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cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.13)
project(Tink VERSION 2.1.1 LANGUAGES CXX)
list(APPEND CMAKE_MODULE_PATH "${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake")
option(TINK_BUILD_TESTS "Build Tink tests" OFF)
option(TINK_USE_SYSTEM_OPENSSL "Build Tink linking to OpenSSL installed in the system" OFF)
option(TINK_USE_INSTALLED_ABSEIL "Build Tink linking to Abseil installed in the system" OFF)
option(TINK_USE_INSTALLED_GOOGLETEST "Build Tink linking to GTest installed in the system" OFF)
option(TINK_USE_INSTALLED_PROTOBUF "Build Tink linking to Protobuf installed in the system" OFF)
option(USE_ONLY_FIPS "Enables the FIPS only mode in Tink" OFF)
set(CPACK_GENERATOR TGZ)
set(CPACK_PACKAGE_VERSION ${PROJECT_VERSION})
include(CPack)
include(TinkWorkspace)
include(TinkBuildRules)
include(TinkUtil)
# Bazel rewrites import paths so that "cc/example/foo.h" can be included as
# "tink/example/foo.h". The following lines simulate this behaviour by creating
# a symlink to cc/ called tink/, and placing it in a separate subdirectory,
# which is then specified as a global include path.
#
# It's important to create a separate directory and not just drop the link in
# CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR, since adding that to the include paths will
# make the whole contents of that directory visible to the compiled files,
# which may result in undeclared dependencies that nevertheless happen to work.
#
set(TINK_INCLUDE_ALIAS_DIR "${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/__include_alias")
add_directory_alias(
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cc" "${TINK_INCLUDE_ALIAS_DIR}/tink")
list(APPEND TINK_INCLUDE_DIRS "${TINK_INCLUDE_ALIAS_DIR}")
add_subdirectory(cc)
add_subdirectory(proto)