Blender and opencv2-core
Herbert J. Skuhra
herbert at mailbox.org
Sun Jul 23 21:37:11 UTC 2017
Grzegorz Junka skrev:
> On 23/07/2017 19:57, Herbert J. Skuhra wrote:
>> Grzegorz Junka skrev:
>>> On 23/07/2017 12:42, Grzegorz Junka wrote:
>>>> I am getting the following error when setting up blender
>>>> dependencies in poudriere:
>>>> ===> Setting user-specified options for blender-2.78c_3 and dependencies
>>>> non-existent -- dependency list incomplete
>>>> Has this been removed but not updated in one of dependent ports?
>>>> Grzegorz J
>>> Sent too early, this is the actual error when trying to compile:
>>> [00:00:17] ====>> Error: graphics/openimageio depends on nonexistent
>>> origin 'graphics/opencv2-core'; Please contact maintainer of the port
>>> to fix this.
>>> [00:00:33] ====>> Error: Fatal errors encountered calculating dependencies
>>> This is of course when OpenImageIO setting is enabled in blender.
>> Have you tried to modify Makefile?
>> Index: graphics/openimageio/Makefile
>> --- graphics/openimageio/Makefile (revision 446433)
>> +++ graphics/openimageio/Makefile (working copy)
>> @@ -69,7 +69,7 @@
>> OPENCV_CMAKE_ON= -DUSE_OPENCV:BOOL=ON
>> OPENCV_CMAKE_OFF= -DUSE_OPENCV:BOOL=OFF
>> OPENCV_LIB_DEPENDS= libopencv_highgui.so:graphics/opencv \
>> - libopencv_core.so:graphics/opencv2-core \
>> + libopencv_core.so:graphics/opencv-core \
>> OPENJPEG_CMAKE_ON= -DUSE_OPENJPEG:BOOL=ON
> Tried just now and it seems to help. At least there were no errors
> when configuring and starting the build in poudriere. I will need to
> wait a day or so in best case scenario to check if the tree/blender
> compiles fine.
> I am using poudriere to update ports, i.e. poudriere ports -p local
> -u, not svn.
% poudriere ports -l
What method is used?
> Should I delete this patch before updating ports next time? How will
> poudriere treat a local change a Makefile going forward? What's the
> best practice?
If svn is used run 'svnlite revert -R .' in graphics/openimageio.
If portsnap is used 'any local changes or additions will be removed'
according to portsnap(8).
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