That said, I'm don't really understand why you want to run rawopint from within multicam.lua. The purpose of multicam is primarily synchronized shooting with multiple cameras. Using to to run a different script to do the shooting doesn't really make sense to me. If you just want to start a script on several cameras, multicam seems like needless complication, you do do a very simple script to iterate over chdk.list_usb_devices. See extras/simplemulticam.lua for a possible starting point, though beware it may be out of date. Or just use a chdkptp command script to connect to each camera in turn by name or serial number.
i installed libreadline8, as for running misc/setup-ext-libs.bash that ended sadly:### building Lua ###setup-ext-libs.bash error: make linux i'm running 21.10 as i see from the readme that's untested
Note that you need the readline *development* package, often called something like libreadline-dev or similar, not just the library needed for precompiled apps.
Quote from: reyalp on 13 / April / 2022, 17:57:23Note that you need the readline *development* package, often called something like libreadline-dev or similar, not just the library needed for precompiled apps.got further but alas the list only got longer. 5.3 the problem?
lua.c:82:10: fatal error: readline/readline.h: No such file or directory 82 | #include <readline/readline.h> | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~/trunk$ misc/setup-ext-libs.bashmkdir -p /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/src /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built### downloading packages ###skip download existing: lua-5.3.6.tar.gzskip download existing: cd-5.14_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gzskip download existing: cd-5.14-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gzskip download existing: iup-3.30_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gzskip download existing: iup-3.30-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz### check download shasums ###lua-5.3.6.tar.gz: OKcd-5.14_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz: OKcd-5.14-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz: OKiup-3.30_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz: OKiup-3.30-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz: OK### unpacking downloads ###rm -rf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/src/lua-5.3.6tar -xzf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive/lua-5.3.6.tar.gz -C /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/srcrm -rf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cdmkdir -p /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cdtar -xzf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive/cd-5.14_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz -C /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cdtar -xzf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive/cd-5.14-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz -C /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cdrm -rf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iupmkdir -p /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iuptar -xzf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive/iup-3.30_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz -C /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iuptar -xzf /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/archive/iup-3.30-Lua53_Linux415_64_lib.tar.gz -C /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iup### building Lua ###### configure Lua binaries ###mkdir -p /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/lua53/doccp doc/contents.html doc/index.css doc/logo.gif doc/lua.1 doc/luac.1 doc/lua.css doc/manual.css doc/manual.html doc/osi-certified-72x60.png doc/readme.html /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/lua53/docln -s -f liblua.a liblua53.amkdir -p /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cd/libcdlua53.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cd/libcdcontextplus.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cd/libcdluacontextplus53.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/cd/libcd.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iup/libiupcd.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iup/libiup.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iup/libiuplua53.so /home/xxxx/trunk/libcp /home/xxxx/trunk/extlibs/built/iup/libiupluacd53.so /home/xxxx/trunk/lib
now that this is done what to do with make because i'm really looking forward to this new build....should i start that from the trunk?
and what do i tell make?
make clean all
make GUI=1 clean all
If you want to make a complete zip you can install elsewhere, useCode: [Select]misc/bin-snapshot.bash
bin-snapshot.bash error: missing .extlibs/built/
this is not from the svn, but the zip.have you got a suggestion what i'm missing here. there is no built-lua.log yet.
It sounds like you just ran bin-snapshot in a clean tree, without running setup-ext-libs first? If so, you need to run setup-ext-libs first.setup-ext-libs downloads / builds the dependencies that aren't included in chdkptp svn. It needs to be run once after checking out the source or downloading the zip, or when you want to change some things about how the dependencies are configured.bin-snapshot runs make and puts the results in zip file suitable able for distribution.
misc/bin-snapshot.bashchdkptp-rUnversioned directory-Linux-x86_64.zipMakefile:163: bottom.mk: No such file or directorymake: *** No rule to make target 'bottom.mk'. Stop.bin-snapshot.bash error: build failed
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