I'm installing Gimp (2.6.10) on Debian. The system has all the required libraries (dependencies) installed in the default directories, so giving to Gimp
./configure && make && make install
completes fine, and installs Gimp.
But I compiled some of the dependencies manually, for needed performance. These are GEGL, Glib, and BABL. All them are correctly installed in
I configure Gimp with these essential flags: (there are more flags to strip down unused features from the binary)
./configure --prefix=/usr/handsoftware/ PKG_CONFIG_PATH="../gegl/:../babl/" CXXFLAGS="-march=pentium4 -O3" CXXFLAGS="-march=pentium4 -O3"
where PKG_CONFIG_PATH points to the source directories of GEGL and BABL from which these libraries were compiled and installed. I don't know if this setting is correct nor required.
./configures correctly, but
make fails pointing out that gegl.h is missing.
gegl.h is installed in two points in my system:
in the GNU
includestandard directory, where it's been installed by APT
../gegl/, as pointed by PKG_CONFIG_PATH
I have to point Gimp to the manually-installed includes rather than to the ones installed by APT, as the formers are those compatible with the manually installed library. Can I do this?