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Re: Help with a problem while building a deb package

Thank you for the suggestion. I've managed to bypass the problem by removing a target from my CMakeList.txt file. I have not yet discovered the reason for this target forcing a linkage with libboost 1.42.0 but, for now, i've been able to continue building my first deb package. Now .. fiting with lintian!  ;-)

Thank you very much.

2012/10/9 Игорь Пашев <pashev.igor@gmail.com>
Make sure you have libboost-date-time1.49-dev installed
(at least  libboost-date-time<NOT 1.42>-dev )

2012/10/6 cecilio <s.cecilio@gmail.com>:
> Thank you very much,
> I didn't know the meaning of those "ii","rc" flags. Ok. I've learn something
> and  first issue solved: It can not link with libboost 1.42.0 because it is
> not installed. This is easy to fix, but the important question:
> Why is it trying to link with libboost 1.42.0 ?
>  In no place in my debian/ files, nor in my CMakeList.txt or build scripts,
> this particular 1.42.0 version is written. In fact, the build script detects
> version 1.46.1
> Is there a command to get more trace details for investigating this issue?
> Any other command/action I could do to try to debug this?
> Cecilio
> 2012/10/5 Игорь Пашев <pashev.igor@gmail.com>
>> 2012/10/5 cecilio <s.cecilio@gmail.com>:
>> > At this point I'm completely lost because libboost_date_time version
>> > 1.42.0
>> > is installed in my machine, as dpkg shows:
>> >
>> > $ dpkg -l | grep 'boost'
>> > ii libboost-date-time-dev date-time libraries based on generic
>> > programming (default version)
>> > rc libboost-date-time1.42.0 1.42.0-4ubuntu2 set of date-time libraries
>> > based
>> > on generic programming concepts
>> I guess libboost-date-time1.42.0  is *not* installed

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