ffmpeg-2009-05-15 port ready for testing!
kwm at FreeBSD.org
Sun May 17 22:39:02 UTC 2009
On Sun, 2009-05-17 at 15:27 +0200, Alberto Villa wrote:
> hi all!
> as the maintainer of multimedia/(mlt|mlt++|kdenlive), and as a multimedia
> user, i feel the need for a newer ffmpeg in the ports tree. my maintained
> apps, as well as a lot of other software (blender, for example), are now
> broken due to the old ffmpeg (i have to ship a patch for the ffmpeg port on
> kdenlive.org to avoid a crash in the program in freebsd, but that cannot be
> shipped with the port itself!)
I will be working on this, thanks for the patch.
> so, i've made a new port (quite easy), and i'd like you to test and
> (hopefully) commit it. i'm not sending a pr because it is an important port,
> and i think the list should review it. also, it's breaking the building of
> some other ports, but that's a matter of some #define's
The best way of doing this is to submit a pr and then put a mail on the
list. Because stuff can get lost on the mailing list.
> at the moment i'm using (happily! blender started reading my video files,
> kdenlive doesn't crash anymore, and so on) my port. i've rebuilt all its
> dependent ports, which means:
> blender-2.48a_1 *
> libquicktime-1.1.1 *
> among these, only blender and libquicktime required some little patches (i'm
> attaching them to this mail)
Unless I'm blind I only see the ffmpeg patch itself. Can you resend
> i've enabled ALL the configure options supported in kdenlive (in OPTIONS,
> obviously), and it's working fine. maybe some check is required for the
> replace actions, but they seem to work
> attached you find:
> - the port .tar.gz
> - the .diff between the actual port and the new one
> - the patches to build libquicktime and blender (as an example)
> and here you find the distfile:
Again thanks for doing this work.
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