Starting from scratch is definitely the safest bet, but I *thought* that you could just delete the CMakeCache.txt

On 05/02/14 18:53, Ted Ross wrote:
There's one other thing to be careful of... Once CMake determines that it's not there, it will not reconsider after you've installed the dependency. Make sure you delete your whole build directory and re-configure.


On 02/05/2014 12:02 PM, Roberto Pagliari wrote:
Hi Alan,
I have uuid-dev installed but it still cannot find it. Is there a flag on
the CMakeLists file? I can't see it when running ccmake.

Thank you,

On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 11:07 AM, Alan Conway <> wrote:

On Tue, 2014-02-04 at 17:50 -0500, Roberto Pagliari wrote:
I'm getting this error when using ccmake to build proton (on Ubuntu 12)

  CMake Error at proton-c/CMakeLists.txt:126 (message):
    No Uuid API found

does anyone know how to fix it? I can't find this flag in ccmake gui and
uuid is available on my system.

You may need uuid-devel or whatever is the equivalent package on your
distribution. E.g. on fedora 20 the libuuid package contains the uuid
library, but libuuid-devel contains the .h files that are also needed to
build proton.

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