Fixing dependent ports for libxine 1.2.0 - k9copy-kde4,
nox at jelal.kn-bremen.de
Sun Feb 5 22:28:17 UTC 2012
On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 07:18:45PM +0100, Juergen Lock wrote:
> libxine 1.2.0 is finally released and I found a lot of ports no
> longer build with it. :( I now have patches for most (and one of
> them, multimedia/konverter is maintained by this list and a few
> other are unmaintained; the other maintainers I just emailed off-list.)
> The update for the libxine port itself is here:
New version of this update at the same place, I fixed tb on i386
and removed the ARTS knob that's no longer supported.
I still haven't heard back from the multimedia/k9copy-kde4 and
multimedia/qdvdauthor maintainers, if you read this can you check
your spamfilter if my mails ended up there?
> The patches for ports that depend on it are here:
> Some notes:
> - multimedia/konverter seems to have long delays and redraw problems,
> was this also true with the old libxine? It's also still for kde3
> and there are better alternatives (avidemux?) so I guess it's not
> that big of a loss...
> - multimedia/phonon-xine refuses to use libxine 1.2.0 (recommends
> a downgrade of libxine), and seems to be no longer developed(?),
> so I guess we'll just have to leave it.
> - multimedia/kaffeine runs after patching x11/kdelibs4's FindXine.cmake
> (thanx rakuco for that fix), but it only shows a green window at least
> with mp4 or ts files. (avi files and audio still work.) It seems the
> kaffeine developers have found this too and are now switching away
> from libxine in their git repo - so I guess we'll have a broken
> kaffeine at least until they release a new version.
> - And some fixes I have only build-tested so far, help wanted...
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