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[Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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Hey Phil,
YES, somebody is still using your blender builds so therefore you should NOT stop compiling them. Besides, there are lots of Jive dance instructors out there and many people build blender BUT, you my friend, are the ONLY Jive instructor that knows how to build blender! No joke!

So how does it feel to be THAT special? ;-)


P.S. On a side note ... we have been busy with audio work for an animation and had to switch to xp for a while. Audio recording, editing and syncronising with film is too time consuming in Linux but, everythig else is not.
Hope to install your latest build in the next few days. Right now I'm testing sabayon4 and don't like it because it's slow compared to fedora and paldo. Ciao for now :-)
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Created: 2009-02-01 22:57 | Modified: 2009-02-01 22:58 by seanix
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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Seems we are doing the same things. I've also Sabayon4 installed on my test-laptop. Package management is slower than on paldo, but the gui-design might work for upkg. Well it tooks longer to install a package cos the package manager has to sweep to many mirrors. Paldo has only one. Will see how long sabayon 4 will last on my laptop ...

Did you noticed that I managed to edit the splash of blender

Since we are preparing release 1.17 of paldo it might be usefull to install blender like this

Code[In neuem Fenster öffnen]
sudo upkg-build --verbose blender


... hope the broken packages are fixed soon in stable branch ...
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Created: 2009-02-01 23:13 | Modified: 2009-02-01 23:16 by Amnon82
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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Zitat
sudo upkg-build --verbose blender
The next line reads:
Generating script...
/home/me/Desktop/vga_blender_svn does not exist, dropping this repository

Can you tell me why (after following all your steps?) it is looking for "vga_blender_svn"?
Even renaming the dir on the desktop to "vga_blender_svn" does not solve it.
Where can i change this so that it will compile?

Maybe you could give an additional example in your tut that describes "/PATH/TO/YOUR/LOCAL_REPO/" a little better?


Well, there is a video tutorial also on the wiki page. /PATH/TO/YOUR/LOCAL_REPO/ should be in your case (in your post on the first page of this thread) /home/me/Desktop/blender_svn_17214 if your user name is me

upkg.conf will be look like this then:

---/etc/upkg.conf-----------------------------------------------------------
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<local>
<cachedir>/var/cache/upkg</cachedir>
<repositories>
<repository>/home/me/Desktop/blender_svn_17214</repository>
<repository>http://www.paldo.org/paldo</repository>
</repositories>
<branch>testing</branch>
<arch>x86</arch>
</local>
---end-of-file--------------------------------------------------------------

if you get messages like this:

/home/me/Desktop/vga_blender_svn does not exist, dropping this repository
some is wrong in your repository. A repository looks like this:

WORKFOLDER > SOURCES > PACKAGENAME > PACKAGETARBALL.TAR.BZ2
WORKFOLDER > SPECS > PACKAGESPEC.XML

If the order is wrong it won't work either.

Also look into this tut:

http://www.paldo.org/wiki/HowtoBuildPackage
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Created: 2009-02-18 01:31
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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It works great!! (okay; I'm creating only small 3D-objects for our website now, so I cannot use all functions but I'll start a new short film project soon )

I love paldo, 'cause it's the first distro, who build blender svn
(EDIT: And it's stable, simply works and there's a always up-to-date repository)

What about a video editor?
 
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Created: 2009-03-03 09:13 | Modified: 2009-03-03 09:16 by ritchy
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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I'm thinking about lives.
We should have all deps in the distro. Only creating the spec needs
a little time ...
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Created: 2009-03-05 20:03
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next svn build might be today ...
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Created: 2009-03-10 02:25
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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Original erstellt: 2009-03-09 17:25 von Amnon82
next svn build might be today ...


LOL Phil,
you're getting old! Hurry up LOL

OK, now that I have your attention (or some of it) when are you compiling a new blender version again? And if you do, could you also provide a bit of an instruction on how to install it on "testing"?

Thanks :-)

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Created: 2009-03-12 05:27
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 Re: [Wiki-Support] How to build blender-svn
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sudo upkg-install blender

should do the trick. otherwise

sudo upkg-build --verbose blender

if the server didn't build it yet. new build 19261 should be binary by now.
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