Some past Discussion:
I am trying to set up a development build of Natron in Kubuntu 18.10. I follow these instructions:
I can build the Natron SDK in /opt/Natron-sdk but then qmake -r gives this error:
sh: 1: Syntax error: word unexpected (expecting “)”)
When I try to manually install dependencies using tools/travis/install_dependencies.sh it returns this error:
tools/travis/install_dependencies.sh: line 240: /Global/plugin-branches.sh: No such…
Hi! I am trying to build Natron from scratch and run into a couple of interrogations.
First of all, I had to figure out which repository I should use, because natron.fr points to MrKepzie’s repo while the official one actually is
I am building on Windows (with MSYS2), and so logically had a look at INSTALL_WINDOWS.md. But it seems quite outdated so I’ll need some help to reach the end. As I am doing so, I update this file in a branch: https://github.com/eliemichel/Natron/b…
I’m wondering if there’s a link to download the latest RB-2.3 branch builds for Linux. Or, does one have to build from scratch, at this point? If so, are the build instructions up to date on the .md file on github?
Natron should work with Qt 5, the only missing part is PySide, which is not officially supported by Qt5, but should be integrated soon. Just try it: use the Qt5 qmake and build Natron.