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Re: The KiCad GAL new release


On 07/08/2013 10:15 PM, Alex G. wrote:
> On 07/08/2013 02:35 PM, Maciej Sumiński wrote:
>> Ladies and Gentlemen,
>> Today you can see another release of the KiCad GAL, that can be
>> considered as a release candidate 1. It may still contain some bugs and
>> is still missing some minor features, but the main purpose of the
>> release is to make some tests and receive a feedback. I will be grateful
>> for every opinion that I receive.
>> The way of compilation changed a little, but now it is more like an
>> usual KiCad build (I removed the KICAD_GAL switch from CMake):
>> bzr branch lp:~cern-kicad/kicad/kicad-gal
>> mkdir build
>> cd build
>> make
> Hi, I tried to build it, but I'm getting a bunch of errors.
> First, the "!WIN32" evaluated to 0, so the include dirs for cairo
> evaluated to
> "$ENV{GTK_ROOT_DIR}/include/cairo" which is just /include cairo, an
> inexistent directory.
> This resulted in the following error:
> [...]/gal/cairo/cairo_gal.h:46:19: fatal error: cairo.h: No such file or
> directory
>  #include <cairo.h>
>                    ^
> I changed the "!WIN32" to "1" (1), but then CMake picked up my wxGTK 2.8
> installation, not the correct 2.9.4 one (I have both installed in
> parallel). As you can imagine, this results in a ***load of errors. I
> haven't figured out how to fix this one.
> Come on guys, making CMake work is not hard. This isn't autohell. Let's
> get this working out-of the box.
> (1) "NOT WIN32" produces the expected results.
> Alex

Umh, my apologies for jumping the gun. For some reason bzr failed to
update my local branch. I was able to re-pull and it's all good now.


P.S. You all now have a green light to make fun of me :)