[Digikam-users] Exiv2 library missing???
linux at daniel-bauer.com
Tue Dec 5 12:58:52 GMT 2006
On Tuesday 05 December 2006 12:23, Fabien wrote:
> Ok, I changed the website and the compile_digikam.txt script.
> Note, only compile_digikam.txt needs to be changed.
> Could you try with the latest script and sent the one you used so we can
> check what's the problem ?
> I hope you didn't put the export PKG_CONFIG_PATH *before* the definition
> of $DIGIKAMDEST ;-)
hehe, could be possible :-)
but no, I had it in the right place.
Now, I have still no luck. Just to be sure I've downloaded the scripts again
and used them for another try. Here's what I did:
- deleted everything in /home/digi/digikamSVN and in /home/digi/digikam_svn
- placed freshly downloaded scripts in /home/digi/digikam_svn
- in console (as user daniel):
su -l digi (+ password)
./compile_exiv2.sh >compile_exiv2.out.txt 2>&1
./compile_digikam.sh >compile_digikam.out.txt 2>&1
Got the same errors....
One thing I wonder: while running compile_digikam, in the results for the
Kipi_Plugins configure it says:
-- Exiv2 library found............ YES
but later in the same script, in the results for digiKam configure, it says:
-- Exiv2 library found............ NO
So it is as if it forgot where the Exiv2 library is during executing the
I copied everything to my server, so you can see all the output. The above
mentioned lines are 1243 (Yes) and 5087 (no) in the compile-digikam-output.
I've also copied the used scripts on the server, but they should be exactly
what I've downloaded except of the changed path... But you can check, if I
messed up something, although I think I havn't.
here's the ouput:
and the scripts:
I wonder about the "/" at the end of the DIGIKAMDEST-path, because then
sometimes I see "/home/digi/digikamSVN//" with two "/". However, I've also
tried with leaving the final "/" away, didn't change anything.
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