JetBrains has spoiled me. I'm familiar with the standard UNIX make file and the
To build code that comes with a CMakeLists.txt file, you run cmake to generate a Makefile (or other build configuration file):
Then you run
as usual. (or as described in the comment, you can type
cmake --build . instead of make - useful if you're on a platform with a different build system)
You don't want to check in the Makefile into your source control, though, as it needs to be generated on the computer that will actually be doing the building.