cvs commit: ports/Mk bsd.gstreamer.mk
ports/multimedia/gstreamer-plugins Makefile Makefile.common
kwm at FreeBSD.org
Sun Mar 20 10:21:56 PST 2005
Op zo, 20-03-2005 te 12:34 -0500, schreef Adam Weinberger:
> Koop Mast wrote:
> > Op zo, 20-03-2005 te 11:44 -0500, schreef Adam Weinberger:
> >>Koop Mast wrote:
> >>>kwm 2005-03-20 16:01:42 UTC
> >>> FreeBSD ports repository
> >>> Modified files:
> >>> Mk bsd.gstreamer.mk
> >>> multimedia/gstreamer-plugins Makefile Makefile.common
> >>> pkg-plist
> >>> Added files:
> >>> devel/gstreamer-plugins-gconf Makefile
> >>> Log:
> >>> Slit off gstreamer gconf stuff in a seperate port.
> >>> Requested by: lofi
> >>> Approved by: maintainer (implicit)
> >>Is this separation for the benefit of KDE ports, for when KDE has
> >>support for gstreamer backend?
> > Primarily yes. I think I had another Reason but I can't remember.
> >>Also, does this need to be set manually, or could it just be inferred?
> > This I something that also entered my brain when I hit commit.
> > Its enabled by USE_GSTREAMER=gconf.
> > To be honest I have no idea what inferred in this context means.
> What I was getting at is that if a port has a dependency on
> gstreamer-plugins, and a dependency on gconf, the dependency on
> gstreamer-plugins-gconf should be implied.
> # Adam
Thats a good point, but not all ports that depend on gst-plug and Gconf
Lets take for example gnomecontrolcenter2. It depends on gstreamer-plug
and on Gconf, but it doesn't require gst-plug-gconf. So I think this is
the best solution for the moment.
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