> I tried to build 2.1.4 and kind of succeeded, but it couldn't open
> files. I could barely start it, actually. THere was dozens of error
> messages during startup from the local dir about
> "libgimpwidgets-2.0-104" couldn't be located.  And even with a full
> install that's right: It's not on disk. Nor did the installation
> routine relink "gimp" to the new binary. I finally gave up and
> deleted the whole thing - it could only open xfc files, no "plugins"
> worked.

Your problem would be easily fixed and we would have been happy to
tell you how. But since you decided to write a rant instead of asking
for help I can only ask you not to use a development version.

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