[Bf-committers] libtiff, png not loading.
cbarton at metavr.com
Wed Nov 23 17:16:29 CET 2005
- Problem isnt todo with png spesificly, but about half of the images Im
trying to load into blender do nothing.
Campbell Barton wrote:
> With the recent libtiff addition- updated my makefiles and scons
> scripts. (10min ago)
> and png images wont load. no errors, but opening or replacing with a
> PNG image just does nothing (as if cancel was pressed)
> - Cam
> Jean-Luc Peurière wrote:
>> Le 23 nov. 05 à 14:47, Kent Mein a écrit :
>>> I'm not trying to defend myself here. I could have/should have at
>>> least tried to get scons working with it.
>>> I was not however aware there was one official build system.
>>> I thought we were supporting multiple build systems.
>>> I may be a bit unconservative in what I think should be committed to
>>> But, I think its unreasonable to expect code that adds new
>>> to build out of the box right away on every platform, the way things
>>> setup currently.
>>> I also think its unreasonable to expect developers to make sure it
>>> on every build system. The reason I bring this up is, the section of
>>> code I'm in charge of is very prone to this issue, and I'm sure this
>>> come up again once I have the new makefiles finished. (It's a bigger
>>> project and I'm putting a lot more effort into makeing sure things are
>>> as close to working on all systems as possible.)
>> Not accusing you either. it is just that this commit came up a bit of
>> the blue,
>> i dont remember this having been discussed in the previous meetings.
>> Afaik, we have 2 official builds systems (makefiles & scons) and imho
>> at least
>> those should work on the committer platform (at least created if not
>> Then, platform managers can take care of adapting to their needs.
>> Other build systems are provided as convenience only and their
>> maintener will update.
>> For the rest, we are near release, and the package point is of
>> interest. As the Os X manager, i find this commit indeed useful for
>> unices, but fear the number of support requests this will introduce
>> on Os X and/or
>> windows if we leave it in this state.
>> ffmpeg was delayed to 2.41 partly for the same reason, useful for
>> but status problematic for others
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