[vlc-devel] Compiling the new contribs
funman at videolan.org
Thu Feb 9 01:36:49 CET 2012
Le 2012-02-08 19:39, Juha Jeronen a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I'm currently finishing my Finnish translation update for VLC 2.0. So I
> grabbed the new version for testing the translation, and thought I'd get
> back to doing some development after I'm done. In particular, I have an
> idea for a dynamic range compression algorithm for audio, which might or
> might not work (so I'll be trying it out).
> At this point I have a practical question - what is the correct way to
> compile the new contribs? I'd like to update the wiki about this, since
> it's not yet documented.
Depends for which OS.
> I've already compiled a working VLC 2.1-git successfully, but I suspect
> the contrib binaries are perhaps not supposed to go right into the
> source tree so I must be doing something wrong :P
> What I did was
> cd contrib/src
Since you don't specify a host I assume it's for native linux
compilation (not cross).
> make ffmpeg x264
Then you just need a '.' prefix to those targets -> make .ffmpeg .x264
Or if you have a multicore: make -jN .ffmpeg .x264
> ...and then bootstrap, configure and compile VLC.
> Can anyone help on what I should have done differently in the contrib
> update phase, in order to do it correctly? :)
> P.S. Anime DVD playback still works after the update to Rincewind. Good! :P
> P.P.S. Additional packages needed on Debian squeeze, on top of the
> previous ones: libgnomevfs2-dev and libspeexdsp-dev. Furthermore, the
> yasm (for compiling ffmpeg) in the squeeze repo is too old (newer
> Debians... Debii... De... what's the plural? are fine), but it was an
> easy compile (and checkinstall) to upgrade to the latest one.
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