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    Default flowblade for openSUSE

    Hello,

    I just hear about "flowblade"

    I don't see any way to install it under openSUSE (usually compiling such application is pretty hard)

    any idea?

    thanks
    jdd
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    Default Re: flowblade for openSUSE

    On 12/30/2012 02:46 PM, jdd wrote:
    > (usually compiling such application is pretty hard)


    but, you never know until you try (especially since it appears that no
    compiling is required..

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    Default Re: flowblade for openSUSE

    Like dd I have read
    Flowblade is currently a 100% script application, and all the dependencies should be available in popular distributions, so in most cases it should be possible to install Flowblade without compiling anything.
    And that is on a rather small page, how could you have missed that?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: flowblade for openSUSE

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Like dd I have read

    And that is on a rather small page, how could you have missed that?
    I stopped on the dependency list as it's pretty long and as I just verifyed not all are available in openSUSE. I just have a partner in an other list that tried compiling mlt and I tried that myself witjhout luck, but some time ago.

    So I could effectively download the python source (python is a special kind of script, for sure, but quite fast, and I like it a lot :-).

    I found many dependencies, but not all (for example what are python-gnome2, gtk2-engine-pixbuf, and some other?), I know it's most of the time a name problem (not the same name under debian/ubuntu and openSUSE). I have many video editors installed, so usually most deps are already filled.

    So I could run flowblade and load a file in it. still I have to see if ity's really usable. I will report eventually

    thanks, your notes gave me the necessary clues :-)
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