If you want to compile UFRaw in another environment or with a different compiler then you are on your own.
It was designed for the Gimp Shop, but might also work with the standard Gimp.
To use the UFRaw Gimp plug-in you need first to install Gimp 2.0 or higher. If you only plan to use UFRaw's stand-alone tool, there is no need to install Gimp, but the Gimp Tool Kit (GTK 2) is still needed.
There is no need to install DCRaw itself since its code is incorporated into UFRaw.
The others are optional, their relevant features will be enabled if they are found during configuration.
In Debian you can get these packages with the command (requires root privelege): The libgtkimageview-dev package only exists in Debian testing and unstable.