[Libav-user] Reference app with ffmpeg n1.2 libs that works on IOS ?

Lars Hammarstrand lars.hammarstrand at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 14:52:23 CEST 2013

2013/4/3 Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at>

> Lars Hammarstrand <lars.hammarstrand at ...> writes:
> > Ok, can you please confirm I'm at the correct starting point:
> >
> > $ git bisect good 3c5fe5b
> Only you can answer if 3c5fe5b works ok, if it does,
> please test a1bcc76.

My fault, sorry I was unclear:

   a) Does commit nr "3c5fe5b" correspond to 0.10.2.
   b) I'm just curious but where and how do you manage to "dig out" that

> (In case this is not obvious: Because of the
> peculiarities of the FFmpeg project, your
> script may save you some time but will not
> work the way you are used to from other git
> repositories, I therefore suggest manual
> compilation.)

I understand. I'll try the manual way with the three commits you suggested.

> If compilation really takes >10minutes, you can
> try the following configure line with current
> git head:
> $ ./configure --disable-everything --enable-protocol=file
> --enable-demuxer=mov --enable-parser=h264 --enable-decoder=h264
> (You of course have to add the cross-compilation options.)
> This assumes your crashing test file is a mov file,
> adapt the --enable-demuxer entry in case it is not.
> You can also test --disable-optimizations, this speeds
> compilation up significantly but may hide the bug: It
> is probably ok in your case but who knows.
> (This will work even less with a script because some
> revisions will need additional --enable-* options to
> succeed compilation.)
Exactly what I was looking for, thank you!
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