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Re: [Gnash-dev] Nice Work

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Nice Work
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2007 07:38:15 +0200

You could use 'dpkg', for more info 'man dpkg'

//Markus - with insomnia ;)

On 25 Aug, 2007, at 19:32 , Michael Koonce wrote:

Hello Udo,

Looks like OpenGL v1.2.  Here is the output from gnash -v:

address@hidden:~/Desktop$ gnash -v sample1.swf
27152] 12:14:51: Verbose output turned on
27152] 12:14:51: No rendering flags specified, using rcfile
27152] 12:14:51: DEBUG: virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::init(int, char***)
27152] 12:14:51: OpenGL extension version - 1.2
27152] 12:14:51: Got double-buffered visual.
27152] 12:14:52: Created top level window
27152] 12:14:52: DEBUG: virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::createMenu() enter
27152] 12:14:52: DEBUG: virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::setupEvents() enter
27152] 12:14:52: DEBUG: static gboolean
gnash::GtkGui::realize_event(GtkWidget*, GdkEvent*, void*) enter
27152] 12:14:52: Base url set to: file:///home/mike/Desktop/ sample1.swf
27152] 12:14:52: Movie file:///home/mike/Desktop/sample1.swf (SWF4)
added to library
27152] 12:14:52: DEBUG: virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::createWindow(int,
int) enter
27152] 12:14:52: DEBUG: virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::run() enter
27152] 12:14:52: fs_callback(0x101f3b00): fas.avclip.xy 83,64
27152] 12:14:52: fs_callback(0x101f3b00): fas.avclip.load baby.mpg

I tried to install your latest snapshot, but could not resolve the
dependency for Boost.  I have used "sudo apt-get install
libboost-thread-dev", but only get the following:

libboost-thread-dev is already the newest version.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

According to Synaptic Package Manager I have version 1.33.1-9ubuntu3
installed.  Are you all using a beta version of libboost-thread-dev?

Thanks for the help!


On Sat, 2007-08-25 at 11:52 +0200, Udo Giacomozzi wrote:
Hello Michael,

Saturday, August 25, 2007, 6:58:05 AM, you wrote:
MK> Nice work getting gnash to work in Firefox.... well mostly. I am using MK> a PS3 with Ubuntu installed. You're plugin works on YouTube kind-of. I MK> get thin horizontal white lines at the left 1/4th of the video (see
MK> attachment)

Is this using OpenGL renderer? Please post output of "gnash -V".


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