Re: [Gimp-developer] GEGL problems while building 2.7.4 for Linux

> A long time ago, I built the 2.7.2 version which required upgrading my
> BABL/GEGL libraries (running Kunbuntu 10.04) which I did by getting
> the
> code directly from the GIT repository
> I thought building 2.7.4 would be a snap since I didn't expect to have
> to re-upgrade these. I was wrong :)
> BABL went OK but I have a problem with GEGL: the GIT version won't
> compile ("No rule to make target `gegl-sampler-downsharp.c', needed by
> `gegl-sampler-downsharp.lo'.") and the tarball requires GLIB 2.28
> (2.24
> on my Kubuntu 10.04).
> I understand that the GIT stuff may have compile problems, but I can't
> invent a missing C source file from scratch.
> However, what I don't understand is that the tarball version requires
> a
> new GLIB when the GIT one doesn't?
> And if anyone went that route, where does the version chase stop? Is
> GLIB the last one or are there anymore ahead?

Well my  GIT build fell over because of glib, so installed the latest
and rebuilt without problems.

# git clean -xdf seems to do wonders as well.


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