I have a Problem with installing a Software from source on my Debian buster.
The Installation depends on a package called “couchbase-lite”. I have no clue how to get that package neither how to install that package.
Can someone here please help me to resolve that issue.
Can you send the details of the installation? I don’t believe such a package has ever existed.
For compiling the source code i just have to use the three comon steps (configure, make, make install).
When I use ./configure I get the following output:
checking for covem… no
checking for cov-gtk… no
checking for cov-html… no
checking for GLIBSHARP… yes
checking for GTKSHARP… yes
checking for JSON… yes
checking for DB4O… yes
checking for MONO_ADDINS… yes
checking for COUCHBASE… no
configure: error: Package requirements (couchbase-lite) were not met:
No package ‘couchbase-lite’ found
Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you
installed software in a non-standard prefix.
Alternatively, you may set the environment variables COUCHBASE_CFLAGS
and COUCHBASE_LIBS to avoid the need to call pkg-config.
See the pkg-config man page for more details.
I hope that helps.
But you haven’t told us what package you’re trying to build.
I’m sorry for that.
I’m trying to build longomatch-1.3.7. It is an old version approx. 4 years old.
If you need more information, I am trying to provide it.
The only longomatch project I can find is this one and it doesn’t have a premade configure script, and furthermore it uses C# so whatever build logic is being used should be able to simply use some Nuget commands to pull down the package. The build instructions in that repo are quite different as well. It looks like it depends on this fork of Couchbase Lite .NET. I can’t find anywhere that they actually published their packages though so it would be best to file an issue on either of those repos if this is the correct project.