[Digikam-users] Exiv2 library missing???
fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 08:52:54 GMT 2006
Daniel Bauer wrote:
> On Monday 04 December 2006 19:34, Duncan Hill wrote:
>>Caulier Gilles wrote:
>>>Le Lundi 4 Décembre 2006 18:27, Duncan Hill a écrit :
>>>>>Of course I cannot find out anything in there... The only thing that
>>>>>catched my eye was a (part of a) script that seemed to be just
>>>>>displayed in the console, but not executed (I guess). It's at the end
>>>>>of the compile_exiv2.sh.out.txt.
>>>>Nuke your SVN copy of Exiv2 from installation and build areas.
>>>>Re-checkout Exiv2 (or use the .12 tarball), recompile and reinstall.
>>>>That worked for me.
>>>>Digikam-users mailing list
>>>>Digikam-users at kde.org
>>>digikam and kipi-plugins require at least Exiv2 0.12 :
>>Yes. What I encountered was even with an svn up and reconfigure/rebuild
>>of exiv2 from svn, it still installed as .10, not .12. I had to remove
>>the entire build area and the installed libs and recompile from scratch.
> Ok, I kind of understand ;-)
> so, what do I exactly have to do to "nuke" my Exiv2 svn copy?
> I had already removed *all* directores/files within my "DIGIKAMDEST"-path and
> then let in completely reinstall with the compile_exiv2.sh script....
> Must I do something additional to just deleting directories/files?
> (Remember: I use the scripts from "Install digiKam in your Home Directory" on
> http://www.digikam.org/?q=download/svn )
I sent an email about that on kde imaging list.
With their new check for exiv2-0.12, it doesn't work by default because
pkg-config can't find exiv2.
There's a workaround : add this in the script (with other exports) :
I will add that on the digikam website
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