I used this patch to build on c8s:
Looks like I forgot to send it upstream.
On Thu, Mar 17, 2022 at 7:44 AM Vaillant Romain via Devel <
I've got a bit in trouble trying to build ganesha (4.0.2) with python
admin tools on
RHEL8, the search for the python interpreter fails (it does have python3.6
available in /usr/bin).
I am not sure if it is problem in the CMakeLists.txt configuration or
an environment / cmake problem (as I am not familiar with cmake).
I had a similar issue on Centos7, but I got it solved with
Python_ROOT_PATH set to /usr/bin,
this solution doesn't work at all on RHEL8 and I didn't find any other.
The only difference that I currently see is that on centos7 cmake is 3.17.5
and on rhel8 cmake is 3.20.2. And AFAIK, the FindPython.cmake changed quite
a bit in between.
If I put back the old FindPython module on RHEL8, the python package is
Trying to debug the search (find_program),
I found that the NAMES are always empty e.g:
Documentation: Path to a program.
Only Search Frameworks: 0
Search Frameworks Last: 0
Search Frameworks First: 0
Only Search AppBundle: 0
Search AppBundle Last: 0
Search AppBundle First: 0
I thought that it was a configuration problem on my side, but after
digging a bit it seems that the cmake_parse_arguments (PARSE_ARGV ...)
gets misinterpreted and uses PARSE_ARGV as a prefix... But it seems a bit
big to be true.
Is this a known problem ? Does someone has any insight / pointers on this ?
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