Re: OpenCASCADE and Salomé
D'oh! Brown bag time: -3 does not include the header files! I had put
the headers in their own directory and then forgot to add it to .files.
BTW, there's no such need for libs: I did a zgrep of all of the OCC lib
names through Contents-amd64.gz and there are no conflicts, even with
such generic names as libXmlPlugin and libBinPlugin.
I've just uploaded -4 sources and am building amd64 binaries; should be
ready in a few hours.
On Mon, 2008-01-07 at 17:55 -0500, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> I am trying to package OpenCASCADE, Salomé and Code_Aster for Debian.
> On the first, I am looking for testers for the package at
> http://lyre.mit.edu/~powell/opencascade/ . I am just now uploading -3
> which should be fully usable, and only lacking a couple of copyright
> issues before uploading (namely a note about triangle.c and contacting
> upstream regarding distribution in Debian). Known issues are in
> README.Debian.html in the package.
> A discussion of the legal issues around OpenCASCADE is at:
> Moving on to Salomé, I'm having trouble building it that I can't
> resolve. I posted to the Salomé forum "Install & build" at:
> http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/?groupid=10&forumid=9 . The
> essence is a C++ problem: nm on the OpenCASCADE libs shows _STL::
> symbols whereas the libs are trying to link to std:: . Can anyone help
> me to identify, fix or work around the problem?
> I'm trying to build my Salomé package around OpenMPI, which requires
> fixes to bugs 459642 and 457080, for which I submitted patches. My
> package is really very incomplete; I hope to be able to put enough time
> into it to put up -1 for testing by tomorrow.
> Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
> [Sylvestre, Jason and Tim, please let me know if you are on
> debian-science and don't need the CC.]
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