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Re: [Gnash-dev] pre-release testing

From: annonygmouse
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] pre-release testing
Date: Sat, 07 Oct 2006 19:55:40 +0200
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Rob Savoye wrote:
Since it appears that as of this morning (thank you Tomas and Udo) Gnash
now has working support for the last two things on the release
shortlist. So at this point I'd like to ask the folks with various
distributions and architectures help us test CVS so we can make the
appropriate portability changes before launching off on getting the next
release out the door.

I'm primarily interested in 64 bit platforms and the BSDs, since I
believe most of the Gnash developers are mainly x86-Linux based. I don't
 believe we need to test the framebuffer support directly, just make
sure the existing OpenGL/SDL/GTK/KDE support still works.

I assume there will be issues with the new Boost, AGG, and ffmpeg config
macros as they get tested on various platforms, so this is the time to
find out.

The GTK version with gst audio works on my Debian unstable after
last update from CVS (10 minutes ago).

I sent you a new icon for gnash, isn't what you expected or it got lost
between your emails?

Kind regards

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