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Number of commits found: 7
Fri, 2 May 2014
[ 14:16 tijl ] |
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Convert graphics/sdl_gfx to USES=libtool. Also set USE_AUTOTOOLS because
upstream forgot to regenerate the build scripts. This makes the build use
the correct version information and causes a library version bump. Use
this opportunity to use USES=libtool instead of USES=libtool:oldver.
Bump PORTREVISION on all dependent ports and convert them to USES=libtool
where needed. Also use USES=(gmake, pathfix, tar) and new LIB_DEPENDS
syntax here and there.
- Option helpers.
- Use dirrmtry for locale directories.
- Staging.(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
Wed, 16 Oct 2013
[ 13:06 wg ] |
multimedia/gmerlin-avdecoder: fix pkg-plist
- Fix pkg-plist with non-default options
- Fix detection of libs
Wed, 10 Aug 2011
[ 14:30 ehaupt ] |
Update to 1.1.0
Submitted by: KATO Tsuguru <email@example.com>
Thu, 21 Jul 2011
[ 23:07 db ] |
- Update to 1.1.0 unbreaking port
- from Jan 8 2011 News for 1.0.0
This release brings support for compressed streams in the transcoder,
configuration presets and lots of minor improvements and fixes.
As far as major features are concerned, the gmerlin suite is now finished.
Future developments will mostly concentrate on bugfixes. There are some
ideas for new features, but no concrete plans.
Wed, 12 Aug 2009
[ 03:23 amdmi3 ] |
- Update to 1.0.1
Submitted by: Martin Matuska <mm@FreeBSD.org>
Sun, 9 Nov 2008
[ 21:31 amdmi3 ] |
- Add support for gmerlin
- Minor fixes
Fri, 7 Nov 2008
[ 19:51 amdmi3 ] |
Gmerlin_avdecoder is a general purpose media decoding library. It
was written as a support library for gmerlin, but it can also be
used by other applications. You don't even need gmerlin installed,
only gavl. Most of it was written completely from scratch, but the
sourcetrees of some other great software packages were used as
reference documentation. Credits go to the authors of Xine, MPlayer,
quicktime4linux and ffmpeg.
Gmerlin_avdecoder is one of the most complete general purpose media
decoding libraries. The supported formats and codecs span a wide
range of applications from consumer level (mp3, divx etc.) to high
end production formats like 32 bit PCM and some professional
uncompressed video codecs.
Using gmerlin_avdecoder in your playback for transcoding application
means rock solid media format support with an ever growing list of
supported codecs and formats.
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