<Zacam-Away> 6980 was the revision that we updated libjpeg in.
<Zacam-Away> So, you can either A: test a nightly prior to that revision or B: make a build based on a checkout prior to that revision and see if it all works hunky dory, and then do a build or a nightly based on that revision and see if then breaks as it currently does.
<Zacam-Away> Alternatively, if the newer code breaks things, we might have somebody about that could talk you through linking your compiling dependency to build based on the libjpeg in the SVN dir vs the OS system library.
<Zacam-Away> (At least, I think that is possible, it should be since there was a commit to make it able to rely on OS layer, but hopefully without having to do much in the way of code tree changes)
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<Zacam-Away> At the very very least, you could try grabbing the latest version of libjpegs makefile and sticking that in and linking to it in your build process.
<Zacam-Away> You could probably get the gist of it by looking at the log and changes made on Commit 5981 which is where it was made to use the system versions.
<Zacam-Away> If you're willing of course.
<Zacam-Away> At a minimum, testing the outlined builds and reporting that should be enough for us to flag it for further investigation, but I don't know who we would have available to look at it.
<Zacam-Away> (And failing all else, I can link you to converted .PNG versions of the files for you to put into your WoD dir so you can continue playing, or something)
<DarkBasilisk> wait. what was that part about the libjpegs makefile?
<Zacam-Away> Well, currently it doesn't have one anymore AFAIK but it did at one point in time.
<Zacam-Away> So, theINory, all you would need would be the makefile and place it into the libjpeg dir and modify makefile.am and/or configure.ac to link to it.
<DarkBasilisk> so it would install the library inside freespace and sidestep these issues altogether?
<Zacam-Away> It would compile the code against the version that is in the repository checkout, yes.
<Zacam-Away> (again, I'm not a linux expert, my last use of a distro was when Mandrake was still new and Red Hat never heard of calling themselves "Fedora" or offering "Enterprise")
<Zacam-Away> Not counting the MythTV I'm running that is.
6979 loads but the images are blue tinted. Going all the way back for 3.6.12 (which loads jpegs with the right colors), i got to play for a little while before a crash. Nothing in debug log i could make sense of but posting it here.
EDIT: I think we can solve the jpeg issue at least now that i've found out about the config option to statically link libjpeg, still not sure why it's crashing the other times though.
EDIT EDIT: Nevermind ^ it turns out that didn't work either
That doesn't even make sense. Config file even said it was using libjpeg.a from the source folder. (debug log posted does not relate to this case but rather the attempt with the base 3.6.12 release).
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