I've been going through my patch backlog and ran into this one.  Is this
patch still relevant?



On 5/20/2016 6:50 PM, Simon Wells wrote:
> heres the patch
> On Sat, May 21, 2016 at 10:49 AM, Simon Wells <> wrote:
>> Please find attached updated patch that removes
>> CMakeModules/CMakeFindFrameworks.cmake
>> Adam if you can test the patch it would be useful
>> but based on when that file was last changed (in 2013) and is the same
>> in the ubuntu 14.04 cmake 2.8.12 distribution  as it is in 3.5 which i
>> use i don't think it should be an issue at all
>> Simon
>> On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 6:40 PM, Simon Wells <> wrote:
>>> Included are updated FindPython cmake modules, Using the current
>>> FindPython*.cmake files with the mingw modifications from in tree. I
>>> have been unable to test the mingw versions as i do not have a mingw
>>> environment set up
>>> The reason i have updated these as currently the scripts first looks
>>> for the version thats specified, aka FindPythonInterp 2.6 will prefer
>>> version 2.6 to 2.7 so if both are installed then it requires
>>> specifying. The new script i believe first checks the system python.
>>> Again i am not sure if this will break mingw but i think it would be
>>> better to modify the new version regardless.
>>> As part of this would it be better if we only included a
>>> FindPythonInterp for mingw as it seems we only need the customisation
>>> for mingw and we are losing the ability to just use updated scripts
>>> for other operating systems
>>> Simon
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