New CentOS5.8 64 bit build of Krita (with lut docker)
Barry Zubel <barry...@...>
I've hooked a copy of this and will get it set up here so we can test it off.
I assume the OCIO bits rely on the OCIO env var to find the correct profile(s)?
Is OCIO rolled in, or do I need to compile that seperately as a dependency?
On 28/06/12 09:36, Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
This is up to date with git master of yesterday and includes
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On Thursday 28 June 2012 Jun, Barry Zubel wrote:
Hi Boudewijn,That's up to the user: krita can use the env var, or you can manually select a config file.
Is OCIO rolled in, or do I need to compile that seperately as a dependency?yeah, it's part of the package. On centos5, the krita tarbal contains everything -- it's practically a complete linux distro :P
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