Blender 2.74 cannot compile on FreeBSD 10.1

Shane Ambler FreeBSD at ShaneWare.Biz
Mon Apr 6 07:35:51 UTC 2015

On 05/04/2015 18:08, Ben Woods wrote:
> The graphics/libraw package installs /usr/local/lib/, not
> so it will not be detected. See the pkg-plist for
> graphics/libraw here:
> The interesting thing is that whilst graphics/blender depends on
> the graphics/openimageio library, neither depend on the graphics/libraw
> library.
> It might be worth asking the port maintainers for graphics/blender and
> graphics/openimageio if they have come across this before. I have added
> mva at and FreeBSD at to the recipients of this email
> to check with them.

Yes that's my fault, if openimageio finds libraw it will use it but
doesn't seem to find the current libraw. I should add that as an option
and patch it to find the current version. Looks like I should also do
the same for libgif.


> On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 9:33 AM Robert Backhaus <robbak at> wrote:
>> To get the simple things out of the road - you have reinstalled libraw, and
>> checked that is in /usr/local/lib?
>> This error tells me that your install of is faulty,
>> so you should also rebuild the port that includes that (pkg which `locate
>> \*`)
>> On 5 April 2015 at 02:36, pipolandi <pipolandi at> wrote:
>>> I forgot to say that libraw is installed.

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