[aur-general] cmake build

Nathan O ndowens.aur at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 03:30:40 EDT 2010

On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 2:28 AM, Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org>wrote:

> On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 07:27, Nathan O <ndowens.aur at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 1:24 AM, Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org
> >wrote:
> >> On 27/08/10 06:03, Nathan O wrote:
> >>> I have encountered having the issues with software that uses cmake as
> >>> it's build system. Usually I get the warnings stating that there is an
> >>> Insecure RPATH and Package contains reference to $srcdir. I believe I
> >>> figured out how to fix the RPATH issue, because a previous package had
> >>> Rpath issues and I used sed to add a setting(can't remember what the
> >>> setting is called at this second). The issue I have now is the
> Reference
> >>> to $srcdir, for the current package and future reference, how do you
> fix
> >>> it?
> >>
> >> The fix for the $srcdir issue depends on the nature of the issue.  Not
> very
> >> helpful, I know.  Have a look in the ml archives for a discussion of
> this
> >> issue, it took place not so long ago and was started by me.  There
> you'll
> >> find enough information to be able to do the same check that makepkg
> does
> >> so you can find *exactly* why it complains.
> >>
> >> If I find the time to take a closer look myself, is there a PKGBUILD
> >> available already that I can use?  Where?
> >>
> > If you would like to, http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=22993 I
> will
> > check out the archives. Thanks
> I had a quick look.  I don't get any complaints about RPATH, what did you
> run
> to see that?
> (I should probably mention that I'm on an x86_64 system, not sure if that
> makes a difference though.)
> > P.S. I searched Google last night and somebody stated to do something
> like
> > "grep -R $srcdir $pkgdir"
> Yes, that's the one.  The only result I get is from fqterm.bin.  It looks
> like
> it contains references to the location of the source files used during the
> build.  My uninformed guess is that it's related to some event mechanism
> (close by are strings like "httpDone", "windowmgr.currentChanged"...).  I
> don't program much in C++, and I haven't used QT since about KDE 0.2 time,
> but
> my guess would be that these references to $srcdir are harmless.
> /M
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That is weird that you got grep to tell you which file(s) it was, when mine
pointed nothing out to me.

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