[MPlayer-DOCS] r28419 - trunk/DOCS/xml/en/ports.xml

diego subversion at mplayerhq.hu
Sun Feb 1 12:15:18 CET 2009

Author: diego
Date: Sun Feb  1 12:15:18 2009
New Revision: 28419

Remove remarks about GNU Make being required on some systems.
GNU Make 3.81 or later is required everywhere.


Modified: trunk/DOCS/xml/en/ports.xml
--- trunk/DOCS/xml/en/ports.xml	Sun Feb  1 11:44:04 2009	(r28418)
+++ trunk/DOCS/xml/en/ports.xml	Sun Feb  1 12:15:18 2009	(r28419)
@@ -110,11 +110,6 @@ available that are probably easier to us
-To build <application>MPlayer</application> you will need GNU make
-(gmake - native BSD make will not work) and a recent version of binutils.
 If <application>MPlayer</application> complains about not finding
 <filename>/dev/cdrom</filename> or <filename>/dev/dvd</filename>,
 create an appropriate symbolic link:
@@ -223,17 +218,6 @@ installed.
-To build the package you will need GNU <application>make</application>
-(<filename>gmake</filename>, <filename>/opt/sfw/gmake</filename>), native
-Solaris make will not work. Typical error you get when building with
-Solaris' make instead of GNU make:
-% /usr/ccs/bin/make
-make: Fatal error in reader: Makefile, line 25: Unexpected end of line seen
 On Solaris SPARC, you need the GNU C/C++ Compiler; it does not matter if
 GNU C/C++ compiler is configured with or without the GNU assembler.
@@ -378,7 +362,7 @@ work out of the box. The following infor
-You need GCC 3.4.0 or later, GNU make 3.80 or later and SDL 1.2.7 or later.
+You need GCC 3.4.0 or later and SDL 1.2.7 or later.
 HP cc will not produce a working program, prior GCC versions are buggy.
 For OpenGL functionality you need to install Mesa and the gl and gl2 video
 output drivers should work, speed may be very bad, depending on the CPU speed,
@@ -490,13 +474,6 @@ or if you are building on POWER5, GCC 4.
-Ensure that you are using GNU make
-(<filename>/opt/freeware/bin/gmake</filename>) to build
-<application>MPlayer</application>, as you will encounter problems if
-you use <filename>/usr/ccs/bin/make</filename>.
 CPU detection is still a work in progress.
 The following architectures have been tested:

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