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Month: January 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] cmake options

From: Serghei Amelian <serghei@...>
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2012 00:44:03 +0200
On Sunday 08 January 2012 00:16:33 Darrell Anderson wrote:
> > Try to see the reverse of the coin. For distros like
> > gentoo, packages are
> > splitted. So, if everything are enabled by default, ebuilds
> > should disable
> > _every_ unneeded stuff, for each package.
> That is how the process should work. Let the downstream packagers handle
> what they want. As upstream providers we need to ensure everything works.

I won't to argue about this, but I will never agree with it :) However, if 
someone want to patch cmake files to do this, I will not be against.

> > cmake should not try to detect things at any cost.
> > Everywhere is possible, is
> > used pkgconfig.
> So basically we might still need to use the -DINCLUDE_DIRECTORIES option
> should the pkgconfig file be incorrect.
> Will the build halt when I specify -DWITH_SPEEX, don't use
> -DINCLUDE_DIRECTORIES, and cmake can't find the speex header files?

Actually cmake don't care too much about INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES, will stop anyway 
if speex.pc doesnt'e exists (I assume that every sane system have this .pc 

> Darrell