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[05/31] gnu: extra-cmake-modules: Update to 5.24.0.

Message ID 20160801181342.16203-6-david@craven.ch
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David Craven Aug. 1, 2016, 6:13 p.m. UTC
From: Hartmut Goebel <h.goebel@crazy-compilers.com>

* gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm: Update to 5.24.0.

Co-authored-by: David Craven <david@craven.ch>
 gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm | 22 +++++++++++++++-------
 1 file changed, 15 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)


Andreas Enge Aug. 1, 2016, 8:19 p.m. UTC | #1
On Mon, Aug 01, 2016 at 08:13:16PM +0200, David Craven wrote:
> From: Hartmut Goebel <h.goebel@crazy-compilers.com>
> * gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm: Update to 5.24.0.
> Co-authored-by: David Craven <david@craven.ch>

Now that you have taken over the project (and will probably end up modifying
the commits), and since you will do the final commits, I would do things the
other way round: Put yourself is the author, and add a "Co-authored-by" line
for Hartmut.

> -        (uri (string-append "http://download.kde.org/stable/frameworks/"
> +        (uri (string-append "mirror://kde/stable/frameworks/"
>                              (version-major+minor version) "/"
>                              name "-" version ".tar.xz"))

All modifications should either be done in separate patches, or at least be
mentioned in the commit log. Here the changing of the URL is not necessary
for the update, but probably does not warrant a separate commit (unless you
want to do it together with the introduction of the KDE mirrors, when you
could at the same time update the existing KDE packages). So you could add
a line:
[source]: Use mirror.

> +    (native-inputs
> +     `(("qtbase" ,qtbase)))    ; For tests (needs qmake)

This would also need to be mentioned in the commit message.

> +    (arguments `(#:tests? #f)) ; FIXME: All tests pass, but install fails after
> +                               ; running tests.

And hopefully, there should be a line:
[arguments]: Enable tests.

For the record, here is the output of the install phase:
starting phase `install'
/gnu/store/sac1fmc84cvqnrh577flhpb6arkyr922-cmake-3.3.2/bin/cmake -H/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0 -B/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build --check-build-system CMakeFiles/Makefile.cmake 0
/gnu/store/sac1fmc84cvqnrh577flhpb6arkyr922-cmake-3.3.2/bin/cmake -E cmake_progress_start /tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build/CMakeFiles /tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build/CMakeFiles/progress.marks
make -f CMakeFiles/Makefile2 all
make[1]: Entering directory '/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build'
make -f tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/build.make tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/depend
make[2]: Entering directory '/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build'
tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/build.make:52: CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/depend.make: No such file or directory
tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/build.make:55: CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/progress.make: No such file or directory
tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/build.make:58: CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/flags.make: No such file or directory
make[2]: *** No rule to make target 'CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/flags.make'.  Stop.
make[2]: Leaving directory '/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:208: recipe for target 'tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/all' failed
make[1]: *** [tests/ECMToolchainAndroidTest/CMakeFiles/dummy.dir/all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/tmp/guix-build-extra-cmake-modules-5.24.0.drv-0/build'
Makefile:163: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2

To me, this looks as if the tests created additional subdirectories, which
are now traversed during the install phase. One possible solution could be
to exchange the two phases.

I often take inspiration from Arch or Gentoo. In Arch:
There is a "-DBUILD_TESTING=OFF" flag, so apparently they do not test.

In Gentoo, I found this:
The words "broken test" are suspicious.

In Linux From Scratch, for an older version of the package:
"This package does not come with a test suite."

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diff --git a/gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm b/gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm
index 74fbac2..39e2292 100644
--- a/gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm
+++ b/gnu/packages/kde-frameworks.scm
@@ -32,21 +32,29 @@ 
 (define-public extra-cmake-modules
     (name "extra-cmake-modules")
-    (version kde-frameworks-version)
+    (version "5.24.0")
         (method url-fetch)
-        (uri (string-append "http://download.kde.org/stable/frameworks/"
+        (uri (string-append "mirror://kde/stable/frameworks/"
                             (version-major+minor version) "/"
                             name "-" version ".tar.xz"))
-          "1kbc5fkcbz9vkg0jpz10vsfgwajlrsmbl0vrbls5qvrdgbgrwlm3"))))
-    ;; The package looks for Qt5LinguistTools provided by Qt, but apparently
-    ;; compiles without it; it might be needed for building the
-    ;; documentation, which requires the additional Sphinx package.
-    ;; To save space, we do not add these inputs.
+          "01m12ml529pwr2sal951r5z6yb1rwbpid1y4k14nlk3xqgmdakwa"))))
     (build-system cmake-build-system)
+    (native-inputs
+     `(("qtbase" ,qtbase)))    ; For tests (needs qmake)
+    (arguments `(#:tests? #f)) ; FIXME: All tests pass, but install fails after
+                               ; running tests.
+    ;; optional dependencies - to save space, we do not add these inputs.
+    ;; Sphinx > 1.2:
+    ;;   Required to build Extra CMake Modules documentation in Qt Help format.
+    ;; Qt5LinguistTools , Qt5 linguist tools. , <http://www.qt.io/>
+    ;;   Required to run tests for the ECMPoQmTools module.
+    ;; Qt5Core
+    ;;   Required to run tests for the ECMQtDeclareLoggingCategory module,
+    ;;   and for some tests of the KDEInstallDirs module.
     (home-page "https://community.kde.org/Frameworks")
     (synopsis "CMake module files for common software used by KDE")
     (description "The Extra CMake Modules package, or ECM, adds to the