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CinePaint Plans for 2014

December 1st, 2013·No Comments

What’s next for CinePaint

By Robin Rowe

SHEFFIELD, UK (CinePaint.org) 2013/12/1 – I’ve been working on the development of a major online game server, nothing to do with CinePaint. My work life has been an astounding amount of crazy hours that were promised to ease up a year ago.

I still have big plans for CinePaint, plans I look forward to accomplishing in the coming year.

CinePaint’s build system complexity and UI bugs have long been our bane. First, I will merge the FLTK interface code from the experimental Glasgow branch with the existing codebase. That will cut down the overall complexity (less lines of code for the same functionality) and eliminate difficult to track down bugs in the legacy UI code. After that, I can get back to a frequent release tempo with support for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows platforms.

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Building CinePaint on CentOS and Release 1.0-4

May 7th, 2013·7 Comments

How-to for building CinePaint on CentOS O.S. from CVS or source tarball

By Robin Rowe

HOLLYWOOD, CA (CinePaint.org) 2013/5/8 – Release 1.0-4 builds on CentOS/RHEL 6.4. Tarball and i686 rpm at SourceForge. I dropped the 1.3 and 1.2 releases because make rpm prefers 1.0-4 notation.

Here are notes on desktop CentOS operating system installation. Once we have that installed we will want to access SourceForge CVS. There are two ways to do that, anonymous and read-write (if you are a member of the CinePaint developer team).

Anonymous CVS

$ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cinepaint.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cinepaint login

$ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cinepaint.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cinepaint co -P cinepaint-project

Read-Write CVS

$ export CVS_RSH=ssh
$ cvs -z3 -d:ext:USERNAME@cinepaint.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cinepaint checkout cinepaint-project

SSH Identity Keys

Developers who don’t want to enter their password over and over whenever making a CVS change will need an identity key.

$ ssh-keygen -C your@email.address

This creates the files .identity and identity.pub in your .ssh directory. If you use more than one computer, you’ll to copy these files to each one. Next, copy the pub file to SF.

$ scp .ssh/identity.pub username@lfc.sourceforge.net:identity.pub

Next, ssh to SF and rename file.

$ ssh -l username lfc.sourceforge.net

$ mv identity.pub .ssh/authorized_keys

Logout and ssh again. You shouldn’t be asked for a password.

Building CinePaint

Install necessary developer libraries first.

# yum install lcms-devel libtiff-devel libpng-devel libjpeg-devel openexr-devel fltk-devel gutenprint-devel libXmu-devel

$ cd cinepaint-project/cinepaint

$ sh autogen.sh

$ sh configure.sh

=================================================================
Configuration Results

GTK CinePaint Version 1.0.0

General dependencies:
Gtk2 toolkit                 yes    2.18.9
DnD support                  yes    X11/Xmu
littleCMS                    yes    lcms 1.19
Oyranos                      no

Plug-ins with external dependencies:
Python plug-in:              yes    python2.6
OpenEXR plug-in:             yes    OpenEXR 1.6.1
Tiff plug-in:                yes
PNG plug-in:                 yes    libpng 1.2.49
Jpeg plug-in:                yes
Print plug-in:               yes    Gutenprint 5.2.5
FLTK dependent plug-ins:     yes    bracketing_to_hdr collect pdf
Thread dependent plug-ins:   yes    icc_examin
Flex dependent plug-ins:     yes    iol
=================================================================

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CinePaint on CentOS and RedHat RHEL 6.4

April 26th, 2013·No Comments

Updating CentOS and RedHat support for CinePaint

by Robin Rowe

Robin Rowe at the Globe Theatre

Robin Rowe at the Globe Theatre

HOLLYWOOD, CA (CinePaint.org) 2013/3/26 – I’m back after two weeks in London. What a great city! I saw performances of Book of Mormon, Singin in the Rain, and went on tours of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and of the Benjamin Franklin House. I’ll be back in the UK in November to speak in Sheffield. Haven’t nailed down exactly when or what that talk will be yet, probably on game programming.

I got this note from a CinePaint fan:

Can someone put CinePaint to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for me? I had to migrate from Fedora 18 as it lost all usability. CinePaint can’t be found in any of the repositories. 

Yes, CinePaint is long overdue for an rpm update. I’m downloading CentOS 6.4 now to load into VMWare. Will have an update next week.

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CinePaint Thanks Locate My Name

March 23rd, 2013·No Comments

Locate My Name maps names across countries and regions

By Robin Rowe

HOLLYWOOD, CA (CinePaint.org) 2013/3/23 – CinePaint welcomes Locate My Name as a sponsor. At www.locatemyname.com you search on a name and it shows how it’s distributed across the country and the world. Charts, statistics and tops are available. Useful for finding origins of names, curiosity, entertainment and genealogy research.

Currently the USA, Canada, France, Italy, Romania, UK are fully covered. The rest of Europe and parts of South America are partially covered. Locate My Name says they’re about to add data for Australia, Asia and African countries.

Check out your name for free at www.locatemyname.com.

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What’s New with CinePaint

March 23rd, 2013·1 Comment

Windows development, GUI improvements and weekly progress reports

By Robin Rowe

HOLLYWOOD, CA (CinePaint.org) 2013/3/23 – Thank you to all who have sent me words of encouragement and CinePaint suggestions by email. I appreciate everyone who has continued to believe in CinePaint, who may consider Adobe Photoshop great, but can’t accept it as being the best possible tool for a production workflow.

CinePaint is special because (more…)

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