Am Dienstag, 26. April 2016, 07:16:50 schrieb Elle Stone: > On 04/25/2016 07:12 PM, Tobias Ellinghaus wrote: > > Am Montag, 25. April 2016, 17:16:03 schrieb Elle Stone: > > > > [...] > > > >> Raw files opened from GIMP still aren't being opened in darktable. > >> Instead it looks like the embedded jpeg is opened in GIMP. I'm clueless > >> what I might be doing wrong but I'll try again tomorrow with a > >> completely fresh build. > > > > darktable needs to be built with Lua and EXR support. You can check for > > those by > > > > - running "darktable --version", it will tell about Lua > > - look in the dropdown with the available formats in darktable's export > > > > module, does it list OpenEXR? > > In darktable's export module, OpenEXR is an option, and when run as a > standalone, darktable does export OpenEXR images that GIMP can open: > > magic match 4 on file-exr-load > best magic match on file-exr-load > > It looks like darktable (installed though Gentoo portage) is not > installed with Lua support: > > $ darktable --version > this is darktable 2.0.3 > copyright (c) 2009-2015 johannes hanika > darktable-...@lists.darktable.org > > compile options: > normal build > OpenMP support enabled > OpenCL support disabled > Lua support disabled > Colord support disabled > gPhoto2 support enabled > GraphicsMagick support enabled > > It's not clear to me why Lua support is disabled. I do have Lua installed: > $ equery list '*lua*' > [IP-] [ ] dev-lang/lua-5.1.5-r3:0
darktable requires Lua 5.2. If that isn't available in Gentoo you can just pass -DDONT_USE_INTERNAL_LUA=Off to cmake when compiling darktable. We bundle it for those distributions that lack it as Lua is changing a lot between minor versions. In the future we will most likely make this a hard requirement in darktable to avoid surprises like this. > There is no Gentoo use flag for darktable that allows to disable Lua > support, and during ./autogen.sh, GEGL does list Lua as available and > configured. > > Elle Tobias
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