[Pkg-phototools-devel] Bug#723153: hugin: processing files in a mktemp -d directory fails

Paul Seyfert pseyfert at mathphys.fsk.uni-heidelberg.de
Thu Sep 19 08:10:42 UTC 2013

On 17.09.2013 19:18, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> On 2013-09-16 Paul Seyfert <pseyfert at mathphys.fsk.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
>> Package: hugin
>> Version: 2011.4.0+dfsg-5
> [...]
>> I copied the files which I want to stitch to a panorama into a directory
>> created by "mktemp -d".
>> I start hugin, open the "add files" dialog, select all files in the newly
>> created directory (/tmp/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/) and follow the assistant workflow.
> [...]
>> clicking the last button of the assistant (3. Create panorama)
> [...]
>> make: *** No rule to make target
>> `/tmp/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/DSC_3422.JPG', needed by
>> `DSC_3422-DSC_34230000.tif'.  Stop.
> [...]
> Hello,
> I have just tried reproducing this with 2013.0.0rc1, where it worked
> for me.
> Could you please retry with up to date hugin? - It is available in
> backports.


I upgraded hugin to the backports version
and the problem persists for me.

Other things I've tried:
I created a symbolic link
ln -s /tmp/tmp.ImRxo9jycA ~/tmp.ImRxo9jycA

working in /home/pseyfert/tmp.ImRxo9jycA I could successfully stitch two
images using hugin. I then closed hugin and started it again, opened
/tmp/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/DSC_3422 - DSC_3423.pto and tried to create the same
panorama again and hugin reports the error again that the rule for the
double foldername wouldn't exist:
make: *** No rule to make target
`/tmp/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/tmp.ImRxo9jycA/DSC_3422.JPG', needed by
`DSC_3422-DSC_34230000.tif'.  Stop.


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