[FFmpeg-user] Build LGPL version of FFmpeg for Windows
Michael.Raab at iff.fraunhofer.de
Mon Nov 5 15:48:49 CET 2012
> Von: Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at>
> An: ffmpeg-user at ffmpeg.org
> Datum: 05.11.2012 10:54
> Betreff: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Build LGPL version of FFmpeg for Windows
> Gesendet von: ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org
> Michael Raab <Michael.Raab <at> iff.fraunhofer.de> writes:
> > Neither static nor dynamic compilation works.
> > I tried to step back to the previous git commit.
> The usual suggestion would be not to step back
> but to update to current git head.
> (Is this really different for your internal
> software? Hard to understand.)
You're absolutely right. It was just a try as I'm getting more and more
> > There it compiles longer
> > but results in a crash of c99conv.exe.
> > Here's the last output:
> > CC libavcodec/indeo3.o
> > indeo3.c
> > Assertion failed: struct_array_lists[saidx].array_depth > 0 || j <
> > structs[struct_array_lists[saidx].struct_decl_idx].n_entries, file
> > convert.c, line 2164
> > As far as I unterstand you're periodically
> > automatically building msvc builds of ffmpeg
> > (unfortunately GPL versions).
> If you think GPL makes a difference for your
> compilation (it certainly doesn't, it just adds
> a few filters), add --enable-gpl for testing.
--enable-gpl does not make any difference..
> > Which code base/repository are you using?
> Didn't I already link to http://fate.ffmpeg.org/ ?
> It contains all information afaict.
http://fate.ffmpeg.org/ does not tell me which git repository it uses..
I pulled the current code from git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git
I'm absolutely not sure what may be different between the fate report and
my local configuration..
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