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Amnon82,
you are more up-to-speed on blender than i am!
Again, excellent work and most of all, a big THANK YOU for making the latest builds available.
I've posted a new project render on my little web page, ernstrenner.com, which i've started just a few days ago. It's all done with blender internal render and so far, I really like the look of it. At work, we use yafray for almost everything we render.

Are the girls treating you well? ;-)
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december is heavy in paldo:

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I missed monday but here it is:

http://paldo.org/paldo/sources/blender/blender-2.48a-svn-r17887.changelog

hope it was ok, otherwise some features didn't got in to this build ...
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I missed lots of mondays but here it is:

http://paldo.org/paldo/sources/blender/blender-2.48a-svn-r18169.changelog

... seanix, do you see what I changed ?!?
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Phil,
i just got your email. Thank you for the blender build but on "unstable" the experimental build will not run. I've installed your latest build with:
sudo upkg-install --force --branch=unstable blender
but when I try to run it, I get this:
blender-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libpython2.6.so.1.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I'm only going to work tomorrow for half a day and then take the rest of the week off so maybe I'll install paldo-experimental and give it another try ... now that you made me curious :)

You must be getting excited as your fance dance steps will no doubt come in handy in a few hours ... should we "warn" the ladies??

Hope to chat with you maybe on the weekend .. if you feel up to it?

Have fun and avoid the schnaps before the count down ;)
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unstable branch uses python 2.6.1 and there is a file in the folder:

/usr/lib/libpython2.6.so.1.0

if you're using testing branch there is still python 2.5.2 with:

/usr/lib/libpython2.5.so.1.0

I always thought you're using testing branch?

  • testing: blender-2.48a-svn-r18169-1 (build for python 2.5 series)
  • unstable: blender-2.48a-svn-r18169-2 (build for python 2.6 series)

    both are the same svn-checkouts.

    So that was what I wanted to point out:

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    well on the latest live-cd Build Date: 2008-12-29 23:20 GMT of unstable branch it works as you can see on the screens. it is always better to install it normally:

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    sudo upkg-install --verbose blender


    sometimes we also update the dependencies ...
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    My dancing took a lot of time. I'm now a modern jive dance instructor.
    I managed to do another blender build:

    http://paldo.org/paldo/sources/blender/blender-2.48a-svn-r18778.changelog

    lots of changes. It build fine on testing branch. Lets see how unstable went.
    Is somebody still using my svn-builds of blender or should I stop building them?
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