Hugin Compiling Gentoo

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! '''UPDATE:'''
 
! '''UPDATE:'''
Hugin 0.7.0 is now available in portage. If you prefer a in-portage solution (instead of the bleeding edge), you should go for this one.
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Hugin 2010.2.0 is now stable in portage. If you prefer a in-portage solution instead of the bleeding edge, you should just 'emerge hugin'.  
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i.e., unmask the keyworded =media-gfx/hugin-0.7.0 and emerge it.
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There are also some newer but unstable versions. For recent results see package page at   [http://packages.gentoo.org/package/media-gfx/hugin]
For more information on unmasking, have a look at [http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=3&chap=3#doc_chap2 the Gentoo Handbook].
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These instructions are work in progress. They're testet on x86 only (though amd64 should work just fine). (Maybe ppc as well. If you try on ppc, please tell me if it works or not.)
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These instructions are work in progress. They're tested on x86 only (though amd64 should work just fine). (Maybe ppc as well. If you try on ppc, please tell me if it works or not.)
  
 
If anything does not work: [[Hugin_Compiling_Gentoo#Bugs|Bugs]]
 
If anything does not work: [[Hugin_Compiling_Gentoo#Bugs|Bugs]]
  
 
== Setting up the overlay ==
 
== Setting up the overlay ==
If you've never worked with a overlay, please read http://en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki/Overlays (especially the section on layman) to get an idea of what we're doing here.
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If you've never worked with a overlay, please read http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/userguide.xml (especially the section on layman) to get an idea of what we're doing here.
  
 
The next steps are:
 
The next steps are:
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Open /etc/layman/layman.cfg in your favourite editor and change:
 
Open /etc/layman/layman.cfg in your favourite editor and change:
 
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overlays  : http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/layman-global.txt
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overlays  : http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/repositories.xml
 
             http://pani.webhop.org/download/overlays.xml
 
             http://pani.webhop.org/download/overlays.xml
 
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If you have libpano12 installed, you'll run in into a blocker warning.
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=== enblend-staging ===
Please unmerge libpano12 (you'll get libpano13 for it ;) ):
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If you know what you're doing and want to install enblend from Christoph Spiel's -staging branch, you can do:
 
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emerge --unmerge libpano12
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emerge --unmerge enblend
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emerge enblend-staging
 
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'''NOTE''': If you used the old overlay tarball once provided here and still have
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== Staying up to date ==
media-gfx/autopano-sift-c (with a lower-case "C") installed, please unmerge it as well.
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== Staying up2date ==
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Run "emerge -av -1 hugin enblend libpano13 autopano-sift-C" regularly to build the latest versions.
 
Run "emerge -av -1 hugin enblend libpano13 autopano-sift-C" regularly to build the latest versions.
  
 
You could also use the [http://avuton.googlepages.com/update-live-ebuilds update-live-ebuilds script] that upgrades only if something actually changed.
 
You could also use the [http://avuton.googlepages.com/update-live-ebuilds update-live-ebuilds script] that upgrades only if something actually changed.
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If you are running sys-apps/portage-2.2* you can run emerge -av @live-rebuild to rebuild all your live packages.
  
 
== Bugs ==
 
== Bugs ==
 
For ebuilds from the Gentoo portage tree, [http://bugs.gentoo.org Gentoo's Bugzilla] is the way to go.
 
For ebuilds from the Gentoo portage tree, [http://bugs.gentoo.org Gentoo's Bugzilla] is the way to go.
  
Please '''DO NOT''' report overlay-related bugs there. Instead, please [http://stud3.tuwien.ac.at/~e0726415/contact.html contact me directly].
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Please '''DO NOT''' report overlay-related bugs there. Instead, please [http://pani.webhop.org/c contact me directly].
  
 
[[Category:Software:Hugin]]
 
[[Category:Software:Hugin]]
 
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[[Category:Software:Hugin:Compiling]]

Latest revision as of 11:55, 13 August 2011

Contents

[edit] Preface

These are instructions to build hugin and the whole set of helper applications required from CVS/SVN.

UPDATE:

Hugin 2010.2.0 is now stable in portage. If you prefer a in-portage solution instead of the bleeding edge, you should just 'emerge hugin'.

There are also some newer but unstable versions. For recent results see package page at [1]


These instructions are work in progress. They're tested on x86 only (though amd64 should work just fine). (Maybe ppc as well. If you try on ppc, please tell me if it works or not.)

If anything does not work: Bugs

[edit] Setting up the overlay

Note:

The overlay listed below does not appear to be available.


If you've never worked with a overlay, please read http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/userguide.xml (especially the section on layman) to get an idea of what we're doing here.

The next steps are:

  • Installing layman (if you haven't already).
  • Add the overlay listing to layman's config.
  • Add the overlay using layman.

First sudo, so you have sufficient permissions:

sudo -s
(enter your password)

Install layman (IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY DONE SO):

emerge -av layman
echo "source /usr/portage/local/layman/make.conf" >>  /etc/make.conf

Add the overlay listing: Open /etc/layman/layman.cfg in your favourite editor and change:

overlays  : http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/repositories.xml
            http://pani.webhop.org/download/overlays.xml

Save and exit.

Add the overlay using layman:

layman -f
layman -a panotools

Run "layman -S" (or eix-sync if you have it installed and configured to sync layman overlays) periodicaly for new updates.

[edit] Unmasking

The versions in the overlay are masked as unstable. You'll have to unmask them:

Open /etc/portage/package.keywords (if it doesn't exist, create it) and add the following lines:

=media-gfx/hugin-9999 ~x86
=media-gfx/enblend-9999 ~x86
=media-libs/libpano13-9999 ~x86
=media-gfx/autopano-sift-C-9999 ~x86

For more information on unmasking, have a look at the Gentoo Handbook.

[edit] Installing

Now the fun part! Run

emerge -av hugin

[edit] enblend-staging

If you know what you're doing and want to install enblend from Christoph Spiel's -staging branch, you can do:

emerge --unmerge enblend
emerge enblend-staging

[edit] Staying up to date

Run "emerge -av -1 hugin enblend libpano13 autopano-sift-C" regularly to build the latest versions.

You could also use the update-live-ebuilds script that upgrades only if something actually changed.

If you are running sys-apps/portage-2.2* you can run emerge -av @live-rebuild to rebuild all your live packages.

[edit] Bugs

For ebuilds from the Gentoo portage tree, Gentoo's Bugzilla is the way to go.

Please DO NOT report overlay-related bugs there. Instead, please contact me directly.

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