Finding Boost-Python using CMake in Kig
toscano.pino at tiscali.it
Sun Mar 17 11:24:14 UTC 2013
Alle domenica 17 marzo 2013, Maurizio Paolini ha scritto:
> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 10:10:30AM +0100, Pino Toscano wrote:
> > Alle domenica 17 marzo 2013, David Narvaez ha scritto:
> > > Recently, we had a report in this list about an Ubuntu user whose
> > > distro package for Kig didn't have Python scripting support.
> > The (k)ubuntu packagers simply forgot to add the
> > libboost-python-dev (or whatever is the versioned boost -dev they
> > use) build dependency to their package. It looks like  the
> > development version fixed the issue.
> >  http://packages.ubuntu.com/raring/kig
> That would mean that during kig build time the required library was
> missing and the problem was not in the build script. This should be
No, this just shows whoever did the (k)ubuntu packaging did not even
read the build log, otherwise they would have found out that
a) no boost -dev packages were installed at all
b) that the build log (just like the one linked in LP#1111697) said
| -- Looking for C++ include boost/shared_ptr.hpp
| -- Looking for C++ include boost/shared_ptr.hpp - not found
There also was a "log feature" output missing (which would have pointed
out a bit more clearly the lack of boost+python), and that was committed
to master before 4.10.
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