[gst-devel] Release delayed. 3rd Pre-releases available - gst-plugins-good 0.10.6.4 gst-plugins-bad 0.10.5.4 gst-plugins-ugly 0.10.6.4
thaytan at noraisin.net
Mon Feb 18 22:17:41 CET 2008
I've just uploaded new pre-releases of each of -good, -bad -ugly.
The final tarballs for the release were due to be out tonight, but each
module has changes that we'd rather see get a bit more testing - so I'm
deferring the release until Wednesday night.
Changes since the last pre-releases are:
* Fix initialisation of variables in rtspsrc
* Fix compilation of the spectrum example when libxml use is disabled.
* Fix g_criticals in mpegtsparse
* Add DirectShow decoder support to the dist
* Fix a crasher bug in the DVD sub-picture overlay dvdspu
* Fix in gstrtpbin - ignore streams that did not receive an SR packet
when doing synchronisation.
* Fix crash in camutils when descriptors are not present.
* Add some casts in dvdreadsrc to avoid overflow when past the 2GB point.
* Handle invalid incoming timestamps better in mp3parse
Please file bugs in bugzilla http://bugzilla.gnome.org and expect final
Tarballs are at:
Jan Schmidt wrote:
> Pre-release tarballs for gst-plugins-good 0.10.6.3 gst-plugins-bad
> 0.10.5.3 gst-plugins-ugly 0.10.6.3 are now available for download.
> The changes from the first set of releases are:
> In -good:
> * Fix various leaks in multifilesrc, ximagesrc, efence, directdrawsink,
> v4l2src and RTP elements.
> * Fix seeking in AVI/DivX files with 0.10.3 gst-ffmpeg.
> In -bad:
> * Fix leaks in xvidenc, fbdevsink, rfbsrc, vmncdec, mpegvideoparse,
> h264parse & dshowdecwrapper elements.
> * Remove GL elements which have moved to the new gst-plugins-gl module
> * The metadata element was inadvertently installing a header file. This
> is no longer installed.
> In -ugly:
> * Fix leaks in lame, dvdsubparse.
> * Correctly write the bytes size on big-endian systems in xingmux.
> * Fix a regression in seeking in BYTE format in dvdreadsrc
> For people building on MingW, the -bad release now includes new elements
> which wrap system installed DirectShow plugins for decoding and input.
> However, the plugins are not yet integrated into the configure script.
> We need appropriate tests to put into configure.ac. In the meantime, the
> plugins can be built manually by cd'ing into each of
> gst-libs/gst/dshow/, sys/dshowdecwrapper/ and sys/dshowsrcwrapper/ and
> running make manually after configuration.
> Tarballs are available at:
> Packagers should note the list of moved plugins in the reply quote below.
> Please test and file any bugs in bugzilla - http://bugzilla.gnome.org
> Jan Schmidt wrote:
>> Pre-release tarballs for gst-plugins-good 0.10.6.2 gst-plugins-bad
>> 0.10.5.2 gst-plugins-ugly 0.10.6.2 are now available for download.
>> The next pre-releases will be on Wednesday, 13th Feb if needed,
>> otherwise expect the releases on Monday 18th.
>> Packagers, please note that some plugins have moved out of -bad in this
>> release, and some have been renamed.
>> libgstequalizer.so - moved from -bad to -good
>> libgstspectrum.so - moved from -bad to -good
>> libgstmultifile.so - moved from -bad to -good
>> libgstswitch.so - in -bad, replaced by libgstselector.so
>> libgstxingheader.so - moved from -bad into libgstmpegaudioparse.so in -ugly
>> libgstvideoparse.so - in -bad, became libgstrawparse.so
>> libgstdvbsrc.so - in -bad, renamed to libgstdvb.so
>> libgstpitch.so - in -bad, became libgstsoundtouch.so
>> The tarballs are at:
>> Please test and file any bugs in bugzilla - http://bugzilla.gnome.org
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