[FFmpeg-devel] check Libraries before compiling!?
Tue Nov 20 11:23:59 CET 2007
On Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 10:36:35AM +0100, Ramon Hackbarth wrote:
> Am 20.11.2007 um 10:31 schrieb Diego Biurrun:
> > On Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 10:23:03AM +0100, Nico Sabbi wrote:
> >> Il Tuesday 20 November 2007 10:19:03 Ramon Hackbarth ha scritto:
> >>> yesterday I compiled ffmpeg with AAC decoders, everything worked
> >>> fine I thought, but AAC decoders didn't work even they were
> >>> compiled and - I thought - also working. It was the newest FAAD
> >>> Library which depends on a newer libc6 version, which wasn't
> >>> installed. I installed a newer libc6 version (and libfaad 2.6), but
> >>> afterwards I had some problems and reinstalled the old version of
> >>> libc6, but I left libfaad 2.6 (which doesn't work without newest
> >>> libc6).
> >>> Is it maybe possible to include a function which checks also if the
> >>> library is working and not just if it's existing?
> >> congratulations for having hijacked a thread! this is a particularly
> >> beloved practice here, indeed!!!!!!!!!!!!
> >> Go on this way, and don't forget to top-post in all your replies
> > You forgot that he is posting to the wrong mailing list. Of course
> > this
> > is no surprise from a thread hijacker..
> Hey... it seems just normal to behave like Nico Sobbi...
Is it normal to disregard the mailing list rules and the netiquette like
> I think
> adding a function (or fixing a bug!?) is a developer question... what
> should just normal user answer to my question? "Yes, nice function,
> add it" or "Not necessary!" ?! Think about that, guys....
FFmpeg is a set of programming libraries, hence its users are
programmers. Any such "normal user" should be plenty capable of
answering your question.
If you have a patch for the problem you describe, post here,
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