I’m trying to build a snap on
core22 that consists of an application and a plugin module (shared library) for that application. The plugin needs, besides Ubuntu standard libraries, three libraries that we need to build ourselves. Building the application works fine.
Now I added parts for the libraries. Below is one of them. This works just fine, but so far no part depended on another.
magic_enum: source: https://github.com/Neargye/magic_enum source-type: git source-commit: 43a9272f450fd07e85868ed277ebd793e40806df plugin: cmake
Next step, I need to build the plugin. I was hoping I could do that using
after, as in
reasoning: after: - swipl - magic_enum - catch2 - spdlog ...
But, it cannot find these dependencies Running
snapcraft --debug, the dependencies appear in
/root/stage where CMake doesn’t find them. We could use
-DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/root/stage/usr, but then trying to run the staged binary (
/root/stage/usr/bin/swipl) says it cannot find its shared library dependency. I can hack around that by setting
While eventually this may work, I’d assume there must be a simpler way, no?