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F-Spot Photo Manager http://f-spot.org/ Requirements: - GNOME development libraries 2.4 or later, http://www.gnome.org - Mono 2.2 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 1.12 or later, http://www.littlecms.com/ - hicolor-icon-theme 0.10 or later, http://icon-theme.freedesktop.org/wiki/HicolorTheme - taglib-sharp 22.214.171.124 or later, https://github.com/mono/taglib-sharp - dbus-sharp 0.7 or later, https://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp - dbus-sharp-glib 0.5 or later, https://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp-glib 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. sh autogen.sh (on ubuntu you have to do ./autogen.sh) 2. cd build; make 3. cd ..; cp hyena.patch lib/Hyena 4. cd lib/Hyena; patch -p1 < hyena.patch 5. cd ../libfspot; make 6. sudo make install (this will install the libfspot.so files) The hyena patch is just a temporary fix for now. This will build a couple tools in ./build that are needed to build the projects in ./lib. Unfortunately, the f-spot.exe.config file points to whatever prefix you gave during 'sh autogen.sh'. You could copy the files from ./lib/libfspot/.libs to ./bin and edit f-spot.exe.config, but it'll get overwritten with each build. Once these two directories are built you can now open monodevelop and build and run f-spot from there.