[osg-users] OSG 2.6 on Linux, CMake 2.4.7, no osg/Config generated?

Alberto Luaces aluaces at udc.es
Tue Sep 16 01:10:54 PDT 2008


Hi J-S,

on Ubuntu 8.04, cmake 2.4.7, I switched my SVN tree to point to the 2.6.0 tag. 
I then created a directory "build/linux" into the source tree, and 
ran "ccmake ../../". OpenThreads compiled fine, the rest of OSG with no 
problems so far [27%]

Alberto

El Martes 16 Septiembre 2008ES 02:11:02 Jean-Sébastien Guay escribió:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm trying to compile OSG 2.6 on Ubuntu Linux using the CMake version
> that I can get through Synaptic, which is 2.4.7. I wonder, is this
> combination supported, or should I use a more recent CMake version on
> Linux?
>
> I'm doing an out-of-source build in a subdirectory of my OSG source tree
> called "build/Linux".
>
> The behavior I observed is first of all, the
> build/Linux/include/OpenThreads/Config file was generated, but didn't
> seem to be found when compiling OpenThreads. I copied it manually to the
> OSG source tree in include/OpenThreads/Config, and that got me one step
> further.
>
> But then, when compiling the osg library itself, it doesn't seem that
> the build/Linux/include/osg/Config header is generated at all.
>
> Perhaps I'm doing things wrong here. I'm sure I've compiled OSG from SVN
> on this machine many times... Does anything ring a bell to someone?
> Perhaps it's my two-level build directory that's causing problems? I'll
> try to run ccmake from "build" directly tomorrow morning, just to be sure.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> J-S





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