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Re: [Gnash-dev] Gstreamer install tip (was: libtool and dependencies pol
Re: [Gnash-dev] Gstreamer install tip (was: libtool and dependencies pollution)
Sat, 29 Jul 2006 17:00:45 +0200
[still answering myself, but better share]
I realized that the problem is really in Gnash, not debian or glib, as
gstreamer actually builds linking against the 2.8 version of glib.
A Gstreamer developer suggested to *not* use glib 2.6 as it's buggy
and would break gstreamer full functionality, so we're back to fixing
Gnash build scripts.
So, I'll go back under the fire and let you know .
PS: I started commenting out AM_LDFLAGS in Makefile.ams for executable,
the rationale is keeping LIBS as strict as possible and let .la files
encode dependencies. This would simplify maintainance (for example
changing order of PACKAGE_LIBS in only one or two places rather
then in all Makefile.ams)
On Sat, Jul 29, 2006 at 03:53:34PM +0200, strk wrote:
> It seems that two glib-2.0 installation are not really able
> to live togheter on the same host, so I took another path.
> I think it's worth mentioning here so other people willing
> to stick to debian stable don't have to suffer the pain I did :)
> gstreamer-0.10.4 is known to work fine with glib-2.0 version 2.6.
> I haven't tested 0.10.5 but chances are it will work too
> (if anybody does please report).
> Debian stable comes with glib version 2.6.
> Later gstreamer releases will require 2.8 and that's hell.