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Re: [ITP] ImageMagick
Billinghurst, David (CALCRTS) wrote:
I have built ImageMagick-5.5.3 as a shared library. It worked for me
some time in July 2003.
I indended to contribute the package myself, but .... (insert usual
excuses). I am travelling on business, but I have one of my old build
script with me. See below.
Thanks. Can you justify the following flags you passed:
--disable-largefile --without-frozenpaths \
--with-magick-plus-plus --without-perl -without-wmf
--without-perl is required because the PerlMagick build fails.
Getting it to support a vendor installdir is actually not that
difficult. OOTB, it isn't DESTDIR friendly. However, all it requires
is, post configure, switching to the perl dir and rerunning perl
Makefile.PL with the appropriate MakeMaker args to get it to work.
--without-wmf is detected automatically.
--with-magick-plus-plus is detected automatically.
I see no reason why we shouldn't support Magick++, it built fine for me
a year ago.
--without-frozenpaths is a mystery to me. I don't know what it does.
Additionally, configure.ac looks for "convert":
On Windows, it finds:
checking for convert... /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/convert
Not out of the box, but you could do what I do, which is to add a script
to profile.d which sanitizes my $PATH of unnecessary entries. Or you
could set the PATH inside the build script and restore it after it
finishes. Or, if you are feeling bold my friend, you could rewrite the
macro based on the source from the m4 file in global autoconf share dir.
You'd need to change the name of the macro (i.e. AC_CYG_PATH_PROG),
edit it so that it sanitizes the $PATH of /cygdrive/* before beginning
the actual check, and then drop the macro into acinclude or