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Re: Build failure in Fedora Rawhide
You should be able to switch the macros:
%cmake -> %cmake
%make_build -> %cmake_build
%make_install -> %cmake_install
Then the builds and install will automatically use the proper out of tree
directory. See the change proposal page for more details:
On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 10:29 PM Steven A. Falco <stevenfalco@xxxxxxxxx>
> Fedora recently made a change to their cmake macros, to force packages to
> build "out of tree". The developers responsible for this change plan to go
> through and fix up the thousand or so packages that may break as a result,
> so they should eventually fix the official downstream KiCAD package.
> However, they will not be able to fix up third-party packages, one of
> which is our nightly builds.
> The attached email shows that KiCAD does indeed fail to build for Fedora
> rawhide now. The right thing to do is to modify the kicad.spec.template
> file to accommodate the new cmake macros, but as a temporary workaround, we
> can add a line to force the old behavior:
> %global __cmake_in_source_build 1
> I've tried that, and it does let KiCAD build as before.
> I don't know exactly how the developers plan to fix up the broken
> packages, so we can either add the workaround, wait to see what they do,
> then change the nightlies to match (and remove the workaround), OR we can
> make our own changes, which may result in the spec files diverging.
> If the lead KiCAD devs wish, I can add the workaround - I can do that
> quickly. Attempting to sort out a proper fix would naturally take longer.
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