[packman] Updates for x265 and libx264 (now support 10/12 bit color depths)
manfred.h at gmx.net
Mon Feb 18 10:02:11 CET 2019
first of all, again, thanks a lot for your contributions. Please find
some comments inserted into your e-mail below.
On Sun, 17 Feb 2019, 21:16:53 +0100, Antonio Larrosa wrote:
> El dom., 17 feb. 2019 a las 19:55, Antonio Larrosa (<antonio.larrosa at gmail.com
> >) escribió:
> I'll now have a look at handbrake. If there's anything else left to do,
> please tell me (here, or on irc)
> I submitted https://pmbs.links2linux.de/request/show/4404 to fix Multimedia/
> handbrake-1.0.7 . Btw, this was just failing to build in SLE_15, while Leap
> 42.3 built fine, and it was disabled for Leap 15.x (I guess because there's a
> newer handbrake package with version 1.2.0, which btw, builds fine).
Yeah, I wasn't obviously clear when I complained about 1.0.7. The newer
version, which is only available on Leap 15.0 and newer, is not actually
usable when used to convert .ts files from a Dreambox; that's why I
still use 1.0.7 even on Leap 15.0, and that's what made trouble because
of the missing patches to cope with the new features in libx264. So,
thanks for fixing this!
> Also, I noticed that some SRs I submitted last week to gstreamer-plugins-ugly
> (42.3, 15.0 and 15.1) were declined because those are actually links to the obs
> packages and thus have to be fixed there. So I submitted a fix to SLE-15:Update
> (which will be forwarded to Leap 15.0 and 15.1 when approved) and also to Leap
> 42.3 (https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/676850).
> Note that even if the A_42.3-gstreamer-plugins-ugly package is supposed to be a
> link to the Leap 42.3 package in obs, it contained changes in Packman, so I
> submitted those changes to Leap too in order to unify the packages (in the same
> Now I think it's finished. If you find any other issue, please tell me.
Please keep an eye on acceptance of your requests ;)
> Antonio Larrosa
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