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Question about find_package

Steven Truppe
Hi everyone,

i'm on debian strech and there is a package called clang-4.0 that
contains a ClangConfig.cmake in the

path /usr/local/llvm/cmake but find_package(Clang 4.0 REQUIRED) is not
able to find it.. it worked the day before.. i don't know what i'm doing
wrong here.


best regards!


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Re: Question about find_package

Steven Truppe

The ClangConfig.cmake file is in /usr/share/llvm4.0/cmake ...

On 16.03.19 13:11, [hidden email] wrote:
Hi everyone,

i'm on debian strech and there is a package called clang-4.0 that
contains a ClangConfig.cmake in the

path /usr/local/llvm/cmake but find_package(Clang 4.0 REQUIRED) is not
able to find it.. it worked the day before.. i don't know what i'm doing
wrong here.


best regards!



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Re: Question about find_package

Steven Truppe

https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=862328

On 16.03.19 13:34, [hidden email] wrote:

The ClangConfig.cmake file is in /usr/share/llvm4.0/cmake ...

On 16.03.19 13:11, [hidden email] wrote:
Hi everyone,

i'm on debian strech and there is a package called clang-4.0 that
contains a ClangConfig.cmake in the

path /usr/local/llvm/cmake but find_package(Clang 4.0 REQUIRED) is not
able to find it.. it worked the day before.. i don't know what i'm doing
wrong here.


best regards!




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