[Cin] February release with just library updates
mnieuw at zap.a2000.nl
Tue Mar 1 21:39:55 CET 2022
The tiff problem looks to be dependent on the presence of the system of
the libdeflate-dev package (Debian) or equivalent. If it is installed
(and it was on my Debian_11) there is (among others) a file
/usr/include/libdeflate.h . Both on aarch64(qemu) and x86_32 (native
hardware, not VM). It fails on both in the same way.
On Fedora, I have installed libdeflate (was not there before), and in
still builds fine, but there is no libdeflate.h and a search on
dnfdragore on file names does not show it either. So I guess Fedora
does not supply it.
If you compare the bld.sh log files, then on Fedora it says under
"Libtiff is now configured for":
"libdeflate support: no"
and on both Debians it says
"libdeflate support: yes"
So it looks like a bug in tiff.
More to test.
On Tue, 2022-03-01 at 12:50 -0700, Phyllis Smith via Cin wrote:
> Andrew, thanks for testing. If possible, in March if you create a
> tgz Termux build (like you did earlier and I downloaded), I can again
> download and put on the website for others to use.
> Mat, I hope you figure out what the Tiff problem is because it will
> be the same for the 32-bit Debian build problem I had -- the error
> you get sounds the same as what I encountered before reverting to
> tiff 4.1.0 there.
> Also, the AppImage I generate on an HP laptop with Fedora 29 - to
> replicate Redhat Release 8 ( CinGG-20220131-x86-64-older_distros-
> multibit.AppImage ) has audio problems when I try running it on an
> AMD laptop with Fedora 32. But only if I build it with multibit.
> Strange so I have to try to figure this out yet.
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2022 at 11:52 AM mat via Cin
> <cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
> > The 2022-02 release builds fine On Fedora_35/x86_64, but fails on
> > Debian_11/aarch64.
> > In thirdparty/libtiff-4.3.0/libtiff/tip_zip.c it fails because
> > several
> > undefined references to "libdeflate_...." . This is not something
> > in
> > Fedora's package manager. Will dig in further.
> > MatN
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