rsmith at xs4all.nl
Wed Jul 1 04:01:04 UTC 2009
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 06:35:04PM -0400, Gary Palmer wrote:
> > > > Are you running a linux binary of mplayer? Because a native mplayer
> > > > binary does not require linux-pango! It just uses the native pango.
> > >
> > > In fact, it's lxdvdrip which requires linux-pango [via linux-gtk2].
> > > lxdvdrip is happy with the native mplayer.
> > Looking at the port Makefile [/usr/ports/multimedia/lxdvdrip/Makefile]
> > and Freshports entries [http://www.freshports.org/multimedia/lxdvdrip/]
> > for lxdvdrip, there is no sign of it directly requiring pango, let alone
> > the Linux version. It is mplayer that depends on pango:
> I am not the OP, however I also ran into warnings about mplayer and
> linux-pango. I believe the problem comes from linux-realplayer
> # cd /usr/ports/multimedia/mplayer
> # make run-depends-list
> # grep REAL /var/db/ports/mplayer/options
Good catch! I think that is indeed the problem. I disabled realplayer
support for mplayer ages ago, so it doesn't show up in my list.
Harald, re-build mplayer with realplayer support disabled (if you can do
without it), and you should probably loose the dependency on
> There may be more than one path to the linux-pango dependency however
I don't think so, looking at the Makefiles of the other dependencies of
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