Just a few observations:
1) Both ninja and Unix Makefiles works if I use cmake on the command-line
2) Kdevelop successfully compiles the project if I use Unix Makefiles
for cmake in stead of Ninja.
So the problem seems related with Ninja. However, it would still be
interesting to understand why it is failing.
Alll the best,
Den 18. okt. 2016 19:44, skrev Jarle Aase:
Hi fellow developers,
After upgrading Debian Testing a few weeks ago, some of my pet
projects could no longer build. They are all C++ projects, using
CMake. I use Kdevelop as my IDE. I waited a while and upgraded again
today, hoping that the problem would be gone. Unfortunately it was not.
For example (from: https://github.com/jgaa/restc-cpp):
~$ src/restc-cpp/dbuild> /usr/bin/ninja
[6/15] Building CXX object
/usr/bin/c++ -D__USE_FILE_OFFSET64=1 -D__USE_LARGEFILE64=1
-I../include -I../externals/rapidjson/include -g -DDEBUG=1 -D_DEBUG=1
-o0 -g -Wall -fPIC -std=c++14 -pthread -MD -MT
cc1plus: fatal error:
src/CMakeFiles/restc-cpp.dir/ConnectionPoolImpl.cpp.d: No such file or
This project used to compile fine with Debian Stable, Debian Testing,
Ubuntu LTS, Suse and even Microsoft Windows.
If someone here has already stumbled into this problem and know how to
fix it, please tell me how. I'm eager to move my projects forward :)
All the best,