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Old 14th May 2019, 02:23   #541  |  Link
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Any chance this build can be shared somehow?
Is there something compiled version depends on that Mint doesn't have by default? (Thinking off appimage)

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Sure, here is my build but I would recommend to have it built on your own Mint system. I don't think there are any special non-default dependencies needed, just follow my instructions and install any missing packages from official repositories.
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Thanks. I probably should, but since I am using exact same OS I thought I'll try to go with easier route. I'll look into compiling it myself at some point.

Edit: on the other hand I think it would be best do make Travis build and share VapourSynth Editor, Including version for linux. Maybe even with the same appimage. But I have no idea how hard that would be.

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It would be the best to have it maintained in a Mint repository. Some repositories already do that. I've also found this.
https://www.deb-multimedia.org/dists...ursynth-editor
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It would be the best to have it maintained in a Mint repository. Some repositories already do that. I've also found this.
https://www.deb-multimedia.org/dists...ursynth-editor
I think in the end this would be more work and people on other distributions would have to add mint's ppa and try their luck... appimage, on the other hand, is a portable version with all the dependencies included that works on any os with the same or newer kernel as the one software was compiled with. It might need some time investment to set up but it hardly needs any maintenance after that. Projects like mkvtoolnix, inkscape, avidemux use this method (though I am not sure they use travis specifically). Mkvtoolnix is also on QT so there should be no issues.

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