On 2016/05/19 05:07 PM, Michael Howard wrote:
>> Hi Michele,
>> you misunderstood. I did not want to build package, but build the tdepim
>> For this I git clone tdepim and clone the cmake submodule. I try cmake but
>> nothing happens. I guess the dpkg-buildpackage would also not work, but
>> thats a guess.
> I don't think Michele misunderstood, he described how to build 'tdepim' from source, which is what you say you want to do.
> Off the top of my head I can't remember if 'tdepim' is cmake ready or not. Actually, just checked, it is.
as Mike said, that is the way you build package starting from source in Debian/Ubuntu. I build them the same way.
It building tdepim fails, there are two possibilities:
1) you are missing some dependency packages. This is most likely not highlighted when invoking cmake directly from CLI.
If you use dpkg-buildpackage or pbuilder, they will check dependencies as well in the process and inform you if a
required package is missing.
2) you are using Debian/Stretch and a recent change in a package cause a FTBFS, in which case we will need to prepare a
Most likely you are in case 1), although occasionally I run into 2) here and there (I use Debian/Stretch).