[gst-devel] RE: Win 32 build of 0.8.3
rbultje at ronald.bitfreak.net
Thu Jun 10 08:27:08 CEST 2004
GStreamer creates a registry by running gst-register.
On Thu, 10 Jun 2004, Marc VanDaele wrote:
> Today, I hardly made any progress, mainly because my lack of the gst
> Can somebody explain in a few words how eg fakesrc should end up in the
> Should gst-inspect detect it automatically (based on some environment
> or should I call gst-register first?
> In the latter case, should I register fakesrc or the corresponding plugin
> I did modify the .defs files located in C:\gstreamer\gstreamer\win32, added
> DATA where needed
> and added __declspec(dllimport) to the extern declarations as indicated in a
> previous mail.
> This resulted in a working "gst-inspect bin" (didn't work correctly
> Right now, I assume that glib-2.0.dll might also be built with an incorrect
> .def file.
> 1) The error
> (process:1500): GLib-CRITICAL **: file gutils.c: line 501: assertion
> != NULL' failed
> at startup is also underneath a glib call (g_get_home_dir in gst.c).
> 2) In addition, when calling gst-register, I now get a crash in the
> dir = g_dir_open (dirname, 0, NULL);
> after executing
> dir =
> g_build_filename ((const char *) iter->data, "register-scripts",
> because there exists no ./register-scripts
> Both seem to indicate that the file-related functions in Glib don't function
> correctly, possibly because of an incorrect .def file (or because of missing
> environment variables?)
> Hope this helps,
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