Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 866062
new libkdcraw requires libjpeg8
Last modified: 2013-12-21 06:25:52 EST
Description of problem:
New libkdcraw 2.2.0 from digikam-3.0.0-beta2 sources requires libjpeg8
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
-- Found JPEG: /usr/lib/libjpeg.so
-- Identified libjpeg version less than 80 (too low)
-- The following OPTIONAL packages could NOT be located on your system.
-- Consider installing them to enable more features from this software.
* libjpeg (80 or higher) <http://www.ijg.org>
JPEG image format support
needed for the LibRaw DNG lossy codec
I don't see anything there ACTUALLY requiring a newer libjpeg at this time, it seems to be an arbitrary version check. We should try just removing it (revert the CMakeLists.txt hunks of the commit) and seeing what breaks.
(and the libraw_datastream.cpp one, where they added only a check for USE_JPEG8, but otherwise don't seem to be actually using any of the added APIs)
So libkdcraw can be built with libjpeg8 now.
Waiting for qt and kdelibs rebuild at first.
libkdcraw-4.9.50-3.fc19 and digikam-3.0.0-0.5.beta2.fc19 built against libjpeg8 in Rawhide but problem still in < F19.
I'll see what I can do about this.
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We (the royal we) took care of this, to make things work without requiring libjpeg8 after all, thanks largely to Kevin's efforts here.