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F-Spot Photo Manager http://f-spot.org/

Chat:

  • Join the chat at https://gitter.im/mono/f-spot
  • Also on #f-spot on gimpnet

Build Status:

Branch Status
Master Build Status

Requirements:

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

- Mono 3.8.2 or later, http://www.go-mono.net

- gtk-sharp 2.12.2 or later, http://www.go-mono.net

- Sqlite 2.8.6 or later

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

- hicolor-icon-theme 0.10 or later, http://icon-theme.freedesktop.org/wiki/HicolorTheme

- taglib-sharp 2.0.3.7 or later, https://github.com/mono/taglib-sharp

- dbus-sharp 0.8 or later, https://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp

- dbus-sharp-glib 0.6 or later, https://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp-glib

    - Nunit 2.6.4 if you want to run the unit tests, https://github.com/nunit/nunitv2/releases

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

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

With MonoDevelop: If you want to use MonoDevelop 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 monodevelop and build
and run f-spot from there.
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