[pulseaudio-discuss] ITP Bug#1003102
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Tue Jan 4 22:34:22 UTC 2022
On Tue, 4 Jan 2022, at 3:51 AM, tangmeng at uniontech.com wrote:
> I am currently doing push webrtc to the debian repository, which can
> I noticed the webrtc-audio-processing project in
> is part of webrtc.
> Now, I want to confirm whether this module has the same function as
> the audio-processing module in
> If yes! If the webrtc-audio-processing module is integrated in the
> libwebrtc library, is that will be OK?
> In other words, do I need to bring the library prov ided through the
> webrtc-audio-processing source package in the libwebrtc project?
> If yes, do I need to perform any necessary tests, and whether there are
> existing reverse dependencies that need to be changed?
The webrc-audio-processing library is the AudioProcessing and AudioCoding module, copied over from libwebrtc, packaged with a more distribution-friendly build system.
I think your effort to package libwebrtc should be independent of this: these modules (which are internal to the library, in a sense) often break API, and we try to manage that in the distribution process so that downstream consumers of the library (PulseAudio, PipeWire, GStreamer) are able to have sensible dependency management.
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