[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] configure: deprecate libpostproc and pp filter

Josh de Kock josh at itanimul.li
Fri Apr 27 02:30:34 EEST 2018

On 2018/04/27 0:15, James Almer wrote:
> On 4/26/2018 8:08 PM, Josh de Kock wrote:
>> The postproc library is only used in a single filter, so should be moved into the filter itself if the filter was to stay, but the filter has all of its internal filters now in lavfi itself. (Also it's a bit weird to have a separate library of filters which is used in a filter in the filter library).
> If libpostproc can't be merged into the filter (or nobody bothers to do
> it), then it could be moved to a separate repository, much like the
> nvidia headers.

This is another 'solution', though I think it would just be better to 
redirect users to existing equivalent functionality in lavfi itself (see 
my other mail replying to carl).

>> [...]
>>   enabled threads && ! enabled pthreads && ! enabled atomics_native && die "non pthread threading without atomics not supported, try adding --enable-pthreads or --cpu=i486 or higher if you are on x86"
>>   enabled avresample && warn "Building with deprecated library libavresample"
>> +enabled postproc && warn "Building with deprecated library libpostproc"
>> +enabled pp_filter && warn "Building with deprecated filter pp"
> Superfluous warning, the first one is enough. You don't see a warning
> for resample_filter below the one for libavresample.

Fair, I had it like that initially, was unsure if they should be separate.

>>   if test $target_os = "haiku"; then
>>       disable memalign


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