[Kdenlive-devel] KDE-digest, Binaries and Logo
Mads Bondo Dydensborg
mads at dydensborg.dk
Tue Nov 4 09:03:21 UTC 2008
tirsdag 04 November 2008 skrev opensourcecat:
> >On Tuesday 04 November 2008 09:12:54 Bugs Bane wrote:
> > n that note, when 0.7 is released it would be great to have average
> > users be able to try it. The builder Wizard is a huge help here
> > (*thankyou Mads!*), but is still a bit intimidating compared to
> > installing a deb / rpm. Packaging .debs and .rpm's though seems to be
> > a steep, slow learning curve. I was looking around though and came
> > across 0install. It looks like it could be useful as:
> the 0install thing is really interesting.
Yes, but it will take someone some time to get it to work.
> Another chance can be openSUSE build service wich creates for you packages
> openSUSE, *buntu and fedora.
I had a look at it a while ago, but ...
> With build service you can create a repo containing all the needs for
> like ffmpeg and mlt wich aren't often updated by distros
... ffmpeg is explicitly a package they will not allow:
You could still build, of course, mlt and mlt++, but I am unsure about the
deps you would need to put into the packages.
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