[Digikam-users] Compiling from git
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Wed Aug 24 14:45:13 BST 2011
Am 24.08.2011 15:35, schrieb sleepless:
> Op 24-08-11 15:26, Martin (KDE) schreef:
>> At first hand: none. download digikam (from
>> for example) and install it (with yum localinstall).
> Weren´t you after installing 2.1.0 from git, Marie-Noelle ???
This has nothing to do with installation of binaries somewhere. This is
just to get all basic stuff installed (like compiler, libs and other
tools) the src.rpm can be deleted afterwards.
Sometimes it is very hard to get all required dependencies the right
way. Using libs and tools from different sources in not always a good
idea if you can use the same from your distribution repositories. The
described procedure will take care that the required dependencies for
compiling digikam are installed.
digikam itself will be installed from git. At least it is the way I went
last time I installed digikam from source.
>> Otherwise you have to search for a kde-testing repo with src. The
>> default fedora one does not provide source RPMs.
>>> - with yum, I know the --enablerepo clause, but I don't know hom to
>>> find the (name of the) source
>> I don't know a repo with testing src rpms.
>>> - with rpm - which I have used very scarcely up to now - I have no
>>> idea how to specifiy the repo
>> plain rpm does not know anything about repos. This is yum stuff only.
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