Excerpts from Julien Claassen's message of
2010-09-28 23:36:51 +0200:
I ried to compile the newest calf plugins again, well maybe not the newest,
two weeks ago. and I find, that it still REQUIRES QT to build. That isn't a
good thing for me. For even when I install the necessary tools, I obviously
haven't the necessary tools, because it doesn't compile.
Question: Wouldn't it be possible to have configure options for ladspa, lv2
and possibly dssi (if there is any). so I can decide to build ladspa only,
which won't require QT at all. Or is the QT environment so tightly bound into
the code, ta it wouldn't matter either way?
I doubt it needs qt, but it seems to currently depend on gtk2. I don't
think it's possible to build them with gtk2 atm., but maybe kfoltman
will read this and can help you with it. I agree that it would be nice
if the gtk2 dependency was optional.
I just talked to kfoltman on IRC, he doesn't read this list. Calf should
auto-detect whether gtk2 is available and act accordingly. If it doesn't
work as it should, file a bug or write a mail to kfoltman.