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Sun, 22 Mar 2015
[ 13:22 olgeni ] Original commit 
381910 deskutils/docear/pkg-descr
381910 devel/csoap/pkg-descr
381910 games/xbattle/pkg-descr
381910 graphics/whirlgif/pkg-descr
381910 misc/metromap/pkg-descr
381910 misc/whichman/pkg-descr
381910 multimedia/smpeg2/pkg-descr
381910 net/exabgp/pkg-descr
381910 net/tableutil/pkg-descr
381910 sysutils/bontmia/pkg-descr

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Fix minor typos in pkg-descr files.
Tue, 12 Nov 2013
[ 20:10 mva ] Original commit 
333613 multimedia/Makefile
333613 multimedia/smpeg2
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/Makefile
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/distinfo
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/files
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/files/patch-Makefile.in
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/pkg-descr
333613 multimedia/smpeg2/pkg-plist
Version 2 of the smpeg library.

SMPEG is a free MPEG1 video player library with sound support.  Video playback
is based on the ubiquitous Berkeley MPEG player, mpeg_play v2.2.  Audio is
played through a slightly modified mpegsound library, part of Splay v0.8.2.
SMPEG supports MPEG audio (MP3), MPEG-1 video, and MPEG system streams.

plaympeg is simple video players provided to test the library.  The C library
interface is 'documented' in smpeg.h, and the C++ library interface is spread
out over the MPEG*.h files.

This is a work in progress.  Only 16 or 32 bit color depth is supported.
The player will dynamically conver to other color depths, but playback
will be much faster if your display is already set to 16 bit color depth.

WWW: http://icculus.org/smpeg/

PR:		ports/183360
Submitted by:	Vladimir Kondratiev <wulf@corp.infotel.ru>

Number of commits found: 2

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