requested to merge nmariusp/kdesrc-build:work/nmariusp/possible_solution into master
Notice the section "Possible solution:" below. I think that this section will help people which start using kdesrc-build. The kdesrc-build output (when modules fail to build because of CMake issues) now looks like: "$ kdesrc-build kpat krfb --no-src --no-include-dependencies ... Building krfb from kdenetwork (1/2) Source update complete for krfb: Skipped Preparing build system for krfb. Removing files in build directory for krfb Old build system cleaned, starting new build system. Running cmake targeting Unix Makefiles... Unable to configure krfb with KDE CMake Building kpat from kdegames (2/2) Source update complete for kpat: Skipped Preparing build system for kpat. Removing files in build directory for kpat Old build system cleaned, starting new build system. Running cmake targeting Unix Makefiles... Unable to configure kpat with KDE CMake <<< PACKAGES FAILED TO BUILD >>> krfb - file:///home/n/kde/src/log/2022-10-28-03/krfb/cmake.log kpat - file:///home/n/kde/src/log/2022-10-28-03/kpat/cmake.log Possible solution: Install the build dependencies for the modules: krfb, kpat. Using 'sudo apt build-dep <source_package>', 'sudo dnf builddep <package>' or similar. See https://community.kde.org/Guidelines_and_HOWTOs/Build_from_source/Install_the_dependencies Important notification for krfb: krfb has failed to build 7 times. You can check https://build.kde.org/search/?q=krfb to see if this is expected. Important notification for kpat: kpat has failed to build 10 times. You can check https://build.kde.org/search/?q=kpat to see if this is expected. :-( Your logs are saved in file:///home/n/kde/src/log/2022-10-28-03 "