12.10.2016, 18:48, "Eric Noulard" <eric.noul...@gmail.com>:
> 2016-10-12 17:28 GMT+02:00 Konstantin Tokarev <annu...@yandex.ru>:
>> Hello,
>>
>> In my cmake project I need to use system version of libxml2 on macOS 
>> (/usr/lib/libxml2.dylib), however in case it is installed in MacPorts the 
>> latter version is picked by find_package. On the other hand I'd like to 
>> avoid hardcoding absolute path, just in case Apple changes some path or file 
>> name in future OS version.
>>
>> I've tried
>>
>> find_package(LibXml2 2.8.0 REQUIRED PATHS "/usr" NO_DEFAULT_PATH)
>>
>> however it fails to find anything at all. Any ideas?
>
> My guess is that your find_package call end up in "Module mode"  because 
> there is a FindLibXml2.cmake module bundled with cmake does not honor all 
> options of the find_package when in this mode.
>
> So I bet FindLibXml2.cmake does not handle the given
> "PATHS "/usr" NO_DEFAULT_PATH" part.
>
> Which are handled by find_package when running in "Config mode".
>
> I suggest you to try patch and update the FindLibXml2.cmake module.

Could anyone point me to module example that handles NO_DEFAULT_PATH correctly?

> Or simply craft your own
>
> find_library(...) call.if you only need the libxml2.

That's not an elegant solution as I need to find include dir as well, and also 
do the same for libxslt which is in the same boat.

> Eric
>
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>> Konstantin
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