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Re: build with openRTI fails

Postby bugman » Tue Feb 23, 2016 2:42 pm

For the record, as this will hopefully be merged in the near future, the boost test errors are due to a typo that has always been present but that only seems to affect MS Windows. The fix is simple enough:

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diff --git a/CMakeModules/BoostTestTargets.cmake b/CMakeModules/BoostTestTargets.cmake
index a858cfa..3da3126 100644
--- a/CMakeModules/BoostTestTargets.cmake
+++ b/CMakeModules/BoostTestTargets.cmake
@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ function(add_boost_test _name)
                if(NOT _boostTestTargetsNagged${_name} STREQUAL "${includeType}")
-                       if("includeType" STREQUAL "CONFIGURED")
+                       if("${includeType}" STREQUAL "CONFIGURED")
                                        "Test '${_name}' uses the CMake-configurable form of the boost test framework - congrats! (Including File: ${includeFileLoc})")
                        elseif("${includeType}" STREQUAL "INCLUDED")

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Re: build with openRTI fails

Postby hamzaalloush » Tue Feb 23, 2016 6:04 pm

Thank you Edward,

you have been a strong driving force towards positive change in Flightgear, and i hope you continue to do so.
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