Hi, On mercredi 16 mai 2018 05:17:02 CEST Michael Pyne wrote: > > The only thing that comes to mind is the possibility of using the > "CMAKE_MODULE_PATH" setting as well. > > From looking at the kdesrc-build code, we set CMAKE_MODULE_PATH for Qt > modules, but don't also do the same (by default) for the module being > built. > > For the majority of KDE code this shouldn't matter, as CMAKE_MODULE_PATH > is used for the "Module" mode of CMake's find_package(), which most code > no longer uses. Instead we use "Config" mode for most find_package() > calls (which uses CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH). See the find_package > documentation for details.  > > CMake will use "Module" mode by default for find_package() calls that > use the "simplified" syntax and for which it can find matching CMake > modules. In the right setup that means it's possible for CMake to find > different packages depending only on whether the find_package() call > uses a simplified or complex syntax, which could explain why some > modules found the wrong module and some did not. > > To confirm this, you could try exporting CMAKE_MODULE_PATH to something > like "$HOME/kde/usr/lib64/cmake" manually, before running kdesrc-build > for kauth. Though I'm planning just to modify kdesrc-build to set the > variable regardless just in case. > CMAKE_MODULE_PATH ? really ? exporting it should be considered bad practice. CMake will ignore it anyway.
The only way to tell CMake where to find stuff is CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH and nothing else.