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igor_b igor_b is offline
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Default Compiling cmake on Solaris 11.3.25

Hello,
I'm trying to compile cmake 3.7.2 (2017Q2 branch) on my Solaris 11.3.25 zone. Here's my mk.conf:

ABI= 64
PKGSRC_COMPILER= sunpro
CFLAGS+= -m64
CC= cc
CXX= CC
CPP= ${CC} -E
SUNWSPROBASE= /opt/developerstudio12.5/

PKG_DBDIR= /usr/pkg64/var/db/pkg
LOCALBASE= /usr/pkg64
VARBASE= /usr/pkg64/var
PKG_TOOLS_BIN= /usr/pkg64/sbin
PKGINFODIR= info
PKGMANDIR= man

TOOLS_PLATFORM.install?= /usr/pkg64/bin/bsdinstall
TOOLS_PLATFORM.sh?= /usr/bin/bash
X11_TYPE= modular
ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+= oracle-binary-code-license

Compilation bombs at 86%, linking portion. Full output is attached.

Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanks
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1) I don't know why you're asking about compiling for Solaris in the NetBSD threads.
2) OpenCSW has a version of cmake from 2016 that you can probably mimic to build a new version.
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