Package Details: aseprite 1.2.16.2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/aseprite.git (read-only)
Package Base: aseprite
Description: Create animated sprites and pixel art
Upstream URL: http://www.aseprite.org/
Keywords: animation art editor gamedev image pixel sprites
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: aseprite-git, aseprite-gpl
Submitter: benob
Maintainer: fbrennan (abueide, rouhannb)
Last Packager: rouhannb
Votes: 73
Popularity: 0.81
First Submitted: 2011-11-01 17:40
Last Updated: 2019-11-21 23:20

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rouhannb commented on 2019-11-22 22:51

Whoops. I fumbled up my git repo and I guess I forgot to reupdate the sums before pushing :/

The AUR's authentication system seems to be down (the last pushed package was a bit over two hours ago), so I can't push the fix right now. For now, just run makepkg with `--skipchecksums`, or replace the second element of the `sha256sums` array with `deaf646a615c79a4672b087562a09c44beef37e7acfc6f5f66a437d4f3b97a25`. I'll push the fix when I find the AUR back online.

crispinh commented on 2019-11-22 10:12

The hash for aseprite.desktop is outdated https://gitlab.com/snippets/1915645

rouhannb commented on 2019-08-31 14:57

I made a PKGBUILD that does what @jeancf suggested without needing a separate aseprite-skia-git package. I have a diff at https://hastebin.com/otehapasov if anyone wants to check it out

Also it looks like libwebp is statically linked so it's not needed as a dependency.

EDIT: Looks like hastebin is down...? I've posted it at https://paste.ee/p/p7uiM if so.

jeancf commented on 2019-07-10 19:04

the AUR package aseprite-git builds the aseprite dependency, compiles fine and runs. maybe this package can use the same method.

warmwaffles commented on 2019-07-03 15:19

@jusw85 the ticket that dacap is tracking for skia stuff is here https://github.com/aseprite/aseprite/issues/139 I recently added a comment about trying to get it to compile for arch

jusw85 commented on 2019-07-03 14:10

I wasn't able to build with a current version of skia, in case anyone's thinking of fixing the current skia-git to build aseprite with. Even though aseprite-skia is only six months old, there are too many backward compatibility breaking changes. Some of them can be trivially hacked around e.g. patching os/CMakeLists.txt in laf to point to new SKCMS location, adding base directory for includes, but APIs have been wholesale changed or removed

warmwaffles commented on 2019-07-03 04:00

All right I suck at making PKGBUILD files but I made a real quick and dirty aseprite-skia-git and then altered the current PKGBUILD for aseprite to use the following

    -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RelWithDebInfo \
    -DLAF_OS_BACKEND=skia \
    -DSKIA_DIR=/usr/src/aseprite-skia/ \
    -DSKIA_OUT_DIR=/usr/lib \

Here is my glorious mess https://gist.github.com/warmwaffles/4f600d764d659d9302e7da85768aa2b0

After I ran the PKGBUILD.aseprite-skia-git and added those defines, it runs fine for me.

The AUR skia-git currently fails to compile for me. Aseprite also requires some of the source code from skia as well. This dependency is a pain in the ass to build, and it won't be going away and will be required from here on out.

warmwaffles commented on 2019-07-02 22:03

I'm getting the same error as @grevius. I'm going to checkout the older version of the PKGBUILD until something is figured out. I'm sure that separate fork of skia is gonna be a pain. You could make a new package aseprite-skia and add it as a dep here. Just seems like a PITA.

jusw85 commented on 2019-07-02 19:29

@grevius I successfully compiled and built it manually. I had to use a custom skia provided by aseprite at https://github.com/aseprite/skia. The PKGBUILD provided here won't work with skia until it's updated. I'm not sure if the latest aseprite can work without skia.

grevius commented on 2019-07-02 11:12

after the update for the version 1.2.12-2 i can't open aseprite and i have the following error: Unable to create a user-interface display. Details: Unknown error Error initializing module: gui Error initializing module: gui