[ATrpms-devel] Re: Transcode
Axel.Thimm at atrpms.net
Mon Aug 1 12:33:36 CEST 2005
On Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 07:04:14AM -0300, Paulo Cavalcanti wrote:
> > > it does compile.
> > The transcode specfile contains a fix like
> > grep -rl '<quicktime/' . | xargs perl -pi -e's,<quicktime/,<lqt/,g'
> > Isn't that enough?
> libquicktime is disabled in atrpms spec.
> And it does not compile if you just enable it.
> Freshrpms use the link in its libquicktime spec.
Perhaps the fix above is not yet covering everything, but it would be
nicer to fix transcode than to enforce legacy bits into libquicktime
(i.e. if the upstream authors decide to no support backward
compatibility, I wouldn't want to rectify it. Imagine an application
probing for libquicktime and having diofferent build paths dependending
on where the headers were found).
transcode would have to fix its include patchs anyway in the future
and we wouldn't have to rebuild two packages (one for transcode and
one for libquicktime to remove our backward compatibility wrapper).
> > > Using perl-Video-DVDRip-0.52.5-1.1.fc1.fr for testing (I'd like to see
> > > it in atrpms also),
> > Are you volunteering for maintaining it? :)
> This is an easy one. I can adapt the spec and post in the list.
> Another one I would also like to see is bittorrent.
> I have stable version, 4.02, and the testing one, 4.1,
> working. I put in the spec
> %define __python python24
> to force python 24, but it is clearly not your way.
In ATrpms, if you BuildRequire: python >= 2.4 it's enough.
> bittorrent downloads faster than mldonkey. Of course one has to find
> an appropriate torrent. It is great for downloading linux iso's by the
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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