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Re: [Gnash] working plugin checked in

From: Mike Zupan
Subject: Re: [Gnash] working plugin checked in
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 13:46:36 -0500

seems the configure script or such is not finding the real path to
libvorbis.. i'm running centos 4.2

address@hidden log]# rpm -ql libvorbis

for some reason it almost seems its hardcoded to look in /usr/local
for it when I don't have anything in /usr/local.. my configure script
just used --prefix=/usr in it

/home/mzupan/gnash/libbase/ -L/usr/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib
/usr/local/lib/ /usr/local/lib/
/usr/local/lib/ /usr/local/lib/ -lX11 -lXext -ldl
-lpthread -lrt '

On 3/30/06, Rob Savoye <address@hidden> wrote:
> Unit3 wrote:
> > How do I tell?
>    Actually that's easy. The SDL version doesn't support the right mouse
> button
> menu, only the GTK version does.
> >> This will potentially make a difference. Does it work for any Flash
> >> movie, or does it fail for all of them ?
>    Gnash plays over 60% of the movies I've collected off the net. Right
> now I've been web surfing with the plugin enabled and haven't had a
> single problem with the movies playing correctly.
> > I haven't seen one work yet in the browser. Can you recommend the
> > simplest test example that's included in the CVS tree, and I'll check
> > that in the browser?
>   I'm going to add a "test page" to the Gnash web site for this purpose,
> but any of the movies in gnash/testsuite should also be good for testing.
> > entry is "Started thread for Flash movie /tmp/welcome.swf", but if I
> > look at the process listing, I see this:
> >
> > 17094 ?        Sl     1:02 /usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin -a firefox
> > 25740 ?        Z      0:00  \_ [gnash] <defunct>
>    Arg... I think I know the problem. Like a moron, I checked in a
> hardcoded path "/usr/local/bin/gnash" in plugin.cpp, so I guess the
> player isn't starting cause the path is wrong. I just made this path
> based on the $exec_prefix instead, so the plugin will look where ever
> Gnash got installed.
> > Also, as a side note, is there a plan to have a menu option in the GTK
> > version to enable antialiasing? Things are quite chunky looking without
>    It should be turned on by default, maybe it broke. I can add a menu
> option for this and try it.
>         - rob -
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