AIX failed install uamqp 1.2.10

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there is a issue for install uamqp 1.2.10 in AIX 7
the CMAKE generates invalid make files for AIX or the dependent libraries are not resolved correctly. Can you please confirm if this is compiled successfully on AIX OS and if so, which OS
version and share with us the dependent AIX libraries?

Is this a package, or part of a package I built?
cmake I recognize as something I looked at years ago (and used for for what required it) - but uamqp does not ring a bell.
p.s. Willing to help, if I can, - but need a bit more info.

hi Michael.
Thank you for your reply, I meant the AIX server.
I'm appreciated for your answer :)

If I search for 'uampq' I get as the top hit.
So, I see it as a potential python module.
The second link I find is:
And, both modules cause me to think this related to a cloud-managed environment.
How to got forward: I could probably build, but not test the python module - but that would be using my python, not the python from BULL or the AIX Toolbox.
Let me know if there is anything additional I can (try to) do.

OK - guessing you mean 'pip install uamqp' issues - I hit the cmake barrier as well:
  Building with generator flags: -G "Unix Makefiles"
  calling cmake /tmp/pip-wheel-51uepq6b/uamqp/src/vendor/azure-uamqp-c/ -G "Unix Makefiles" -Duse_openssl:bool=ON -Duse_default_uuid:bool=ON  -Duse_built       in_httpapi:bool=ON  -Dskip_samples:bool=ON -DCMAKE_POSITION_INDEPENDENT_CODE=TRUE -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release
  /bin/sh: cmake:  not found.
  Traceback (most recent call last):
...  subprocess.CalledProcessError: Command 'cmake /tmp/pip-wheel-51uepq6b/uamqp/src/vendor/azure-uamqp-c/ -G "Unix Makefiles" -Duse_openssl:bool=ON -Duse_d       efault_uuid:bool=ON  -Duse_builtin_httpapi:bool=ON  -Dskip_samples:bool=ON -DCMAKE_POSITION_INDEPENDENT_CODE=TRUE -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release' returned no       n-zero exit status 127.
  ERROR: Failed building wheel for uamqp
  Running clean for uamqp
Failed to build uamqp
ERROR: Failed to build one or more wheels

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