Blacklisting of PIM from the CI system

Harald Sitter sitter at
Thu Dec 5 11:23:55 GMT 2019

The point is not to do a version compare against it, but to have the
actually available sha reported in the build logs.

e.g. cmake reports
-- Found KF5I18n:
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/cmake/KF5I18n/KF5I18nConfig.cmake (found
version "5.64.0.abcd123")

On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 1:23 AM Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler at> wrote:
> Harald Sitter wrote:
> > Random thought to make dependency problems more obvious: glue the git
> > sha into the cmake package version for frameworks (when built from
> > git) so it finds "5.65.0.abcd123" given us a lead on what is actually
> > available.
> The git SHA is not going to work for this, because it is not monotonic. What
> you really want to know is whether you have something >= 5.65.0.abcd123, and
> having a 5.65.0.commithash version is not going to tell you that.
>         Kevin Kofler

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