[CentOS] Maintainer for Krita on CentOS
legrand.simon at gmail.com
Thu May 17 20:00:22 UTC 2012
Hi Boudewijn we're waiting impatiently for your tarball. Thanks again so
much for the hard work. Krita on centos is a god send for all visual
effects studios that use centos because of Autodesk's support for redhat
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Boudewijn Rempt <boudewijn.rempt at kogmbh.com
> I'm the Krita maintainer. I managed to finish building Krita on CentOS 5.8
> yesterday with almost all optional dependencies. It's a 32 bits build,
> since I used a VM. I'm very much unfamiliar with CentOS, so I probably did
> a lot of things wrong, but the end result seems to work fine :-).
> First for the Qt issue: the reason Krita needs at least Qt 4.6 is that
> earlier versions of Qt have broken wacom tablet support (as well as a host
> of other bugs), but Qt 4.6 is fine.
> For this experiment, I built my own Qt, though, since I started a week or
> so ago. Also, I didn't know whether potential users would be fine with
> enabling extra repositories, so I only used what was available by default.
> I built git, intltool (needed for a newer shared-mime-info) and automoc to
> get started.
> Then I built the following dependencies:
> Qt 4.7.4 (without webkit, I was lazy)
> intltool 0.50 (for building shared-mime-info)
> shared-mime-info 0.90 (needed a newer version for kdelibs)
> poppler 0.20
> openjpeg 1.5.0
> openexr 1.7.0
> llvm 3.0 (with threads enabled)
> lcms2 2.3
> ilmbase 1.0.2
> glew 1.7
> fftw 3.3.2
> exiv2 0.23
> eigen 2
> libdbusmenu-qt 0.9.2
> from the kde git repos (probably should have used release tarballs,
> and from the opengtl git repos:
> and finally krita from the calligra repo
> Because I disabled webkit, I also had to hack around a bit in kdelibs and
> kde-runtime, but nothing too bad. And because glib was too old, I disabled
> the experimental mypaint brush engine in Krita.
> The only thing missing now are some icons in the toolbox, but that's
> probably my fault for missing some package or path setting. I'm planning on
> cleaning up a little and make the binary available as a tarball for testing.
> Boudewijn Rempt
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