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On Saturday, July 23, 2011 12:54:37 PM Paul Eggleton wrote:
> Chris Frey wrote:
> > I did a test run on opensync tonight, using my git repo, and for the
> > first time to my memory, in all my experience with opensync, all
> > the tests pass for me.
> Great work!
> I tried to test it but unfortunately the version from the Git repo seems
> to suffer from some kind of CMake path problem - it can't find some CMake
> modules (e.g. glib2). I've verified OpenSync from svn finds them OK on the
> same machine.
Same here. I just copied the CMake modules from the opensync SVN repo and
adapted the CMakeLists.txt so CMAKE_MODULE_PATH points to it.
Chris, does your installed cmake version really contain all those cmake
modules we have written in the past?
Or do i miss some git submodule magic?
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