[packman] vlc 2.0
smartysmart34 at web.de
Thu Apr 5 22:24:25 CEST 2012
Just tried to upgrade to VLC 2.0.
I encountered a whole bunch of cross dependencies from libpostproc52,
So if I want to upgrade libavutil51 to the new version I will have to
uninstall libpostproc51 and if I do so libxine1-codecs is broken.
This is too much for me. How can I just upgrade to vlc 2.0 without
breaking to much else?
I'm on Suse 11.4/64.
Am 05.04.2012 17:19, schrieb Malcolm:
> On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 17:09:29 +0200
> Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser at opensuse.org>
>> On 2012-04-05 16:02:30 (+0100), Cristian Morales Vega
>> <reddwarf at opensuse.org> wrote:
>>> On 5 April 2012 15:45, Pascal Bleser
>>> <pascal.bleser at opensuse.org> wrote:
>>>> Henne added SLE-11-SP2. And why go with SP1 if we can go with
>>>> SP2 ?
>>> SP1 seems to be the oldest supported version. Building against it
>>> warranties it will work with all the supported versions of SLE-11
>>> (those being SP1 and SP2, but no GA).
>>>> I mean, this compatibility thing is only half true: e.g. SP2
>>>> ships with Qt >= 4.8, while "SP0" doesn't.
>>> Which means a binary build against SP2 perhaps will not work in SP0.
>>> But a binary build in SP0 will work in SP2 (if you trust Qt ABI is
>>> 100% stable).
>> Yes, but there are things we can build on SP2 which we can't
>> build on SP1 (e.g. vlc 2.x).
>> I guess that the ideal setup then would be to build Essentials
>> against SP1, and then only build against SP2 when we can't build
>> against SP1.
>> The trouble though is that users of SP2 need to add both the
>> (Packman) repo for SP1 and the (Packman) repo for SP2, at least
>> if they want to use those additional packages (such as vlc 2.x).
>> Still sounds like a viable option, but IMHO experience shows
>> that this kind of information is very difficult to get across to
> Correct, they need to add both SP1 and SP2 just like the default
> repositories added (as indicated in the TID), the structure should
> follow the same concept.
> SP1 == SP1.
> SP2 = SP1 & SP2.
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