Making non-standard OS checks in cmake?
Raphael Kubo da Costa
kubito at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 19:46:12 CET 2010
On Friday 01 January 2010 16:31:30 Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> A Divendres, 1 de gener de 2010, Raphael Kubo da Costa va escriure:
> > Hey there,
> > As you can see on my.cdash.org, both kdeadmin and kdenetwork fail to
> > build
> > cleanly on FreeBSD:
> > * kdeadmin/kuser's CMakeLists.txt's check for the need to link against -
> > lcrypt is broken on FreeBSD, since the crypt() function is defined in
> > unistd.h, not crypt.h, even though -lcrypt still must be passed to the
> > compiler
> > * kdenetwork/kppp has been broken since FreeBSD 8.0 - currently the
> > ports
> > system just disable its build, and I'd like to do the same upstream.
> Why not fixing instead of disabling?
That's the long-term solution :)
I don't have the necessary FreeBSD-specific skills to know what's changed at
operating system-level and how to fix it, so for now it's better to just
disable it until someone steps up for the challenge (I've done something
similar in kinfocenter).
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