On Tuesday 19 August 2008 10:03:52 am Michael Schumacher wrote:
> > Von: "David Gowers" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > > On Monday 18 August 2008 02:35:51 am you wrote:
> Where does the "you" come from?
> > >> You will notice that there's a --disable-docs option. Have you
> > >> tried to use that?
> There have been segfaults when GEGL was used to process the demo
> images in the docs directory, and thus...
> > > OK I did that and after updating a bunch of libraries Gimp
> > > 2.5.2 compiles and starts. But when I open the default
> > > document it shows up black.
> ... it should IMO first be verified that GEGL does work at all,
> e.g. by running the gegl executable and checking what does happen
Well I have deinstalled 2.5.2 and gone back to 2.4.5. I hope the value
added by the gegl package is worth the extra install effort and the
greater risk for failure. What pressing need does it address?
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