[Bf-committers] Compilation try to install 2.72 directly in /usr/local/
martijn.berger at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 13:45:56 CET 2014
We did have a change in this area recently. In short we want to install to
the directory used for compilation when using make install.
Unfortunately this change hit people with an already in place CMakeCache,
there is nothing we can do about this. You can either clear your
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX and rerun cmake or set it to "`pwd`/bin ".
I am sorry this change impacted you.
P.S. When running cmake for the first time (empty cache) this scenario is
P.P.S. This change is needed as it allows us to use CPack to generate
installers that require *relative* path's in the INSTALL() command.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Kévin Dietrich <kevin.dietrich at mailoo.org>
> Le 2014-11-17 11:58, Julien Duroure a écrit :
> > Hi all,
> > After a git update yesterday (last update was 2 weeks ago), my "make
> > install" failed because trying of writing "2.72" directory directly in
> > /usr/local/, that needs root privileges.
> > Here is my script used to update my build .
> > I know that there was some change last days about building
> configuration. I
> > don't know if this is linked to these modifications.
> > Other problem : It seems that addons contrib are not included in my
> > Any ideas ? Git repository of contrib is not a submodule ?
> > Thanks !
> >  : http://www.pasteall.org/55205
> > 
> That also happened to me yesterday I think, don't know what's the cause,
> but in the meantime you can set CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX to whatever dir you
> used to build in, e.g.:
> Either put that in your script or directly edit the CMakeCache.txt in
> Hope that helps :)
>  http://www.pasteall.org/55205
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