[Libav-user] configure script fails for cross-compiling
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Wed Feb 6 00:51:49 CET 2013
Vikas Sawant <vsawant at ...> writes:
> As with –disable-everything, we only need a
> limited set of audio codecs such as WMA and
> none of the video codecs.
Understood, I just would have imagined you first
want to compile everything and then disable what
you don't need, but this is of course possible.
Regarding your problems with arm asm: I cannot
really help you, but I know that --disable-asm
is not the right answer.
You could look at http://fate.ffmpeg.org/
There are some configure lines for arm that
may help you finding the problem.
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