[gst-devel] windows? wxPython

Christian F.K. Schaller christian at fluendo.com
Thu Apr 26 19:04:06 CEST 2007

Hi Ken,
The application that is blazing the path in terms of GStreamer usage on
Windows and MacOS X is Songbird (www.songbirdnest.com) which will be
using GStreamer on all three platforms in their upcoming versions.

The windows port is maintained by us at Fluendo (www.fluendo.com) and
our developer hosts his own repository of binaries which can be found

We will try to get that moved onto gstreamer.freedesktop.org at some

I don't know if any wxPython application uses GStreamer, but there are a
lot of pyGTK applications using it.


On Thu, 2007-04-26 at 09:24 -0700, Ken Seehart wrote:
> I know that gstreamer is supposed to be multi-platform, but is anyone 
> /really/ using it for apps that /really/ run on Windows?  wxPython in 
> particular?  Unfortunately, there still seems to be a windows market out 
> there that I'm not allowed to ignore.
> Hint: if the distribution of the user application is a tarball, and 
> windows binaries are not provided, and windows build instructions are 
> omitted or accompanied by a warning of some kind, I generally assume 
> that windows is not being targeted.
> - Ken
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