Install ufraw-batch without x11 and other dependencies

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at
Tue Apr 19 21:32:35 PDT 2011

On Apr 19, 2011, at 21:55, Chris Jensen wrote:

> I would like to use imagemagick to batch process some raw images.
> I've installed imagemagick no problem, but running it on the images gives
> sh: ufraw-batch: command not found
> If I do
> sudo port install ufraw
> I get a screen full of dependencies, including:
> gnome
> libvorbis (a sound codec ??)
> X11
> I just want a command line batch processor. There's variants.
> Is there any way to install ufraw or something equivalent without
> installing a window manager and sound codecs ???

Hmm, yes, you're right. ufraw has a very large number of dependencies. You could ask the maintainer of the ufraw port, or the developer of the ufraw software, if they're all really necessary. gimp2 seems to be the main problem.

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