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    Default Compile "Nightingale" source - required development library version not available

    Hi all,

    Tried in vain to find an rpm / repository containing nightingale... So I thought no problem I'll build it from their Git Tree source...

    I'm using OpenSUSE 12.2 switched over to Tumbleweed. The sticker I've hit is this (encountered during the configure stage):
    Code:
    checking for taglib >= 1.8.0... Requested 'taglib >= 1.8.0' but version of TagLib is 1.7.2
    I've checked and none (of the many) repositories, I have enabled, have a newer development version of this library...

    Anyone able to help??

    Thanks
    Bob

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    Default Re: Compile "Nightingale" source - required development library version not available

    Quote Originally Posted by bobwya View Post
    Hi all,

    Tried in vain to find an rpm / repository containing nightingale... So I thought no problem I'll build it from their Git Tree source...

    I'm using OpenSUSE 12.2 switched over to Tumbleweed. The sticker I've hit is this (encountered during the configure stage):
    Code:
    checking for taglib >= 1.8.0... Requested 'taglib >= 1.8.0' but version of TagLib is 1.7.2
    I've checked and none (of the many) repositories, I have enabled, have a newer development version of this library...

    Anyone able to help??

    Thanks
    Bob
    There is a Tumbleweed forum. Specialy for hose who want to know more about things in a Tumbleweed environment and want help from fellow Tumbleweed users. I e.g. do not use Tumbleweed and I dare not to give you any advice on this.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Compile "Nightingale" source - required development library version not available

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    There is a Tumbleweed forum. Specialy for hose who want to know more about things in a Tumbleweed environment and want help from fellow Tumbleweed users. I e.g. do not use Tumbleweed and I dare not to give you any advice on this.
    OK thanks. I figured out a solution anyway.

    Bob

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