If you can't find something in the standard repository, SFE
is the first place to look. Blastwave et. al. are severely out of date and were never intended for anything newer than Solaris 10. OpenIndiana is hosting an IPS repository of prebuilt SFE packages, which you should add:
pfexec pkg set-publisher -O http://staticdev.uk.openindiana.org:10002/ oi-sfe
It contains boost packages, but not opencv. Try building it yourself from the SFE spec. Also, keep in mind that pkg list
will only print packages installed on your system. You'll need to use pkg list -a
to print the entire contents of the repo.
Also be aware that the location and organization of oi-sfe might change. OpenIndiana hasn't finalized how they want to handle packages yet.
Thanks. I added the SFE repo with the pfexec command you specified above and this version had enough that the boost portions of code that were failing to compile previously actually compiled this time.
Digging around I found http://staticdev.uk.openindiana.org:100 ... ion=Search
So now, OpenCV is my only concern for this part of the project.Edit:
After installing pkg-config 0.25 from sunfreeware.com I did get OpenCV 1.0.0 to build, but not 1.1.
Hopefully there are no dependancies on newer versions.
But now there are other issues to deal with and should be doing other work anyway.
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