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|25 Apr 2014 12:46:46
Bump portrevision after changes in gstreamer-plugins master port
Fix gstreamer-plugins-bad after changes in the master port
|01 Nov 2013 22:14:08
Stagify Gstreamer ports.
Fix build of gstreamer and gstreamer1 with glib 2.38.x .
Update gstreamer and gstreamer-plugins to new rules, USES=gmake pathfix,
new LIB_DEPENDS syntax.
Only pull in flex if base version is too old.
Be more selective for which OSVERSIONS we need gcc due to the clang bug.
Obtained from: Gstreamer upstream 
|20 Sep 2013 17:04:44
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
devel part 2)
|11 May 2009 14:49:30
Update to 0.10.23.
|28 Jan 2009 14:44:38
Fix packaging for plugins.
Pointed out by: Géraud CONTINSOUZAS geraud at gcu dot nfo
Jan Hendrik Sylvester me at janh dot de
|10 Oct 2008 09:05:21
Update to 0.10.21.
Depend on neon 28 unless neon 26 is installed.
Approved by: maintainer (ahze)
|06 Jun 2008 13:21:59
Bump portrevision due to upgrade of devel/gettext.
The affected ports are the ones with gettext as a run-dependency
according to ports/INDEX-7 (5007 of them) and the ones with USE_GETTEXT
in Makefile (29 of them).
Submitted by: edwin@
Approved by: portmgr (pav)
|11 May 2008 02:24:23
Fix the error in runtime like this:
/usr/local/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstgio.so: Undefined symbol
Bump the PORTREVISION.
Approved by: marcus (multimedia hat)
|24 Mar 2008 03:50:55
The FreeBSD GNOME team is proud to annunce the release of GNOME 2.22.0 for
FreeBSD. The official GNOME 2.22 release notes can be found at
http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.22/ . On the FreeBSD front,
this release features an updated hal port with support for video4linux
devices, DRM (Direct Rendering), and better support of removable media. Work
is also underway to tie webkit more closely into GNOME. As part of the
GNOME 2.22 upgrade, GStreamer received a rather large upgrade as well.
Be sure to consult UPDATING on the proper steps to upgrade all of your
This release would not have been possible without the contributions and
testing efforts of the following people:
Peter Ulrich Kruppa
J. W. Ballantine