[FFmpeg-devel] git master shows "0.8" instead of "0.9"
david at davidfavor.com
Wed Jan 25 16:17:59 CET 2012
Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 08:41:19AM -0600, David Favor wrote:
>> Issuing the commands...
>> git clone git://git.videolan.org/ffmpeg.git ffmpeg.git
>> cd ffmpeg.git
>> git describe
>> shows the output:
>> n0.8-6207-g668494a (notice the embedded "0.8")
> ./version.sh should produce a nicer version
> i guess there was a minor commit before the tag on the 0.9 branch
> which convinces describe to pick 0.8 ...
>> I was expecting to see something like "0.9" or "0.9.1"
>> as this is the latest release.
>> Let me know if there's another command to access the
>> "0.9.x" branch.
> checkout release/0.9
Apologies for simplistic questions...
So "git clone git://git.videolan.org/ffmpeg.git ffmpeg.git" points
to master... yes?
So if I understand, when version 0.9.2 releases, this will simply
merge the master, yes?
And to use version.sh, looks like something like this is correct usage:
for lib in lib* ; do [ -d $lib ] || continue ; echo -n "$lib: "; ./version.sh $lib ; done
So if I understand, './version.sh libavcodec' returns the version
for ffmpeg as a whole?
So today's version is ffmpeg-N-37142-g668494a?
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