[Digikam-devel] [digikam] [Bug 326018] freezes when I attempt to use the sharpen/refocus tool

Raymond Wooninck tittiatcoke at gmail.com
Thu Feb 20 18:36:05 GMT 2014


--- Comment #13 from Raymond Wooninck <tittiatcoke at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> Yes, I see this also in my local build, but when I look down further it says
> --  digiKam can be compiled.................. YES

This statement is correct as that Eigen3 was declared as an optional

> and no Makefile is generated. If I understand Gilles correctly, this is the
> intended behavior. How about in your build, Raymond? The question then is,
> what Makefile is used for building?

With our build a makefile is correctly generated.  We have the following
[  235s] --  Doxygen found............................ YES (optional)
[  235s] --  digiKam can be compiled.................. YES
[  235s] --
[  235s] -- 
[  235s] -- Adjusting compilation flags for GCC version ( 4.7.2 )
[  235s] -- Looking for dgettext
[  236s] -- Looking for dgettext - found
[  236s] -- Found Gettext: built in libc
[  236s] -- Configuring done
[  240s] -- Generating done
[  240s] -- Build files have been written to:

> I have now installed digikam version 3.2.0 from the openSUSE 12.3 system
> repos. What Raymond calls "lack of the Refocus tool" is exactly the behavior
> that gave rise to the discussion here: It is possible to select the Refocus
> tool very well to start and to stop it. It is just doing nothing and running
> for ever. I wouldn't call this "lacking".

That is something that I don't control. As indicated eigen3 is an optional
package and digikam should be able to be build without it. If the Refocus tool
can still be started, is a different discussion. But before you installed the
package from the openSUSE system, did you removed the locally build package ? 
However be aware that digikam version 3.5.0 is available from the openSUSE
Build Service.

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