[Libav-user] Compile FFmpeg Examples via Eclipse under Windows
sunrisecoder at gmail.com
Sat Jan 18 13:49:45 EET 2020
Thank You, but it seems, this link is a bit outdated (2007)...
Well, I think, now the most problem is that I don't know "*WHAT*" should I
do rather than "*HOW*" to do it...
I mean, the problem is *NOT* to find in the Eclipse, where is it in the
*Menu*, but what kind of *Command* do I need as the *Result *to *Compile *and
*Link* the project...
Could anyone tell me, please, how could I Compile these Examples under the
Windows just with Console and MinGW (without Eclipse first)?
Then maybe I'll be able to understand, what do I need and then what should
I pass to Eclipse...
сб, 18 янв. 2020 г. в 14:35, Strahinja Radman <dr.strashni at gmail.com>:
> On Sat, Jan 18, 2020 at 11:48 AM Alexander Gribanov <
> sunrisecoder at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thank You very much, but I'm not sure, which command You mean... Compiler
>> or linker command?
>> I have tried this, but still, it doesn't work... Any ideas about how to
>> compile it or maybe there is documentation on how to build the *Examples*
> Found this info on the net:
> Here are steps to add an external library
> 1) in Properties>>C/C++ Build>>Settings>>GCC C++ Compiler >> Includes you
> must add the include path for the external library (where the header
> reside). This information is needed by the Eclipse indexer (code completion
> etc.) and the compiler
> 2) Properties>>C/C++ Build>>Settings>>GCC C++ Linker >> Libraries you must
> add the library search path (option -L) and the library you want to link
> against (option -l). This info is needed for the linker. --
> Not sure I can be of further help, sorry
> Strahinja Radman
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