Miro (Democracy) player port is here...
lme at FreeBSD.org
Sun Nov 18 13:01:49 PST 2007
On Sun, Nov 18, 2007 at 09:13:10AM -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 07:20:11 -0600, Lars Engels <lme at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> >On Sat, Nov 17, 2007 at 09:52:19PM -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> >>Hello folks,
> >>One of my friend beg me to create a port of Miro, so I did. ;-)
> >>Hopeful I have covered all dependencies. There is only a known issue
> >>is that for some reason it doesn't show thumbnail. Other than
> >>thumbnail, it downloads, displays video and etc work great. Feel free
> >>to report bug or whatever under this thread. Have fun.
> >>What is Miro?
> >>Miro is a free application that turns your computer into an internet TV
> >>video player.
> >>WWW: http://www.getmiro.com/
> >>Get port and install it.
> >> # fetch http://people.freebsd.org/~mezz/shar/miro.shar
> >> # sh miro.shar
> >> # cd miro ; make install clean
> >>BTW: If you already have boost installed, you will have to uninstall
> >>and install it with WITH_PYTHON or install devel/boost-python. I
> >>already have requested to the maintainer of boost(-python) to see if
> >>he can get boost and boost-python unconflict.
> >Hi Jeremy,
> >the port doesn't build here:
> >ompiling 'unittest/include' template to
> >Starting compile of unittest/include
> >Ending compile
> >Package config error:
> >pkg-config --list-all outputted the following error:
> >Package 'poppler-glib' requires 'poppler = 0.5.91' but version of
> >poppler is 0.6
> Are your installed ports up to date? I can't reproduce it here and there is no poppler stuff in miro, so I think it is coming from your installed ports' *.pc file. Try
> to run 'pkg-config --list-all' and see which *.pc file that is complaining about poppler stuff.
Thanks for the hint.
I re-built all poppler ports and their dependencies and now miro builds
and runs. :-)
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