Just to give this closure on the list -- the problem was that I had static
libraries for boost (.a files). Once I rebuilt boost as shared libraries
(.so) everything worked fine.
Thanks to Greg and Paolo for their help.
On 21 June 2017 at 11:02, Greg Landrum wrote:
Let's move this off the list for a bit until we get it resolved.
Can you please do: "VERBOSE=1 make testReaction" and send the output just
On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 10:24 AM, JP wrote:
> Looks like it is finding the correct version of boost
Looks like it is finding the correct version of boost (and it is finding
/opt/rdkit/rdkit-Release_2017_03_2/build$ cmake -D
RDK_BUILD_INCHI_SUPPORT=ON -D BOOST_ROOT=/opt/boost_1_61_0/ -D
-- Could NOT find InChI in system locations (missing:
did you build boost serialize?
On Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 12:03 PM, JP wrote:
> Hi Greg !
> Unfortunately that didn't help (I delete everything in my build directory,
> cmake -DRDK_BUILD_INCHI_SUPPORT=ON -DBOOST_ROOT=/opt/boost_1_61_0/
Hi Greg !
Unfortunately that didn't help (I delete everything in my build directory,
cmake -DRDK_BUILD_INCHI_SUPPORT=ON -DBOOST_ROOT=/opt/boost_1_61_0/
and make as usual.
[ 62%] Linking CXX executable testReaction
If you have a system boost install that you do not want to use, you should
be sure to add "-D Boost_NO_SYSTEM_PATHS=ON" to the cmake arguments. This
will (well, should) disable any usage of the system boost.
On Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 9:39 AM, JP wrote:
Funny you should mention that. I have boost 1.61 (installed manually in
/opt) and system boost I installed via sudo apt-get install
/opt/rdkit/rdkit-Release_2017_03_2/build$ dpkg -s libboost-dev | grep
However I pass the BOOST path to cmake via:
On 16/06/2017 12:08, JP wrote:
Must have been eons ago last time I posted to this mailing list. The italians have a saying
"chi non muore si rivede".
I am trying to install the RDKit (release 2017_03_2) from source, without conda, and I
thought this will be a breeze. But I am