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Re: Bug#xxx:

On Nov 18, 2007 2:24 PM, Gerfried Fuchs <rhonda@deb.at> wrote:
> * Andres Mejia <mcitadel@gmail.com> [2007-11-18 16:23:19 CET]:
> > I now see the problem is that cegui >= 0.5.0 is needed. Since kfreebsd
> > doesn't have cegui >= 0.5.0 available yet, the check for it goes to
> > false. I need to fix one of the patches to catch this and I'll need to
> > seperate the cegui-ogre libraries onto a different package.
>  Can you *pretty* please, with sugar on top, add some more informations
> to your BTS mails? It's nasty to require to go to the BTS to see what
> the mail is about. Having the package name or anything else quoted, or
> even a meaningful subject shouldn't be too problematic, is it?
>  Can we please try to have some reasonable parts in the mails we send to
> the BTS, for both users who are receiving the mails, but also for
> ourself as a team to not have to figure out what someone is talking yet
> again?
>  So long,
> Rhonda

OK, well there's an autotool check for the existence of cegui >=
0.5.0. If true, then HAVE_CEGUI is defined. An automake file
(Samples/Common/Makefile.am) then checks for HAVE_CEGUI and if defined
includes CEGUIRenderer in SUBDIRS. I initially patched this file to
only define SUBDIRS with CEGUIRenderer, leaving out other
subdirectories. This was assuming all kernels/architectures that ogre
was built on had cegui >= 0.5.0. When ogre was built on these
kernels/architectures without cegui >= 0.5.0, the build would fail at
this point, since the subdirectory Samples/Common/CEGUIRenderer was
included in the directories to enter during build, but a Makefile
would not be found since none would be generated.

Andres Mejia

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