[Ffmpeg-devel] ffmpeg build patches

Nikns Siankin nikns
Fri Dec 8 16:48:26 CET 2006

On Fri, Dec 08, 2006 at 03:46:50PM -0000, M??ns Rullg??rd wrote:
>Nikns Siankin said:
>> On Fri, Dec 08, 2006 at 02:15:24PM -0000, M??ns Rullg??rd wrote:
>>>Diego Biurrun said:
>>>> On Fri, Dec 08, 2006 at 03:47:38PM +0200, Nikns Siankin wrote:
>>>>> Updating OpenBSD ffmpeg port, I have made patches which could be
>>>>> commited into ffmpeg project.
>>>>>  if test "$memalign" = "no" -a "$mmx" = "yes" -a \
>>>>>          "$memalign_hack" != "yes" -a "$targetos" != "Darwin" -a \
>>>>> -        "$targetos" != "FreeBSD" ; then
>>>>> +        "$targetos" != "FreeBSD" -a "$targetos" != "OpenBSD"; then
>>>>>      die "Error, no memalign() but SSE enabled, disable it or use
>>>>> --enable-memalign-hack."
>>>>>  fi
>>>> Probably OK.
>>>It is probably OK in the sense that the end result is correct.  It is
>>>not OK in the sense that those lines are turning into a right mess.  This
>>>is through no fault of the patch author, but it is the case.  I suggest we
>>>add a need_memalign variable that is set appropriately in the various OS
>>>sections instead.
>>>The patch can be applied for now though.
>> What about first two snippets?
>The first is wrong, as Diego said.  The second is good, if that's how
>shared libs should be named on OpenBSD.

Why should we have lib/pkgconfig/libswscaler.pc
if we don't build that library?

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