Gwenview 4.8.2 for KDE4-32 bits and Plugins

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Gwenview 4.8.2 for KDE4-32 bits and Plugins

Post#1 by wread » 06 Nov 2012, 19:13

Gwenview is an image viewer for the KDE Software Compilation desktop environment. The current maintainer is Aurélien Gâteau.
Major features:

Directory browser
Image viewer
Metadata comment editor
Thumbnail image view of current directory
Use of KIPI (KDE Image Plugins Interface) plugins for manipulating images
(taken from Wikipedia)

Here my snapshot:
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You can download the package (5 files) from this link:
http://www.mediafire.com/?7lcl34ci7f4wa

Put the folder in modules and reboot!

Enjoy :)
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Post#2 by Hamza » 06 Nov 2012, 19:57

Please fix your image tag. It should be like this:

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[img]http://domain.tld/path/filename.ext[/img]
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Post#3 by wread » 07 Nov 2012, 02:09

Merci beaucoup for the tip, Hamzá! :)
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Post#4 by schultzter » 17 Nov 2012, 04:31

Anyway to get Gwenview and KIPI plug-ins working without KDE4 in 32-bit? Is it just a matter of adding a few missing libraries? Or is the integration deeper than that?

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Post#5 by wread » 17 Nov 2012, 11:53

Hi schultzer!

Welcome an board. In fact, Gwenview is part of the official Porteus 32-bit (Trinity) edition, but it has no plugins to extend and make the file viewer more complete and attractive.

You can try starting Gwenview (+ kipi) in a console and following the demands of the program. Basically, the difference between trinity and kde4 versions is the compilation. Trinity uses qt3, kde4 uses qt4.

As Porteus main features are compactness and efectivness (small footprint), in trinity you sacrifice secondary features in favor of the first mentioned. If you would like to have a more advanced system, you can modify your standard edition to kde4 as described somewhere in this forum (but you will have a bigger footprint = you will use more ram for your system).

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Post#6 by schultzter » 19 Nov 2012, 02:04

Yeah, sorry for the noobies there. I'm actually a Slacker but I put Porteus on an old laptop ('cuz it's Slackware in a format the fits on the CF card that drives this box). And I totally forgot my usual trouble shooting techniques.

I noticed later that Gwenview was there, but without plugins. I mainly use the Picasaweb upload plugin, can't really live without it. I'll see what I can figure out, but so far all the Slackware packages I've built are just re-packages - not compiles.

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Post#7 by schultzter » 19 Nov 2012, 04:24

Hmm, so I've been on the Trinity Desktop Environment site, and their GIT repository. I'm trying to compile the Kipi-plugins and dependencies.

But I'm getting problems with missing QT3 dependencies.

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checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.2 and < 4.0) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log.
Is there a "developer pack" module that provides missing header files, etc. for compiling modules in Porteus? Or am I supposed to build the modules on a full Slackware system? I don't have any 32-bit Slackware setups so that could be an issue for me.

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Post#8 by wread » 19 Nov 2012, 10:57

You can download qt3 from Slackbuilds.org and make a xzm module out of it by right clicking on it.
The crippled kernel sources are posted in the forum by fanthom.

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