OK, following Wolfgang's email in opensuse-factory I changed my
home:RedDwarf/gecko-mediaplayer package to BuildRequire
pkgconfig(npapi-sdk). Not surprisingly the configure script fails to
detect it... surprisingly it tries the compilation anyway, but it
fails since it can not find the headers.
So, what's the proposed plan? Are distributions supposed to patch
plugins as gecko-mediaplayer? It doesn't make a lot of sense to submit
the patch upstream if each distribution is going to use a different
name for the .pc file and put the headers in a different directory.
Shouldn't http://code.google.com/p/npapi-sdk/ provide the .pc file and
an installer so it's standardized?
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