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I have spent a bit of time on this problem and am more perplexed now than I was before starting. Ooops.

First I'll offer how I build MY version of ImageMagick at the momement. I may change this after further experimentation but this is at least more than what I am after:

PREFIX=/opt export CCFLAGS="-I$PREFIX/include/freetype2" export LDFLAGS="-L$PREFIX/lib" ./configure --prefix=$PREFIX \ --enable-shared \ --disable-static \ --with-modules \ --with-largefiles \ --with-magick-plus-plus \ --with-threads \ --enable-lzw=yes \ --without-fpx \ --with-perl=$PREFIX/bin/perl \ >logs/ImageMagick-config
After running all that I get a good build of the ImageMagick libraries and PerlMagick. Yaaah.

However, CPAN'ing the more recent version of PerlMagick leads me into the confusion. I am getting complaints about all sorts of unknown struct members and types during make.

Magick.xs: In function `SetAttribute':
Magick.xs:1392: structure has no member named `pen'
Magick.xs: In function `XS_Image__Magick_Mogrify':
Magick.xs:3693: `AffineMatrix' undeclared (first use in this function)
Magick.xs:3693: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
Magick.xs:3693: for each function it appears in.)
Magick.xs:3693: parse error before `affine'
Magick.xs:4351: structure has no member named `text'
Magick.xs:4363: structure has no member named `geometry'
...yadda yadda
Unfortunately I don't have heaps of time to figure out what has gone awry but when I do, you'll hear from me. :)


In reply to Re: Re: Image::Magick - one step forward, two back? by jlawrenc
in thread Image::Magick by dusk

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