[Kdenlive-devel] About Kdenlive build wizard

Dan Dennedy dan at dennedy.org
Mon Nov 24 07:38:12 UTC 2008

On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 11:24 PM, Mads Bondo Dydensborg
<mads at dydensborg.dk> wrote:
> All ffmpeg options are like that. If you have a reliable way of detecting the
> presences of a library let me know. Please note that is has to be reasonably
> quick, so e.g. compiling a program against the lib is a no-go.

You can check the return code of 'pkg-config libfaac' for most libs
because the build requires the results of pkg-config.

>> (frei0r test might also be nice? or "kitchen sink" effect? :)
> I am seriously considering adding frei0r compilation and installation to the
> wizard as an optional feature. How would that be?
>> and "mad" package on my system has libmad.pc, not mad.pc
>> (still to see whether it's a problem for kdenlive itself).
> Sigh. I thought I had that nailed, but debian has mad.pc, OpenSUSE has
> nothing, and your distro (which one?) has libmac.pc...

Uh, what is mad for? ffmpeg uses LAME/libmp3lame. I do not have a .pc
file on my system for lame.


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