Hugin Compiling Fedora

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If you want to compile hugin yourself, just follow the instructions in the '''INSTALL_cmake''' file, you will need these development packages (Oct 2007): libpano13-devel zlib-devel libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel libpng-devel gettext-devel wxGTK-devel boost-devel cmake desktop-file-utils OpenEXR-devel gcc-c++
 
If you want to compile hugin yourself, just follow the instructions in the '''INSTALL_cmake''' file, you will need these development packages (Oct 2007): libpano13-devel zlib-devel libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel libpng-devel gettext-devel wxGTK-devel boost-devel cmake desktop-file-utils OpenEXR-devel gcc-c++
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The source RPM package contains an hugin.spec file which is both the build documentation and the script for an automated build (other linux packaging systems work basically the same way).
  
 
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Revision as of 18:16, 16 November 2007

The hugin and enblend stable releases are part of default fedora, available via the Add/Remove Software menu. Note that there is no autopano-sift in fedora due to patent issues.

Otherwise, recent-ish hugin snapshots and other panorama-related software can usually be found at the fedora panorama repository. To subscribe just follow this panorama release link, use the Software Installer option, and next time you do a Software Update hugin will be upgraded to the latest snapshot.

If you want to compile hugin yourself, just follow the instructions in the INSTALL_cmake file, you will need these development packages (Oct 2007): libpano13-devel zlib-devel libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel libpng-devel gettext-devel wxGTK-devel boost-devel cmake desktop-file-utils OpenEXR-devel gcc-c++

The source RPM package contains an hugin.spec file which is both the build documentation and the script for an automated build (other linux packaging systems work basically the same way).

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