[gst-devel] [Re: Problem with windows binaries maintained by Fluendo]
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Tue May 15 17:51:08 CEST 2007
Oops - ignore that, it did work! I forgot to restart 7zip out of which I
was running the installer, so it wasn't seeing the updated Explorer
environment. It did install successfully when I restarted 7zip!
Thanks again! :-)
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [gst-devel] Problem with windows binaries maintained by
Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 23:32:03 +0800
From: NeBlackCat (lists) <lists at asd-group.com>
To: Sebastien Moutte <sebastien at moutte.net>
CC: 'Gstreamer-devel list' <gstreamer-devel at lists.sourceforge.net>
References: <4648651F.1030701 at asd-group.com>
Thanks Sebastien, but I tried that and it didn't seem to make any
difference. I can see that GTK+ has added itself to the path, and a
"LANG=C" has appeared, but GSTREAMER-0.10.12.exe still complains. I cant
reboot at the moment as I've got stuff that I have to keep running.
Are you saying that you have to install GTK+ to a certain directory? I
have it in C:\WIN\PROGS\COMMON\GTK\2.0\, which is where it proposed.
Also, is there a particular version of GTK+ that must be used? I'm now
using just the latest (2.10.6).
Cheers in advance for putting the binaries up!
Sebastien Moutte wrote:
> I know this problem, after the installation of the GTK runtime, environment
> variables specifying the GTK runtime path are not updated in the current
> explorer process. As environment variables are passed by the parent process
> to new processes, the GStreamer setup installer doesn't find the fresh
> install of GTK Runtime.
> To force environment variables to be updated in your current explorer, you
> can go in System properties/Advanced/Environment Variables and click OK.
> And try again.
> I'll try to fix that, may be by adding the standard installation path of GTK
> runtime to the GStreamer setup env variables at runtime before searching for
> dependencies ...
> And, I will add these Windows binaries to the GStreamer website in the
> coming days, I'll post a mail to this list when it will be done.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gstreamer-devel-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:gstreamer-devel-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of
> NeBlackCat (lists)
> Sent: lundi 14 mai 2007 15:33
> To: Gstreamer-devel list
> Subject: [gst-devel] Problem with windows binaries maintained by Fluendo
> Per Christian Schaller's recent post I just tried to install GStreamer
> from gstreamer-0.10.12.setup.zip at
> The install won't work - it keeps asking for GTK runtimes and aborting.
> However I've installed three different versions of them (including the
> latest) from the site it directed me to, and it hasn't helped.
> The above page says to report problems to the mailing list - so here it is!
> Let me know if I can try anything to help. It's great that you host the
> Windows binaries - as Ken Seehart said, it's rather silly that they
> aren't made available directly by the GStreamer project itself (imho).
> Let me know if I can do anything to help fix the above problem,
> - John
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