The libjson-rpc-cppTargets.cmake file installed by dev-cpp/libjson-rpc-cpp hard codes a dependency on the static version of jsoncpp:
This means that any cmake project that tries to use the libjson-rpc-cpp::jsonrpcclient target will fail to link because the jsoncpp ebuild disables the static libraries.
Projects that use the libjson-rpc-cpp::jsonrpcclient will build if
libjson-rpc-cppTargets.cmake is changed to specify:
Upstream bug: https://github.com/cinemast/libjson-rpc-cpp/issues/253
Out of curiosity, do you actually use this package? I ended up not using it after all, and every time I bump it I'm wondering about lastriting it.
(In reply to Michał Górny from comment #2)
> Out of curiosity, do you actually use this package?
It's a dependency for this library which I use in some applications: https://github.com/minium/bitcoin-api-cpp
I've also found other applications for it in situations where its lack of a websocket client transport isn't an impediment.