didier at slint.fr
Sun Jan 10 11:08:39 UTC 2021
it's available from https;//slackbuilds.org packaging SDL2_image as
others pointed out.
Running sqg -p stone_soup gives the queue file
with this content:
Then running sbopkg -i and when asked typing Q to use the queuefile
works (it only builds and install SDL2_image, python3-PyYAML and stone
soup in Slint that you use because SDL2 python3 and lua are already there).
Then crawl crashes at startup, but that's probably unrelated
Here's the log (same in crawl-ascii):
Data directory '/usr/share/games/crawl/dat/' found.
Loading databases... Loading spells and features... Loading maps...
Regenerating des: /usr/share/games/crawl/dat/des/arrival/._simple.des
/usr/share/games/crawl/dat/des/arrival/._simple.des:1: syntax error,
CHARACTER, expecting $end
That's all I know. I am not that much of a gamer <smile>
Le 10/01/2021 à 11:06, Jude DaShiell a écrit :
> Where did you get SDL2_image-2.0.5 from? It's not in any repository I
> use or I could be searching for it wrong.
> 0.24 of stone_soup didn't use this library when run in console. How I
> found out about this was first running in mate since I was curious what
> the interface might be like with orca. I ran into this error. So I try
> again down in console and get the same error.
> On Sun, 10 Jan 2021, Dave Woodfall wrote:
>> On 10/01/21 03:56,
>> Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at panix.com> put forth the proposition:
>>> Built successfully run fails with:
>>> crawl: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/libSDL2_image-2.0.so.0: undefined
>>> symbol: SDLRWseek
>>> How would I find which uninstalled package has this symbol? I think
>>> I may
>>> have to do a similar search since if one package is missing it could be
>>> others are also missing.
>> I have SDL_RWseek in SDL2_image-2.0.5
>> Love is a snowmobile racing across the tundra and then suddenly it
>> flips over,
>> pinning you underneath. At night, the ice weasels come.
>> --Friedrich Nietzsche
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