Thanks a lot to everybody !

InkscapeTrunk (from ppa for me) works fine now on my two Kubuntu systems 14.04 and 16.04 !


Le Samedi 21 mai 2016 20h26, Alex Valavanis <valavanisalex@...400...> a écrit :

OK, that makes sense... It sounds like it would need fixing in the Debian packaging code. I'm traveling at the moment but will sort it out in a couple of days if no one beats me to it.
Please could someone open a high-priority bug report?
On 21 May 2016 10:20 a.m., "Marc Jeanmougin" <marc@...3062...> wrote:
IIRC there is no library in the autotools build, just big static
binaries, while in cmake there is a lib/inkscape/ directory containing
all our internal libs (2geom, avoid, cola, croco,
depixelize,gc,inkscape_base,livarot, nrtype,uemf, util, vpsc), and bin/
has small binaries linking to those.


On 05/21/2016 07:06 PM, Alex Valavanis wrote:
> This results from switching the PPA to use CMake, i.e., the CMake build
> appears to be installing the library into a different location from the
> Autotools builds.
> I suspect we should look into fixing the issue in our CMake build if
> possible, but I'll be able to look into the Debian packaging code in a
> couple of days if it needs to be fixed there.
> AV
> On 21 May 2016 9:52 a.m., "Marc Jeanmougin" <marc@...3062...
> <mailto:marc@...3401....>> wrote:
>     Yes, lib/ does not seem to be included in the ppa debs.
>     I think it might be something as simple as a line
>     "install-default/usr/lib/    usr"
>     to
>     but I'm not sure about the syntax or how packaging works
>     --
>     Mc

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