Time to roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty in the code following my previous chasing of various build errors.
The build error I am seeing now is
/usr/share/tomcat7/.jenkins/workspace/dolfin/build/dolfin/swig/modules/mesh/modulePYTHON_wrap.cxx: In function ‘PyObject* _wrap_MeshGeometry_set(PyObject*, PyObject*)’:
/usr/share/tomcat7/.jenkins/workspace/dolfin/build/dolfin/swig/modules/mesh/modulePYTHON_wrap.cxx:18767:60: error: no matching function for call to ‘dolfin::MeshGeometry::set(std::size_t&, const std::vector
(arg1)->set(arg2,(std::vector< double > const &)*arg3);
This is in the swig autogenerated file modulePYTHON_wrap.cxx, but I can’t work out why it is trying to use them. Disabling the Python wrappers in the cmake options allows the build to complete.
While looking at this, I noticed that cmake is complaining that PetSc was built without cusp support, so PetSc support is disabled. Looking further into it, cusp requires a Cuda compatible GPU, which is not available on the AWS cloud (leastwise, not on the machine I am using there, it might be on the chunkier machines, but I doubt it). So I am going to have to live without Petsc support in dolfin.
This also means that I can disable the petsc, petsc4py, slepc and slepc4py projects, since they are only used by dolfin.
The build is finally fixed in build #506.