The two need to match to set the REF to a github osgearth commit from 2.10 and either find the SHA or run vcpkg install osgearth and you will get an error message about a found SHA and expecting SHA so paste in the expecting value and try again.
The issue with that is what Glenn mentioned, if you are current on vcpkg, the dependencies such as GEOS or GDAL might be a problem.
The other choice is to roll back to an earlier commit of vcpkg that contained the osgearth 2.10 portfile. That should get you a working osgearth with the dependencies at the time. Problem is you are stuck at that vcpkg commit.
Also keep in mind that vcpkg is just local to the folder so if you want to try either, just make a new folder, git pull vcpkg, and ./bootstrap
-- Paul Levy : Pelican Mapping
On Wed, Jan 13, 2021 at 8:16 AM gwaldron [via osgEarth] <[hidden email]> wrote:
I believe you would have to checkout the old vcpkg portfiles for osgEarth 2.10.