gstreamer 0.10 dev

Sean McNamara smcnam at
Fri Mar 4 14:39:28 PST 2011


If you're talking about upstream packages, you can get them at or find all versions at

I have no idea about Freescale and what patches they might maintain on
top of upstream. If they have custom modules, you won't find them from

Also, it's probably a good idea to make sure that the version of the
packages you download from is identical to the version
that freescale uses, so you don't get any unexpected behavior. The
most recent version always has "the best stuff", but if you are doing
embedded work, it's probably more sensible to use the same stuff as
everyone else on your platform.

Generally to build an app using gstreamer you will need the headers
and a library (either static or shared, as you prefer) to link
against. If you already have the libs, you *could* potentially copy
just the headers in -- but again, if freescale has significant
modifications, that might not work.

To be on the safe side though, you probably want to ask *Freescale*
(or the place where you got the rest of your platform from, I assume)
where their source packages are.



On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 5:21 PM, Chuck Crisler <ccrisler at> wrote:
> I am trying to upgrade a Freescale embedded development system. I have
> downloaded the new code from Freescale and built some of the gstreamer
> components. Unfortunately, both gst-plugins-base v.0.10.22 and
> gst-plugins-good v. 0.10.14 fail because they require gstreamer-devel >=
> 0.10. Where can I find this in source form so I can do the cross compile
> for the Freescale ARM processor?
> Thank you,
> Chuck Crisler
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