[Digikam-users] "Install digiKam in your Home Directory"
fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 10:29:19 GMT 2006
Ok, it looks better now :)
I modified the download/svn page to add that.
> Ok, I think I understood the problem.
> In my first try, I forgot to check the lib/kde3 subdir that contains
> imageplugins and kipiplugins.
> When I started digikam with strace, I saw that it was a kipiplugin that
> loaded the old lib.
> All kipiplugins that needed libexiv2 were linked to the old exiv2 lib.
> Here's the reason :
> In my compile script, I didn't use the --with-extra-libs for kipiplugins...
> I'm doing more tests right now but I think this should fix the problem...
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