Yesterday I manually compiled photivo, a camera raw file
converter and image editor. One of the requirements for
installing is gcc 4.6. So I manually unmasked gcc 4.6.3
and installed it with portage.
After switching gcc with gcc-config and . /etc/profile,
photivo compiled fine.
A test run showed that photivo is running fine.
I simply do not know enough about gcc and gentoo to leave
gcc at 4.6.3, and switched back to the stable 4.5 branch
(gcc-config and . /etc/profile again).
When I try to run photivo again I get an error:
version `GLIBCXX_3.4.15' not found (required by photivo)
locate -i glibcxx shows no results.
My question is: Can I set some variables (e.g. in a bash
start script) that photivo thinks it is running on a system
with gcc 4.6? All the components are installed, as I can
switch gcc to 4.6.3 and run photivo as user.
I do not see any changes in environment variables before
and after switching gcc versions. What magic does
I just tried with fotoxx: This is a semi-manual process, but
I liked the resulting image. The joint is less visible
than on brum-2.jpg. It was easy to do an "unbend" after
merging, and therefore the clock and the face on the image
borders stay in the image. This was my first try to do a
panorama in fotoxx, and it took me less than 5 minutes,
much faster than with hugin. If you like I send you the
image to your private mail.