[Pkg-phototools-devel] enblend/enfuse 4.0
tokkee at debian.org
Mon Aug 2 21:59:56 UTC 2010
sorry for the long delay; I was kinda scared by the long build time on
my notebook (about half an hour before building twice because of the
OpenMP stuff) :-/ Luckily, I've got a new notebook by now :-)
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 05:36:44PM +0000, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> Sebastian Harl <tokkee <at> debian.org> writes:
> > On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 04:07:48PM +0100, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> [enblend/fuse 4.0]
> > > * Testing
> > Still TODO.
> Works for me. But I have not done much photographing in winter.
Thanks! I've done some basic tests as well.
> > > * Perhaps it might be better to ship the docs as pdf instead of/ in
> > > addition to info.
> > Personally, I don't care much for PDFs but I'd definitely like to keep
> > the info pages.
I've enabled PDFs as well.
> > I've explicitly enabled "GPU support" -- according to the upstream
> > README, there is a command-line switch for that and X11 as well as the
> > hardware has to provide certain features in order to have it actually
> > enabled at run-time, so this should not cause any problems, I hope.
> Since I have only got Intel onboard graphics, I cannot test GPU acceleration.
> However I can confirm that the binary still works.
> > Also, the new upstream release adds support for OpenMP, which sounds
> > kinda interesting to me. Anyway, as far as I understand the upstream
> > README, this does not seem to be optional at run-time. What do you guys
> > think about providing additional -openmp binaries?
> Sounds good. I would suggest to simply ship another binary in the deb instead of
> adding another package. For huge panos people still might need to use the nonmp
> version on multi-CPU systems because openmp and imagecache do not go together.
Thanks a lot for your patch! I've integrated that into the package.
4.0+dfsg-1 has been uploaded to unstable a minute ago, so this should
get some further testing before Squeeze.
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