Review Request 127450: after a fresh "git clone", the cmake command is unable to find BoostPython (hence no python scripting support)

Maurizio Paolini paolini at
Tue Mar 22 07:01:30 UTC 2016

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Review request for KDE Edu.

Repository: kig


I realized that a "cmake" after a fresh "git clone" of the git repository of kig was not finding the "BoostPython" package (although everything necessary was apparently present).
With the help of a colleague it turns out that adding the compile option -fexceptions solves the problem.
The proposed patch should instruct cmake to do that.


  CMakeLists.txt ee115bc 
  KigConfigureChecks.cmake e358f1f 



Tested on a Fedora 23, after a git pull of the kig [oops: I meant "git clone ..."]


Maurizio Paolini

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