Sorry, I meant to say "in case you didn't install to the standard
directories"; that needs to be done so that the shared libraries can be
found in non-standard dirs.
2015-12-23 0:38 GMT+01:00 Eneko Castresana <ecv80...@gmail.com>:
> Hello Ellen,
> I had exactly this problem today, and as a newcomer found it all extremely
> frustrating, but I manged to figure it out at last (you got way further
> than me by the beginning, BTW):
> add "use_sharedlib=yes" to scons
> And just in case you installed to /usr/local, remember to update
> /etc/ld.so.conf and use ldconfig
> P.S: Hope I posted to the list now. Sorry.
> 2015-12-23 0:26 GMT+01:00 Elle Stone <ellest...@ninedegreesbelow.com>:
>> I updated and tried to rebuild GIMP from git, with the following error:
>> checking for LIBMYPAINTGEGL... no
>> configure: error: Package requirements (libmypaint-gegl >= 1.1) were not
>> No package 'libmypaint-gegl' found
>> There isn't any libmypaint or libmypaint-gegl in Gentoo portage, and
>> installing mypaint from Gentoo portage didn't fix the problem.
>> I compiled libmypaint from git (https://github.com/mypaint/libmypaint)
>> in the prefix with babl/GEGL/GIMP, using the command:
>> scons prefix=$HOME/data/gimp/gimpdefault/install enable_gegl=true
>> which put the file "libmypaint-gegl.a" and "libmypaint.a" in the install
>> prefix, in the lib folder.
>> But GIMP still says it can't find libmypaint-gegl. How do I fix this so
>> GIMP can compile?
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