[vlc] Re: Compiling to Windows CE
c00jz3r0 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 16:01:35 CET 2007
Just one more information
This is part of INSTALL.wince:
Depending on your needs you will have to compile/install some or all of
They can be found here (source code):
We also provide a package with all the libraries already compiled so it is
actually really easy to compile a full-featured version of vlc:
out fo more recent versions at the same location).
All you need to do is extract it in your root directory (the include files
and libraries will be put in /usr/local/wince/contrib-xscale).
You can do this with the following command:
tar xjvf contrib-20050220-wince-xscale-bin.tar.bz2 -C /
I'm using the .bz2 that has all the libraries need compiled... I though it
was easy that way...
On 1/11/07, Cool_Zer0 <c00jz3r0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for replying.
> You make me lost :(
> Can you explain me how to apply that patch and how can I get the version
> that the patch applies to?
> Pierre ROULLET wrote:
> > the best is to restart from the patch
> > and recompile it
> > Cool_Zer0 a écrit :
> >> Hi there,
> >> I'm trying to compile VLC to Windows CE platform because I'm
> >> interested in knowing how do you compile FFMPEG to that platform.
> >> I'm following the guide on
> >> http://trac.videolan.org/vlc/browser/trunk/INSTALL.wince.
> >> When I'm making ./configure the following warnings appear:
> >> (...)
> >> checking for ffmpeg-config... no
> >> checking for libavcodec... Package libavcodec was not found in the
> >> pkg-config search path.
> >> Perhaps you should add the directory containing `libavcodec.pc'
> >> to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
> >> No package 'libavcodec' found
> >> checking ffmpeg/avcodec.h usability... no
> >> checking ffmpeg/avcodec.h presence... no
> >> checking for ffmpeg/avcodec.h... no
> >> configure: error: Missing header file ffmpeg/avcodec.h.
> >> [vlc-0.8.6]#
> >> That are other warnings related to pkg_config_path.
> >> I've been looking and I don't have any libavcodec.pc
> >> I've used the contrib-tools available somewhere on VLC site.
> >> Can anyone help me?
> >> Thanks
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