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Mesos CMake Build Configuration Options
Mesos currently exposes two build systems, one written in autotools, and one written in CMake. This document describes the configuration flags available in the CMake build system.
CMake configuration options
|-D3RDPARTY_DEPENDENCIES[=path_or_url]||Location of the dependency mirror. In some cases, the Mesos build system needs to acquire third-party dependencies that aren't rebundled as tarballs in the Mesos repository. For example, on Windows, we must aquire newer versions of some dependencies, and since Windows does not have a package manager, we must acquire system dependencies like cURL. This parameter can be either a URL (for example, pointing at the Mesos official [third-party dependency mirror](https://github.com/3rdparty/mesos-3rdparty)), or a local folder (for example, a local clone of the dependency mirror). [default=https://github.com/3rdparty/mesos-3rdparty]|
|-DCPACK_BINARY_(BUNDLE|DEB|DRAGNDROP|IFW|NSIS|OSXX11|PACKAGEMAKER|RPM|STGZ|TBZ2|TGZ|TXZ)||This modifies the 'package' target to generate binary package of the specified format. A binary package contains everything that would be installed via CMake's 'install' target. [default=OFF]|
|-DCPACK_SOURCE_(TBZ2|TXZ|TZ|ZIP)||This modifies the 'package_source' target to generate a package of the sources required to build and test Mesos, in the specified format. [default=OFF]|
|-DENABLE_LIBEVENT||Use libevent instead of libev for the event loop. [default=FALSE]|
|-DENABLE_SSL||Build libprocess with SSL support. [default=FALSE]|
|-DHAS_AUTHENTICATION||Build Mesos with support for authentication. [default=TRUE]|
|-DREBUNDLED||Attempt to build against the third-party dependencies included as tarballs in the Mesos repository. NOTE: This is not always possible. For example, a dependency might not be included as a tarball in the Mesos repository; additionally, Windows does not have a package manager, so we do not expect system dependencies like APR to exist natively, and we therefore must acquire them. In these cases (or when `REBUNDLED` is set to `FALSE`), we will acquire the dependency from the location specified by the `3RDPARTY_DEPENDENCIES`, which by default points to the official Mesos [third-party dependency mirror](https://github.com/3rdparty/mesos-3rdparty). [default=TRUE]|
|-DVERBOSE||Generate a build solution that produces verbose output (for example, verbose Makefiles). [default=TRUE]|