blender

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Blender is a free 3D animation studio. It includes tools for modeling, sculpting, texturing (painting, node-based shader materials, or UV mapped), UV mapping, rigging and constraints, weight painting, particle systems, simulation (fluids, physics, and soft body dynamics and an external crowd simulator), rendering, node-based compositing, and non linear video editing, as well as an integrated game engine for real-time interactive 3D, and game creation and playback with cross-platform compatibility.

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Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote 17 days ago

Dave, the dependencies are satisfied here! It would be nice to revert the latest change in order to provide a usable blender from this project as well. We could even enable embree, since all these dependent libraries are accepted here meanwhile.

OTOH, people searching for a non crippled blender 2.80 are constrained to the one from my home: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:frispete:blender/blender, IF they find it, note the difference, and trust me enough to use it (which are too many if´s for average users, I guess). Otherwise, they will be disappointed and just go away...

While at it, you might want to disable the Leap builds. Since 2.80 depends on Python 3.7, they will never exist, unless someone adds that for Leap 15.* builds.


Dave Plater's avatar

plater wrote 17 days ago

When the dependencies are in Factory, enable them and submit blender. If there is a difference between graphics/blender and Factory it will be auto submitted after a period of time.


Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote 12 days ago

So, if there's no other chance for a sane solution to the problem and you don't want to revert your latest change, may I urge you to wipe the binaries and disable publishing of this package, until the dependencies hit Factory? They stick in the licensedigger review process for 16 days now (two are accepted, one remaining).

But in this form, this package is ACTIVELY DAMAGING Tumbleweeds reputation of providing a usable Blender build!

I understand, that you don't want to give up full control on this package, but I don't understand, why you want to deteriorate this package for no good reasons, especially, since a good version is just a few clicks away.

Even if the package (with alembic, OpenSubdiv and openvdb enabled) is auto submitted to Factory (again?), there's no reason to worry. All it takes is a friendly request to move the submission to openSUSE:Factory:Staging:adi:14, where it belongs. It could have been there already, and all would be fine!


Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote 12 days ago

Dave, disable build attempts for Leap and PowerPC, please!


Dave Plater's avatar

plater wrote 12 days ago

I wiped the binaries long ago. Blender has the same functionality as before.


Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote 12 days ago

Dave, this thread is about repository settings. Again, please adjust. I wrote in my first comment, why.

I wiped the binaries long ago. Blender has the same functionality as before.

Yes, but without OpenSubdiv, a major feature isn't available. Just ask somebody, that uses Blender every day (e.g. my son Linus). I linked the Blender in my home with yours without reverting your latest change, and guess what: "Papa, Blender is damaged! Why, Linus? Subdiv is not available (again)..."


Dave Plater's avatar

plater wrote 12 days ago

Can you please understand that opensubdiv and friends cannot be enabled until they are accepted into Factory because if there is a difference between the devel project and Factory it will be auto submitted and then auto rejected.