Package Details: ansel-git 0.0.0.r729.ge2c4a0a60-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/ansel-git.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: ansel-git
Description: Ansel is an open-source photo-editing software for digital artists, designed to help you achieve your own interpretation of raw digital photographs.
Upstream URL: https://ansel.photos/
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: ansel
Provides: ansel
Submitter: AlynxZhou
Maintainer: AlynxZhou
Last Packager: AlynxZhou
Votes: 9
Popularity: 0.76
First Submitted: 2023-01-17 01:12 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-01-06 12:03 (UTC)

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AlynxZhou commented on 2024-01-03 11:36 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-03 11:37 (UTC) by AlynxZhou)

For people who are not familiar with AUR and -git package:

-git package does not have a fixed version tag, instead it will always checkout the latest master commit when you re-run the build command (for example makepkg -sif). Considering the Ansel upstream is actively refactoring, you may need to re-run the build command to get the latest commit when you get some problem.

PKGBUILD here only needs to be updated if there are changes of building steps, so the "Last Updated" doesn't mean the version of software you could build.

Don't bother upstream devs with words like "the AUR package ansel-git is last updated at 1 week/1 month ago please update it to latest commit" in GitHub issues or Matrix chatroom, I've explained that only thing you need to do is to re-build the package.

However, if you are really sure there are problems in the PKGBUILD, feel free to comment HERE, because upstream devs may not be a Arch user and they don't maintain this PKGBUILD. I'll try to fix it.

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HMich commented on 2024-02-13 14:58 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-13 15:00 (UTC) by HMich)

hi, get a compile failure here, any idea?

thanks

[ 42%] Building C object src/CMakeFiles/lib_ansel.dir/common/printprof.c.o

[ 42%] Linking C shared library libansel.so

lto-wrapper: warning: using serial compilation of 13 LTRANS jobs

lto-wrapper: note: see the ‘-flto’ option documentation for more information

[ 42%] Built target lib_ansel

[ 42%] Building C object src/CMakeFiles/ansel.dir/main.c.o

[ 42%] Linking C executable ansel

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::PreviewImage::~PreviewImage()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to

`Exiv2::ExifParser::decode(Exiv2::ExifData&, unsigned char const*, unsigned int)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::DataBuf::~DataBuf()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::ExifParser::encode(std::vector<unsigned char, std::allocator\<unsigned char> >&, unsigned char const*, unsigned int, Exiv2::ByteOrder, Exiv2::ExifData const&)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::AnyError::~AnyError()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::IptcKey::~IptcKey()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::DataBuf::operator

Exiv2::DataBufRef()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::BasicError<char>::setMsg()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::Value::~Value()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::DataBuf::DataBuf(Exiv2::DataBufRef const&)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::Iptcdatum::~Iptcdatum()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::ImageFactory::open(unsigned char const*, long)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::testVersion(int, int, int)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::IptcKey::IptcKey(std::__cxx11::basic_string<char, std::char_traits\<char>, std::allocator\<char> > const&)'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `typeinfo for Exiv2::AnyError'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::CommentValue::~CommentValue()'

/usr/bin/ld: libansel.so: undefined reference to `Exiv2::AnyError::AnyError()'

collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/ansel.dir/build.make:192: src/ansel] Error 1

make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:2477: src/CMakeFiles/ansel.dir/all] Error 2

make: *** [Makefile:156: all] Error 2

==> ERROR: A failure occurred in build().

Aborting...

-> error making: ansel-git-exit status 4

-> Failed to install the following packages. Manual intervention is required: ansel-git - exit status 4

makrie commented on 2024-01-06 11:35 (UTC)

...OK, reading the manuals to the full end helps. Sorry for that. Regards, makrie.

AlynxZhou commented on 2024-01-06 11:32 (UTC)

@makrie The r is not unnecessary, it means the following is part of revision, not release version, and according to Arch Wiki, it is important because release version should always be greater than revision so you need the r to represent revision.

See https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/VCS_package_guidelines#The_pkgver()_function.

makrie commented on 2024-01-06 11:18 (UTC)

Hello AlynxZhou,

thanks for your effort to set up a PKGBUILD for Ansel, which helps me to switch easily from Darktable on my x86_64 archlinux installation. Nice work.

I ran the build with custom-x86_64-build (from devtools) on a clean chroot without any critical issue.

Maybe a narrow-minded comment, but the pkgver() function includes an additional but unnecessary r in the first sed replacement. :-)

Regards,

makrie

AlynxZhou commented on 2024-01-03 11:36 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-03 11:37 (UTC) by AlynxZhou)

For people who are not familiar with AUR and -git package:

-git package does not have a fixed version tag, instead it will always checkout the latest master commit when you re-run the build command (for example makepkg -sif). Considering the Ansel upstream is actively refactoring, you may need to re-run the build command to get the latest commit when you get some problem.

PKGBUILD here only needs to be updated if there are changes of building steps, so the "Last Updated" doesn't mean the version of software you could build.

Don't bother upstream devs with words like "the AUR package ansel-git is last updated at 1 week/1 month ago please update it to latest commit" in GitHub issues or Matrix chatroom, I've explained that only thing you need to do is to re-build the package.

However, if you are really sure there are problems in the PKGBUILD, feel free to comment HERE, because upstream devs may not be a Arch user and they don't maintain this PKGBUILD. I'll try to fix it.

AlynxZhou commented on 2024-01-03 11:17 (UTC)

@gomi It's AUR's web page showing AUR packages that declare they provide the dependency, in the PKGBUILD it only uses packages from official repo, and if none of all alternatives is installed on your system, AUR helper will use packages from official repo first.

gomi commented on 2023-12-20 21:35 (UTC)

Both Extra packages and AUR packages are listed as dependencies for ansel-git. Are choices optional or should we install each one listed?

AlynxZhou commented on 2023-09-21 11:45 (UTC)

Thanx, I find second installation, but why it found?

How could I know WTF you did before? Just remove it.

SinClaus commented on 2023-09-21 11:44 (UTC)

Thanx, I find second installation, but why it found?