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Linux to Windows

Shamun
Because Gstreamer features are more under Linux platform. But same package if required to port for Windows, seems a hell is just sitting out there.
If we try with Winbuilds, it does not fit all the features that is available for linux distros.

Question:
1) Is it not possible install Cygwin/Mingw in Windows XP/Vista/7

2) Put the GStreamer source and compile there

3) Use Cygwin way of GStreamerĀ 

Impossible, anyone ever tried ? Can then JAVA wrapper will work ? Can JAVA Applet will work ?


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Re: Linux to Windows

wl2776
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Everything is possible. Try OSSBuild.

http://code.google.com/p/ossbuild/

Shamun toha md wrote
Because Gstreamer features are more under Linux platform. But same package
if required to port for Windows, seems a hell is just sitting out there.
If we try with Winbuilds, it does not fit all the features that is available
for linux distros.

Question:
1) Is it not possible install Cygwin/Mingw in Windows XP/Vista/7

2) Put the GStreamer source and compile there

3) Use Cygwin way of GStreamer

Impossible, anyone ever tried ? Can then JAVA wrapper will work ? Can JAVA
Applet will work ?


Thanks & Regards

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Re: Linux to Windows

michael smith-6-3
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On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 2:26 AM, Shamun toha md <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Because Gstreamer features are more under Linux platform. But same package
> if required to port for Windows, seems a hell is just sitting out there.
> If we try with Winbuilds, it does not fit all the features that is available
> for linux distros.
> Question:
> 1) Is it not possible install Cygwin/Mingw in Windows XP/Vista/7

That is certainly possible.

> 2) Put the GStreamer source and compile there

That is possible too, though it's complex and absurdly slow - using
winbuilds is a much better idea.

> 3) Use Cygwin way of GStreamer
> Impossible, anyone ever tried ? Can then JAVA wrapper will work ? Can JAVA
> Applet will work ?

It should be possible (though it may require some work) to get the
java wrapper to work on windows. Java applets running native code are
pointless though - hard to develop, hard to deploy, not helpful to
anyone. Don't do that.

Mike

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