Thanks very much for just taking care of this---I'm returning this
evening from some international travel, and it would be a day or two
before I could get to it. Do let me know if you encounter any
problems in the future, though.
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 12:16 PM, Hanspeter Niederstrasser
> On 10/20/2012 8:11 PM, Daniel Macks wrote:
>> On Sat, 20 Oct 2012 19:40:58 -0400, Hanspeter Niederstrasser
>> <fink@...> wrote:
>>> Your package cgal4 fails to build with this error:
>>> Boost version: 1.35.0
>>> Boost include path: /sw/include/boost-1_35
>>> The following Boost libraries could not be found:
>>> 'fink list -i boost' says that I have boost1.35.python25,
>>> boost1.35.python25-shlibs, and boost1.35.python26-shlibs installed,
>>> none of which have the boost_thread library, but are listed as
>>> permitted under cgal4's (Build)Depends field.
>>> Manually installing boost1.35.nopython-shlibs allows the build to
>>> finish. The (Build)Depends fields need to be fixed to point to a
>>> single package that actually provides the boost_thread library.
>>> Assuming cgal4 actually works with them, boost1.41.cmake-shlibs or
>>> boost1.46.cmake-shlibs could also be used.
>> Also, all the runtime dependencies on the gmp and mpfr1 -shlibs need to
>> go in the -shlibs splitoff (they are required by the cgal4-shlibs, not
>> by the headers in cgal4 itself).
> I've gone ahead and updated cgal4. it now uses just cmake1.46.1 and I took
> the opportunity to update it to 3.5.1 which is the last of the 3.5 series.
> Newer versions will need a new package name since the library install_name
> got increased.