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Re: Packaging Jami progress

From: Gábor Boskovits
Subject: Re: Packaging Jami progress
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2019 18:31:04 +0100


Jan Wielkiewicz <address@hidden> ezt írta (időpont: 2019. nov. 5., Ke 17:50):
Dnia 2019-11-04, o godz. 23:48:00
Gábor Boskovits <address@hidden> napisał(a):

> Hello,
> This is most probably because fmt is missing from inputs.
> > This is because SObjectizer is missing from inputs.
> You can get further info about this in the cmake file:

I packaged SObjectizer and placed it in the gnu/packages/cpp.scm file.
I also added SObjectizer and fmt as inputs, but the result is the same,
even though I tried removing commands, which add the subdirectories
from CMakeLists.txt. What's the proper way of dealing with situations
like this? Am I missing something important? Should I copy outputs of
fmt and sobjectizer into the directories? If so, how can I do this?
The inputs should be detected by cmake, and subdirs should only be used if not found. You could add a phase with copy-recursive if needed. I am not sure that we can't just simply copy the header into the output, but it's true that we would lose the tests then.

(add-after 'unpack 'do-not-make-directories
                                 (lambda _
                                   (substitute* "dev/CMakeLists.txt"
"") (("add_subdirectory(so_5)") ""))

> This does not seem the upstream repo. Could you change it to the
> upstream one? (Albeit, it seems to be an official mirror.)
> (
> Or if there is a tarball available for the needed version, that would
> be even better (
>, but I
> don't know if these archives are stable.

On the website, they say the software is hosted on github:
Nice... and in the documentation section on the same site they say the mercurial repository is the upstream, and the github one is the mirror...

Also AFAIK git is always reproducible, whereas tarballs can get
rebuilt, so fetching using git is safer.

Jan Wielkiewicz
Best regards, g_bor

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