1.14.0 Release Candidate 2
Move C++11 checks to after external find_package() calls.

- Testing for C++11, and subsequent testing for components using C++11
  requires adding -std=c++11 to CMAKE_REQUIRED_FLAGS used by the
  check_cxx_source_compiles() (and similar) macros if required by the
  compiler.
- This variable is also used for the C equivalent macros, which are used
  by find_package(BLAS), and would cause the detection to fail if
  present.
- Thus if CXX11 was forced ON via -D (not via the GUI) then detection
  would fail (with the GUI an initial configure without CXX11 would
  initialise the variables and no errors would occur in later
  reconfigures).

Change-Id: I08d300baf3730e926fb8e853a384badcceefeaf5
1 file changed
tree: 66508f82c163ed4da3cbde002ee3b018f2e617c2
  1. .gitignore
  2. BUILD
  3. CMakeLists.txt
  4. LICENSE
  5. README.md
  6. WORKSPACE
  7. bazel/
  8. cmake/
  9. config/
  10. data/
  11. docs/
  12. examples/
  13. include/
  14. internal/
  15. jni/
  16. package.xml
  17. scripts/
README.md

Ceres Solver

Ceres Solver is an open source C++ library for modeling and solving large, complicated optimization problems. It is a feature rich, mature and performant library which has been used in production at Google since 2010. Ceres Solver can solve two kinds of problems.

  1. Non-linear Least Squares problems with bounds constraints.
  2. General unconstrained optimization problems.

Please see ceres-solver.org for more information.

WARNING - Do not make GitHub pull requests!

Ceres development happens on Gerrit, including both repository hosting and code reviews. The GitHub Repository is a continuously updated mirror which is primarily meant for issue tracking. Please see our Contributing to Ceres Guide for more details.

The upstream Gerrit repository is

https://ceres-solver.googlesource.com/ceres-solver