWhile you can run '''CMake''' directly inside the source code directory itself, it is a best practice, and actually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run '''CMake''' from there:

While you can run CMake directly inside the source code directory itself, it is a best practice, and actually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run CMake from there:


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