Issue: dev-python/pyside2-5.15.2-r2 installs pkg-config files that do not respect libdir.
Discovered on: amd64 (internal ref: ci)
Created attachment 798817 [details]
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ci has reproduced this issue with version 5.15.5 - Updating summary.
Unfortunately nothing we can do here, the pkgconfig file contains references to the python stuff in /usr/lib/pythonX.Y/ and to the main libs in /usr/lib64.
@sam: is there something we can do (like adapt the warn)?
We could also check, where the pythonpath is being used. The cmake config files should have the same issue, but it seems there's been no warning present so far in pkgcheck.
Is any package we host in ::gentoo actually using pyside without cmake, i.e. is using pkg-config to get these values? If not, and the research of where the pythonpath variable is actually used leads to the result, we probably won't need it, we could consider, just removing it from the .in file.
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