On Mon, Nov 08, 2010 at 10:50:47PM +0100, Pavel Nemec wrote:
the problem is
that, contrary to expectations, the WFM plugin needs
to be linked explicitly to the executable.
You know what. I thought that. So I tried to link it. I am using cmake.
FindYast.cmake return this
-- YaST2 found: includes in /usr/include/YaST2, library in /usr/lib/liby2.so
-- plugins in /usr/local/lib/YaST2/plugin
-- scr in YAST_PLUGIN_SCR_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
-- wfm in YAST_PLUGIN_WFM_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
-- UI in YAST_PLUGIN_UI_LIBRARY-NOTFOUND
Is this bug?
Maybe, but I must admit I am not familiar with CMake. So it is hard
to tell if you do not tell us how you use it. I assume you compiled
and installed yast2-core to the /usr/local prefix, and...?
Anyway, look in these files to find examples of using the module:
Martin Vidner, YaST developer
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