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Re: Python 3 now required
Kevin Cozens <kevin@xxxxxxxxx>
Wed, 16 Jun 2021 14:51:23 -0400
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On 2021-06-15 6:32 a.m., Marco Ciampa wrote:
On Tue, Jun 15, 2021 at 12:22:42AM +0300, Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:
That's where cmake UIs come handy. Try ccmake or cmake-gui (they are
Exactly, Kevin is right but using the cmake-gui command it was very easy
to figure out how to change the variables to make it compile for me.
I changed a symlink on my machine to make 'python' point to 'python3'. I
also rm'ed the build directory. I seem to be over the problem with it
finding the right version of Python when both 2.7 and 3.6 are installed.
Now it complains that it can't find wxPython/Phoenix. AFAICT, that means I
need version 4 of wx. I only have 3 and the distro I'm using doesn't have
version 4 available so I can no longer build KiCAD v6. At least I solved the
previous problem. :)
//Build for Python 3 instead of 2 (default OFF).
Is this the new way of specifying whether a setting is enabled or not? You
need to specify the setting type and not just whether it is on or off? In
the past I just have just used <setting>=<state>.
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