chris.willing at iinet.net.au
Mon Oct 24 07:43:36 UTC 2016
On 23/10/16 16:44, Matteo Bernardini wrote:
> 2016-10-22 10:07 GMT+02:00 <bch at shroggslodge.freeserve.co.uk>:
>> Good morning everyone
>> Is it likely that we will see a move towards the latest release of Openshot
>> I am asking because I wondered, not withstanding and respecting maintainers'
>> time constraints etc, if one of the issues would be that there has been some
>> fundamental changes to the latest regarding dependencies and so forth. I am
>> probably showing my ignorance, but I had read somewhere that it now requires
>> QT (not GTK).
That's correct. In fact, the final executable is named openshot-qt
>> Has anyone built the new release yet on Slackware and does it work fine ?
Yes I've just built it and it seems to work OK (although just minimal
testing so far).
> Hi Habs,
> I'have not upgraded to openshot 2.x yet as it has been a beta version
> until this august...
> but the main reason why I haven't upgraded yet is that the new version
> is based on python3 and ATM I'm trying to avoid python3 stuff on my
> installations: for this reason I'm also inclined to drop completely
> openshot and its two dependencies goocanvas and pygoocanvas.
> if someone is interested in maintaining these scripts, please step in.
I can take openshot.
However goocanvas and pygoocanvas are not used in the new version (which
needs several other new SlackBuilds instead) so someone else should take
Having built the new openshot, I'm now working through the new
SlackBuilds required to build and run it. They should all be available
in a day or two (ready for next SlackBuilds repo update).
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