RTRLIB-Pull-Request Testing

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Comments on Ubuntu 18.04 arm7

  1. Anonymous user

    Detected hung build state. Attempting to generate stack trace and terminate spawned sub-processes.

Code commits

Author Commit Message Commit date
Marcel Röthke <marcel.roethke@haw-hamburg.de> Marcel Röthke <marcel.roethke@haw-hamburg.de> 56e67e7805953eb84d3d68dfb4ff4447f2a8c925 56e67e7805953eb84d3d68dfb4ff4447f2a8c925 cmake: use FindPkgConfig to search for libssh availability
Previously a homegrown find script was used. That made assumptions
about location of some header files that do not hold true anymore for
recent libssh versions. The canonical why of finding libraries is
pkg-config and cmake has excellent support for that. So we simply use
it.