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It is enabled with phoenix and gtk3 as default for Archlinux AUR
You may find inspiration here:
Make sure to use the correct wxWidgets_CONFIG_EXECUTABLE, I don't remember
what they are called on fedora, but I think there are two wx-config
binaries on fedora if you have wxgtk with both gtk2 and gtk3.
On Wed, 6 Feb 2019 at 22:59, Steven A. Falco <stevenfalco@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2/6/19 2:38 PM, Carsten Schoenert wrote:
> > Am 06.02.19 um 20:00 schrieb Wayne Stambaugh:
> >> Any idea the number of unique downloads? I'm guessing not many users
> >> install from experimental.
> > Yes, people need to know that they want to use a version from
> > experimental, so the base is rather small. But I can't say anything
> > about the user base that is using the version from testing/unstable
> > and/or experimental.
> > Looking at the pocon chart for kicad and kiacd-libraries in detail there
> > are about 900 installations of the package kicad-libraries that is only
> > available since version 5.0.0. Given that there are about 3000 kicad
> > installations recorded than that means that over 60% are using older
> > versions.
> > https://qa.debian.org/popcon.php?package=kicad
> > But popcon only is a bad indicator as it's up to the user to contribute,
> > we wont see data from people that don't can submit data because of
> > firewalls etc.
> > The popcon chart has made some bump after the packages of version 5.0
> > hit the archive and are currently quite near the all time high.
> > You would need also to have a look into all the downstreams of Debian,
> > the biggest is of course Ubuntu. So it's difficult to say how big the
> > user base on Kicad 5.x on Debian and downstreams really is.
> > ...
> >> I'm not sure what the issue is with glm and gcc but it has been rather
> >> annoying. Hopefully clang wont make any changes that breaks the build.
> > I can build the current head with clang and also can use the output as
> > usual. So far I've understand the problem it's "just" because of the C++
> > standard. I've seen some more warnings (than build with gcc) while build
> > was running.
> I tried running a Fedora build with wxGTK3 and that seemed to go ok. I
> then tried enabling KICAD_SCRIPTING_WXPYTHON_PHOENIX, but I'm not sure what
> library KiCad is looking for. I get this:
> ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'wx'
> CMake Error at CMakeModules/FindwxPython.cmake:52 (message):
> wxPython/Phoenix does not appear to be installed on the system
> I'll try to figure it out, but if anyone has a suggestion of what the
> library package might be called, that would help.
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