GStreamer 0.10.15.3, gst-plugins-base 0.10.15.3 and gst-python 0.10.9.3 pre-releases available
2nd pre-releases of each module are now available in the usual locations.
The new gst-python tarball fixes compilation against python 2.4, and
generation of the config.h file for the windows build.
The core tarball tweaks the new gst_plugin_register_static to take the
set of arguments directly that were previously passed in a GstPluginDesc
and removes the deprecation guards around the GST_PLUGIN_DEFINE_STATIC
macro to make compiler warnings more meaningful in code that has been
using static plugins.
gst-plugins-base has had the libgstrtsp.defs file for the windows build
New translations for core & base have been merged.
GStreamer 0.10.15.4, gst-plugins-base 0.10.15.4 and gst-python 0.10.9.4 pre-releases available
The 3rd (and hopefully) final pre-releases of GStreamer Core, Base and
Python bindings before final releases next Monday (28th Jan) are now
Please test these thoroughly to catch any issues.
Changed since the last pre-releases:
* In gst-python: Fixed a reported issue building in jhbuild.
* In core: Fix the static plugin registration API to not call
g_threads_init(), to avoid breaking applications that unconditionally
* In core: Use $(MAKE) in the docs/manuals.mak file to fix the build
when GNU make is not called 'make'
* In all modules (common/): Use $(MAKE) instead of make to fix the build
if GNU make is called something else on the system. Fix path for
docbook.xsl if we have no /etc/xml/catalog and add a docbook-xsl search
path for FreeBSD. Added some valgrind suppressions.
* New translations for core & base have been merged.
I've just uploaded a new pre-release of the Core module alone - 0.10.15.5.
This pre-release fixes detection of monotonic clocks and posix timers in
cross-compilation environments. Base & Python are unaffected and are still
It all works, but it limits Linux processes to a mere 512GB of virtual
address space. Such limits are irksome to the kernel developers when the
hardware can do more, and, besides, somebody is likely to release a web
browser or office suite which runs into that limit in the near future.