New Windows builds


(Sebastien Guyader) #182

I just uploaded new Windows 64-bit builds here:

  • Master branch 4.2.788
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.915

(both Release and Debug)


#183

And Windows 32 bit are here

  • Master branch 4.2.788
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.915

(both Release and Debug)


(Sebastien Guyader) #184

I just uploaded new Windows 64-bit builds here:

  • Master branch 4.2.797
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.927

(both Release and Debug)


New design of the sliders
(Morgan Hardwood) #185

@gaaned92 could you also provide a master release+debug build for XP?

I’ll upload @sguyader and @gaaned92 builds to the site tomorrow.


(Ilias Giarimis) #186

Andre, both 4.2.788 and 4.2.915GTK3 failed to start because libpcre-1.dll could not be found


#187

Sebastien

First, many thanks for your constant efforts to post new releases of Master branch and Gtk3 versions. I do appreciate your hard work.

Perhaps it is asking too much, however I would find it helpful if you could include a brief summary of what significant changes have been made to the latest version compared to the immediate preceeding release. This would help me decide if I should replace the version I am currently using (with no obvious problems) with the latest release.


(Ingo Weyrich) #188

@mikesan In the AboutThisBuild.txt of each version there is a Changeset information. You can use this information to check for differences between two versions by looking here.

Ingo


#189

Many thanks for your reply. It remains to figure out correspondence between the release date and the version number.


#190

I am awayfrom home until end of april and thus not able to build.

@ilias_giarimis I will check when back home


(Sebastien Guyader) #191

@mikesan, if you follow the link given by Ingo, at the right of each commit you’ll see a suite of 7 characters, which are the first 7 characters of the Changeset number. For example, the last commit’s changeset starts with f7af57d, and you’ll find these characters in the current build’s AboutThisBuild.txt because I made it from this stage.
If you still have the previous build I uploaded, find the changeset in it’s AboutThisBuild.txt, read the first 7 characters of its changeset, then follow Ingo’s link and locate the corresponding commit: you’ll then see what changes have been commited between the two version.


#192

Sebastien,

Many thanks for taking the time to answer with this detailed instruction. Now that I have the “secret decoder ring” I will be able to find my way. Again, thanks.


(Sebastien Guyader) #193

I just uploaded new Windows 64-bit builds here:

  • Master branch 4.2.808
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.942

Both branches are at the same stage. Enjoy!


(Sebastien Guyader) #194

Even fresher Windows 64-bit builds have been uploaded here:

  • Master branch 4.2.814
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.950

With these builds and from now on, RT now supports the Rec. 2020 Colorspace.


(Flash) #195

Hi Sebastien,

after my upgrade from Win8.1 to Win10 I also have the problem that RawTherapee (4.2.905) needs about 4 minutes to start. The options menue is also opened very slow and makes the GUI freeze for a while.
I deleted the …\AppData\Local\RawTherapee folder, but unfortunatelly this didn’t change anything…
I don’t get any pop-up (except the one shown at first startup after installation or deleting options).

Any more ideas how I could fix this issue?
Thanks in advance!

(edit: A registry cleanup and reinstall didn’t help, too)


(Morgan Hardwood) #196

@Flash try using the latest gtk3 version.
If the problem persists, try setting the ClutsDirectory key in the options file to point to an existing and empty folder.


#197

New Windows 32-bit builds(release and debug) are here

  • master branch 4.2.830

  • GTK3 branch 4.2.967


(Morgan Hardwood) #198

@gaaned92 uploading.
Hi @sguyader, I would like to upload a new gtk3 build which includes the Hald CLUT speedup merge, so commit 5294d2 or newer. If it’s not too much of a problem, could you make a new one? That is also to let pi99y try to reproduce his crash using the new HaldCLUT code.


(Sebastien Guyader) #199

New Windows 64-bit builds have been uploaded here:

  • Master branch 4.2.834
  • Gtk3 branch 4.2.974

(Mark Howell) #200

4.2.974 is crashing on startup for me (Win7-64). If I move the Hald CLUT folder, starts fine. If I make a new empty Hald CLUT folder, still good. If I then put hald cluts in the folder, still good. If I go to load a hald clut, crashes immediately. This is not an issue with 4.2.927, which I reverted to.


(todd) #201

Same behavior here as Mark reported above with 9.2.974… Did not happen with 9.2.950 for me.