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Re: [psynth-devel] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 repo for Psychosynth

From: Aleksander Morgado
Subject: Re: [psynth-devel] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 repo for Psychosynth
Date: Fri, 01 May 2009 18:25:44 +0200
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I think I solved the issues, lets see. Basically, some libs where not being checked at configure time (libpcre, libGLU, and libCg) so I didn't actually consider them (would be a good idea to check for them in configure time).

Also, Andrew Finn's PPA is also needed to get latest ogre. The sources.list, then, should include:

# Andrew Finn's PPA for ogre16 and friends
deb jaunty main
deb-src jaunty main

# Aleksander Morgado's PPA for Psychosynth
deb jaunty main
deb-src jaunty main

Still some things missing in the package (desktop menu entry and manuals I think), so still some work to be done.

I will try to upload the new package this evening, as temporarily ubuntu launchpad is down.


Juan Pedro Bolivar Puente wrote:
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Oh that is great :-) You also divided the project in several packages ^,^

Tell us whenever you get it to compile in launchpad, I've got several
friends using ubuntu that can make some tests.

Many thanks,


Aleksander Morgado wrote:
Hehe... didn't get build by launchpad... will review the dependencies
later :-)

Aleksander Morgado wrote:
Hey there,

I uploaded the psychosynth debian package info to my launchpad
account, and hopefully the packages will be soon automatically
generated (they are already in the building queue in launchpad).

Just add these lines to your sources.list and apt-get update.

# My PPA for Psychosynth
deb jaunty main
jaunty main

I created 4 packages, based on how the project was split in the Suse
RPM packages:
* libpsynth0
* psychosynth (cli)
* psychosynth-gui (3d desktop gui)
* psychosynth-samples (the sample .ogg files)

I really didn't make many tests, just on my machine, so would be great
if someone else could test it in Ubuntu (jaunty 9.04 only), before
saying they're fully ready.


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