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Re: Building libobjc2 on ubuntu


From: Luis Garcia Alanis
Subject: Re: Building libobjc2 on ubuntu
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2015 21:53:51 -0700

Hi Patryk,

The wiki wants me to build my own clang, I am trying to use the one that comes with the distro. At this stage if it does not build there is a problem with libobjc2 or with the compiler packaging (moving things around) or it might be both.

Why build our own compiler if the distro has a recent one?

I think there is a bug in the distro compiler since it moves the directory full of cmakes to another location and then it cant find them. but then after making the symlink why does it still can't find the required AddLLVM.cmake file?

Something is messed up in the default build env.

Any ideas?

Thanks
Luis

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 9:28 PM, Patryk Laurent <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Luis,

Were you following the instructions at the link below?  If there is a problem with those instructions let me know and I can try to correct them.

http://wiki.gnustep.org/index.php/GNUstep_under_Ubuntu_Linux

Thanks,
Patryk


> On Mar 26, 2015, at 9:10 PM, Luis Garcia Alanis <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> Hello guys,
>
> I am trying to build libobjc2 on ubuntu using clang and llvm 3.6
>
>
>       cmake ..
>       CMake Error at /usr/share/llvm-3.6/cmake/LLVMConfig.cmake:52 (include):
>   include could not find load file:
>
>           /usr/lib/llvm-3.6/share/llvm/cmake/LLVMExports.cmake
>
>
>
> LLVMExports.cmake is located on /usr/share/llvm-3.6/cmake/ on this distro
>
> So I did a symlink to the expected location and it works, however now it can't find AddLLVM
>
>       cmake ..
>       CMake Error at opts/CMakeLists.txt:4 (include): include could not find load file:
>
>           AddLLVM
>
> The offending file its on that folder as AddLLVM.cmake
>
> Do I need to set some ENV variable to tell cmake where these files are located?
>
> I hate to have to build my own clang/llvm, users trying to build gnustep are going to be hitting this issue. This issue dates back several versions of ubuntu. BTW ubuntu is building gnustep using standard gcc.
>
> I tried this on ubunut 14.04 (LTS) and 15.04 (soon to be released)
>
> Thanks
> Luis
>
>
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