the bundled conda-packages for FreeCAD are huge.triplus wrote:To be honest it's working out without the mentioned feature being available. Sure. It would be great to have that in the future. But highly likely we aren't talking about a deal breaker.
docs? Yes absolutely necessary, but first I need to work on the "never ending todo list".triplus wrote:I see. Adding the Conda instructions here would therefore make some sense?
+1triplus wrote:P.S. We could i guess be more aggressive and flip the Py3 flags on for Trusty builds. And let that propagate to AppImage. If we decide and do that Py3 related reports will for sure start to come after.
I also need to set boost-python
Git needs to be available only when Cmake is run.
I was/am working on an update scheme with my builds using Conda as a dependency package manager
I can build an 14.04 x86_64 on my PPA https://launchpad.net/~clhclh/+archive/ ... /+packages
hmm somehow, I removed this dependency. I guess this was the problem. Hopefully the next build will be fixed.sgrogan wrote:Git needs to be available only when Cmake is run.
Can you post the error? For conda I am using now external smesh and pybind11 as new dependencies. Both are available from conda-forge channel. Also there is a bug in cmake 3.11 so better use 3.10.sgrogan wrote: There are no recent updates because I am having trouble compiling, right now my problem is with pybind11 in CMake.
And how much extra work does that come down to on your side (PPA maintenance)? That is if we decide and try to reuse it to provide additional daily Py3 and 64-bit oriented AppImage from it?sgrogan wrote: ↑Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:14 pmI can build an 14.04 x86_64 on my PPA https://launchpad.net/~clhclh/+archive/ ... /+packages
But this breaks the i386 build.
Not much at all for 14.04 x86_64
I can't even do a QT5 build locally yet, so this will take some time. we're gonna have to package a bunch of stuff on the PPA to get QT5 working for all the supported releases. Again Kurt's work will be foundational.