trent.shea at gmail.com
Sat Apr 4 11:58:30 PDT 2009
On Saturday 04 April 2009 03:31:39 lux-integ wrote:
> I decided to install the former. This now has cmake as well as gnu
> ###### installing by conventional gnu configure. make and make install
> appears to work but kdeedu-4.2.1 complains Boost.Python is still
> missing, (see below):-
I also have boost-1_38 installed using gnu:
> It is unclear if Boost.Python is built using configure (with--python),
> make, make install or with the experimental cmake (which cannot be
It's likely to be installed either way as long as the python requirements are
met. (try to confirm that you have some libboost_python-gcc* files)
> Input from those fiddling with Boost.Python would be gratefully received.
Thought I'd try my hands at this - I briefly looked at the relevant file in
4.22 and you'll probably run into the same problem.
First, I had to create a link:
/usr/include/boost -> boost-1_38/boost
Second, I had to edit the file:
kdeedu-4.2.1/cmake/modules/FindBoostPython.cmake (diff attached)
Anyhow, that diff worked on _my_ system, yours may need a little tweaking, but
that should give you a good start. Basically, it looks like there is an
assumption about the location of the header file and the version of boost
being used - a maintainer could probably spend a lifetime chasing these
things... never mind testing!
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