On 18/02/2018 23:02, spiky wrote:
> On 18/02/18 21:53, Pierre Labastie wrote:
>> On 18/02/2018 18:23, spiky wrote:
>>> There dosn't seem to be away to install without GnuPG, I tried disabling the
>>> test for it but requires gpg.
>>> GnuGP is down as optional (tests) There dosn't seem to be ant option to
>>> disable it
>> What is the error message? I cannot find a test in configure involving gpg or
>> gnupg...
>> If you run the tests, then gnupg is supposed to be installed, unless you pass
>> --disable-gpg-tests to configure. But tests are optional, and so is gnupg.
>> Pierre
> Nope didn't run any tests, it was during make it failed looking for gpg, I
> think it decended in to a test dir then failed, hence why I disabled (
> --disable-gpg, --disable-gpgsm,). I didn't  use "--disable-gpg-tests".  Once I
> had built Gnupg it ran make fine.

The test programs are unconditionally built during "make" stage, unless
disabled. I think the best for us is to add --disable-gpg-test to configure:
it allows to build, and we can explain that this switch can be removed if gpg
is installed.

Thanks for the report,
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