[Digikam-users] dependency conflict between libopencv and libjpeg9/62-turbo
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Mon Nov 30 08:31:53 GMT 2015
I don't understand. It work or not ?
2015-11-30 9:26 GMT+01:00 Andrew Goodbody <ajg02 at elfringham.co.uk>:
> Ahh, OK, I just checked. I just live with RawEngine not supporting the
> RawSpeed codec.
> On 29/11/15 23:33, Simon Frei wrote:
>> This option is already off, as I have opencv2 installed (off is actually
>> standard, I did not even have to change that). The libjpeg error occurs
>> as part of RawEngine dependencies checks.
>> On 29/11/15 23:44, Andrew Goodbody wrote:
>>> Hmm, I can't remember the details for sure but I disabled whatever it
>>> is that needs the libjpeg >=8.
>>> It maybe as simple as editing bootstrap.linux and changing the
>>> -DENABLE_OPENCV3 from ON to OFF.
>>> On 29/11/15 12:15, Simon Frei wrote:
>>>> I am trying to build digikam on debian. I run into the problem, that I
>>>> can install the libopencv and libjpeg9 packages at the same time, but
>>>> not their -dev packages, which are needed at build time. libopencv
>>>> depends on libjpeg62-turbo-dev which conflicts with libjpeg9-dev. So
>>>> when building, I am either missing opencv or the libjpeg version is too
>>>> low (>=8 needed).
>>>> Can I somehow avoid this problem when building digikam? And maybe
>>>> somebody has some insight in libopencv: Is there really a problem with
>>>> libjpeg versions or is this conflict probably a bug in the libopencv
>>>> package, i.e. would it be reasonable to file a bug report?
>>>> Thanks in advance for any help.
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