Amitha Perera wrote:
> Could you send me a patch of what you needed to fix? I can try to fix
> the CVS using that. Assuming you have no other modified files, "cvs
> diff -u" will produce a good patch set.
Sure!! I attached it.
Something you must know, I was getting an error saying that typinfo must
be decalred before using typeid, as i didn't know what it means, then i
commented the lines using typeid, after that i discovered that including
typeinfo that error disabpeared, so if you see in the patch some lines
that i commented and then uncommented is because of that. At the end
they are uncommented and i added #include <typeinfo> to those files.
An other thing, In some files i included more libraries from those that
where really needed because i just didn't know what library should be
added, i hope this patch helps, at least it worked for me. :D
> As Peter suggested, try to continue without this. This particular
> error is from ffmpeg, which unfortunately changes it's API all the
> time. If you set BUILD_CONTRIB_VIDL2 to OFF, you should be able to
> avoid the compile error.
At the end i used make -i and i finally compiled it, I was also able to
Thanks a lot for your help!
> However, I'm interested in the version of ffmpeg that you have. If
> you execute "ffmpeg -h", what do you get?
Sure! I attached the output ( file ffmpeg.h )
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