I am running into a great amount of difficulty trying to get
gimp-gap-2.4.0 to compile on openSUSE 10.3.
From what I've seen on the internet, there are a few people who have
had the exact same problems.
I got over one of the problems, which was an error in compiling ffmpeg
library ... I just downloaded the CVS snap-shot from the ffmpeg website
and replaced the code in the gimp-gap tree with this this code and it
The next problem I run into is compiling libwavplayclient ... it is
looking for gtk headers in the wrong place, or something, and when I try
to point it in the right direction, it comes at me with 1000 lines of
So, I have no idea how to get this thing to compile.
I compiled it fine on Debian, but I can't use Debian because my current
architecture is not fully supported by anyone but openSUSE (I've tried
several distributions, and only openSUSE recognizes my sound card ...
I'm sure it has something to do with the magic blacklist file, but I
don't want to keep installing Linux, so I'm settling with openSUSE,
which is fine, I like it).
Any help with regards to getting gimp-gap to compile would be greatly
appreciated. As it is, I've managed to do the work I needed to without
gap installed ... But it would be nice to make a flash animation that
had a little bit more resolution and depth than the 256 colors that GIFs
Thanks in advance!