[Paraview] Buggy development package?

Dave Partyka dave.partyka at kitware.com
Wed Jul 7 05:45:27 EDT 2010

Good Catch Michael, I'll give that a shot

On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 2:43 AM, Michael Wild <themiwi at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all
> I wanted to give the new development package
> (ParaView-Development-3.8.0-Darwin-x86_64.tar.gz) a try and use it to
> compile a plugin on my Mac. However, it seems that
> lib/paraview-3.8/CMake/ParaViewLibraryDepends.cmake contains XXX_LIB_DEPENDS
> variables referencing libraries from the custom Qt installation used to
> build the package (/Users/partyd/Dashboards/Support/qt-4.6.2-MacOSX10.5). Of
> course, none of those Qt libraries can be found...
> As a hack I just unset the offending pqComponents_LIB_DEPENDS and
> vtkPVServerManager_LIB_DEPENDS variables after including PARAVIEW_USE_FILE.
> But I suspect this might fail on some operating systems.
> Currently I have no idea how this could be fixed in a good way, since these
> entries are auto-created by CMake. Perhaps one way would be wrapping
> TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES in a custom function that explicitly sets the
> LINK_INTERFACE_LIBRARIES property, replacing Qt libraries by
> "\${QT_LIBRARIES}", suitably escaped such that it ends up as ${QT_LIBRARIES}
> in the ParaViewLibraryDepends.cmake file, expanding to the users
> installation of Qt when it is included.
> Michael
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