The patch looks good. I was able to compile on Fedora 15 with no issues.
On 02/11/2012 03:35 PM, Peter Langfelder wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 10:07 AM, Frank Peters<frank.peters@...> wrote:
>> I am also completely in the dark when it comes to autotools and make.
>> But in this case the solution is rather straightforward.
>> Every directory in the cinepaint source contains a Makefile.in which
>> is used during the configure process to produce the actual Makefiles.
>> In the Makefile.in there is a variable called LDADD which is defined
>> to include several library links. To fix the dso problem, all that need
>> be done is to append the suitable library link (-lc, -lm, -lstdc++, etc.)
>> to the LDADD definition.
>> If someone using Redhat/Fedora would take the time to determine, by
>> doing an ordinary configure/make with cinepaint-1.0, what links need
>> to be included in what Makefile, then a patch for all the Makefile.in
>> files could be created.
>> Maybe just patching all the Makefile.in files with several extra links
>> would also work. Maybe someone using Redhat/Fedora could also do this.
> Hi Frank and all Fedora users stuck with the DSO problem:
> I created a patch that should hopefully solve the problem and make
> cinepaint_1.0.0 compile. I made the following chages:
> 1. Fix a compile error that related to a double definition of type
> ImfHalf. I solved this by commenting out the duplicate definition in
> lib/float16.h and including the appropriate header
> ../libhalf/cinepaint_half.h .
> 2. Disable the icc_examin plugin since I wasn't able to get rid of the
> DSO error even after modifying Makefile.in. The icc_examin plugin also
> fails to compile if FTGL development files are not present, even
> though the configure script is silent about them.
> 3. Fix all other DSO errors by including the necessary libraries in
> the LDADD macro in Makefile.in files. I have not changed the
> Makefile.am files. I suppose this could be done as well since they
> seem to be used during the autogen.sh step.
> Here are the steps to compile cinepaint:
> 1. Download the cinepaint-1.0.tgz tarball and unpack it:
> tar -xvzf cinepaint-1.0.tgz
> 2. Navigate to the directory cinepaint, run autogen.sh, then navigate back up.
> cd cinepaint
> bash autogen.sh
> cd ..
> 3. Download my patch from
> and save it in the same directory as the original tarball.
> 4. Apply the patch:
> patch -p0< cinepaint_1.0.0_patchForFedoraDSObreakage.patch
> 5. Navigate to the directory cinepaint and follow the standard
> configure, make, make install steps.
> cd cinepaint
> sudo make install
> Let me know if this does not work - I tested the whole process and it
> works for me (Fedora 13).
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