Does this mean that Gwenview plugins now work because for the life of me, I cannot use them owing to the libkipi problem alluded to earlier.
My guess is that the removal of Digikam has removed some functionality needed by Gwenview for its plugins (both programs use libkipi). Installing Digikam is not possible owing to unresolved dependencies thus
Depends: libkdcraw.so.20 but it is not installable
Depends: libkexiv2.so.10 but it is not installable
Depends: libkipi.so.8 but it is not installable
Depends: libmarblewidget.so.13 but it is not installable
Does this mean we have to wait for Digikam to be sorted out before Gwenview plugins will work? I'm a bit confused as it doesn't seem solved to me.
Archie posted a new version of DigiKam and a few other packages for testing five days ago and again yesterday. He strongly advised users that aren't involved in testing not to try them out at this stage, as they may break something. But so far everything looks promising. So you should wait, but most probably it won't be a long wait.
« Last Edit: November 08, 2012, 11:54:28 AM by Bald Brick »
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