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Re: [opensuse-factory] Proposal for gstreamer
On 01/31/2011 01:51 PM, Vincent Untz wrote:
Le lundi 31 janvier 2011, à 13:23 +0200, Dave Plater a écrit :

On 01/31/2011 12:21 PM, Vincent Untz wrote:

Le lundi 31 janvier 2011, à 11:54 +0200, Dave Plater a écrit :

gst-rstp should move to kde4 where it's cousins python-gstreamer live
and an up to date gstreamer should normally be found.

I'm not quite sure why you want to move to KDE projects packages that
are maintained by the GNOME team ;-) More seriously: gst-rtsp extends
gstreamer, so it should really just live with gstreamer, imho.

Note that if you prefer to ignore gstreamer when maintaining m:l, it's
fine: at least the GNOME team is actively maintaining the packages for
Factory, and various other people have contributed to it in the past (to
fix issues on older distributions, or to build new plugins, eg).

I've noticed that you maintain them, tell me why does
python-gstreamer-0_10 live in kde4?

No idea. I believe various packages are linked in the KDE projects,
because they are needed for backports, so that could explain it.

gst-rstp should be with it in gnome as it depends on at least one
gnome package and afaics no kde specific ones, if it's needed
specifically for kde4 then kde4 should link to it.

I guess you mean vala, gobject-introspection or python-gobject? Why is
it bad?

btw I've just updated plugins-bad, I'll put instructions in the spec
file on how to use the pre_checkin.

Cool, thanks!


Well not really it's not building :-( :-

Which I'm looking into before I take them off the files list, there were
a few extra source directories to examine and add to the allowed list.
Good and ugly plugins also have updates waiting in line. A good chance
for me to get to know gstreamer.

Dave P
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