Cerbero GStreamer recipes are now built with Meson
jjosburn at gmail.com
Sat Sep 1 13:35:20 UTC 2018
does gstreamer build with visual studio?
On Sat, Sep 1, 2018 at 5:22 AM Nirbheek Chauhan <nirbheek.chauhan at gmail.com>
> Hello everyone!
> Just a quick note that after extensive testing and porting, all the
> GStreamer recipes in Cerbero git master have been moved over to use
> Meson on all platforms. The only exception is gst-libav-1.0 which
> still uses Autotools, and it is planned to move that to Meson in the
> near future. Some of the major advantages of this move:
> 1. Faster builds on all platforms and toolchains
> 2. Massively faster and more reliable builds on Windows since Meson
> does not use make or shell
> 3. The future ability to build and ship binaries for Windows built
> with Visual Studio, which will allow easier debugging, deployment,
> instrumentation, and so on.
> This is the second step in the project dropping Autotools in favour of
> Meson, the first being gst-build, which I hope everyone has been
> trying out! This effort involved changes to the GStreamer meson build
> files, bug fixes and features to the Meson project, and of course
> changes in Cerbero.
> Thanks to everyone who contributed to this, particularly Xavier
> Claesse and Matthew Waters!
>  https://cgit.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/gst-build/
> I have opened a tracker bug for this change, so please go forth,
> test, and report any issues you find or questions you may have.
>  https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=797065
> PS: Here's a complete list of recipes that use Meson:
> $ grep -rle BuildType.MESON recipes/
> Out of these, proxy-libintl, zlib, glib, and glib-networking are built
> with Visual Studio on Windows. The rest still use MinGW, but that will
> change in the near future.
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