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F-Spot Photo Manager

No website currently. PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE OLD WEBSITE

WARNING

The code base is in heavy flux right now. It might be completely broken right now. Known issues:

  • Doesn't start
  • AdjustTimeDialog is completely broken due to removing Gnome.DateTime
  • Autotools stuff is likely doing the wrongs things due to heavy changes.

Chat

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/mono/f-spot

Build Status

Branch Status
Master (Linux) Build Status
Master (Linux) Actions Status
Master (Windows) Build Status

Requirements

- GNOME development libraries 2.4 or later, http://www.gnome.org

- Mono 6.0.0 or later, http://www.mono-project.com

- gtk-sharp 2.12.2 or later, http://www.mono-project.com

- Sqlite 2.8.6 or later

- liblcms 2 or later, http://www.littlecms.com/

- hicolor-icon-theme 0.10 or later, https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/icon-theme

- adwaita-icon-theme 3.18.0 or later, https://download.gnome.org/sources/adwaita-icon-theme/3.13

- NuGet, https://www.nuget.org/

The following requirements are automatically installed by make via NuGet

- TagLibSharp 2.2.0

Tests

- NUnit 3.12.0

- Moq 4.13.1

Installing missing Certificates

On distributions like Fedora or Mageia, Mono installations come without root certificates installed, and those may not necessarily be synced from the local root certificates as a post installation step either. So on a fresh install, you may need to use the cert-sync tool in order to sync your local root certificates into the Mono truststore

More details in the Mono 3.12 Release Notes

To invoke the tool manually use

sudo cert-sync /path/to/ca-bundle.crt

On Debian systems, that’s

sudo cert-sync /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt

and on Red Hat derivatives (Fedora, CentOS, Mageia, etc...) it’s

sudo cert-sync /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt

Your distribution might use a different path, if it’s not derived from one of those.

Build

To compile, just go through the normal autogen/configure stuff and then make install.

Launch

To launch F-Spot, run $(prefix)/bin/f-spot.

With MonoDevelop

If you want to use to build and run F-Spot here are notes about that process.

There are a few steps you have to run before you can open MonoDevelop:

1.  ./autogen.sh (on ubuntu you have to do ./autogen.sh)
2.  cd build; make
3.  cd lib/libfspot; make
4.  sudo make install (this will install the libfspot.so files)

OR

1. ./prep_linux_build.sh prefix={some/path}

I like to do ~/staging

This will build a couple tools in ./build that are needed to build the projects in ./lib.

Once these two directories are built you can now open and build and run f-spot from there.