Version of used packages (of released Gstreamer 1.12.1) not fixed?

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Version of used packages (of released Gstreamer 1.12.1) not fixed?

Martin Maurer
Hallo,

can someone (with more knowledge than me) please clarify if the following packages are fixed or not,
when building GStreamer 1.12.1 with cerbero:

*** gas-preprocessor.recipe ***
# -*- Mode: Python -*- vi:si:et:sw=4:sts=4:ts=4:syntax=python
import shutil
from cerbero.utils import shell

class Recipe(recipe.Recipe):
    name = 'gas-preprocessor'
    version = '0.0.0'
    licenses = [License.GPLv2]
    btype = BuildType.CUSTOM
    remotes = {'origin': '<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="git://git.libav.org/gas-preprocessor.git">git://git.libav.org/gas-preprocessor.git'}
    commit = 'origin/master'
...

What is used to fetch the package via GIT? "remotes" and "commit"?
Or also "version"? Version 0.0.0?

Perhaps same problem here
 
mingw-regex.recipe
commit = 'origin/master'

orc.recipe -> two times available (?), 
once in \recipes, once in \recipes\build-tools…
commit = 'origin/master'

gst-transcoder.recipe
commit = 'origin/master'

tinyalsa.recipe
commit = 'origin/master'

Or is there a mechanism which I have overseen/not yet understood
which fixes the downloaded package versions?

Many thanks!

Best regards,

Martin



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Re: Version of used packages (of released Gstreamer 1.12.1) not fixed?

Sebastian Dröge-3
On Fri, 2017-06-30 at 07:05 +0200, Martin Maurer wrote:

> Hallo,
>
> can someone (with more knowledge than me) please clarify if the
> following packages are fixed or not,
> when building GStreamer 1.12.1 with cerbero:
>
> *** gas-preprocessor.recipe ***
> [and others ...]
>
> Or is there a mechanism which I have overseen/not yet understood
> which fixes the downloaded package versions?
That's true, these are not fixed and using whatever is master at that
time. Please submit a patch in Bugzilla for that, that pins it to e.g.
the current commit of master "now".

I'm also not sure why the previous bug you filed about that was closed
as "invalid", I reopened that one for any patches now.

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Re: Version of used packages (of released Gstreamer 1.12.1) not fixed?

Nicolas Dufresne-5
Le lundi 03 juillet 2017 à 08:55 +0300, Sebastian Dröge a écrit :

> On Fri, 2017-06-30 at 07:05 +0200, Martin Maurer wrote:
> > Hallo,
> >
> > can someone (with more knowledge than me) please clarify if the
> > following packages are fixed or not,
> > when building GStreamer 1.12.1 with cerbero:
> >
> > *** gas-preprocessor.recipe ***
> > [and others ...]
> >
> > Or is there a mechanism which I have overseen/not yet understood
> > which fixes the downloaded package versions?
>
> That's true, these are not fixed and using whatever is master at that
> time. Please submit a patch in Bugzilla for that, that pins it to
> e.g.
> the current commit of master "now".
>
> I'm also not sure why the previous bug you filed about that was
> closed
> as "invalid", I reopened that one for any patches now.
I'm sorry for that, your bug report wasn't very clear. It's uncommon to
file a bug report asking with "please clarify". Just ping on the closed
bug report and we will re-open as needed.

regards,
Nicolas
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