I just updated my cygwin installation, but it still doesn't work, do i need
to install some extra package?
On Nov 22, 2007 5:25 AM, Yaakov (Cygwin Ports) <
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> Yaakov (Cygwin Ports) wrote:
> > Dejan Velimirovic wrote:
> >> Hello, i can successfully run Amarok and Xine-ui but nether can play
> >> file format. Amarok says that xine claims it cannot play mp3 file and
> >> xine says that demux plugin could not be found.
> For the record, the problem was with the cygwin build of xine-lib as
> Between 1.1.7 and 1.1.8, I added libmodplug to the repository as a
> dependency for BMPx. libmodplug is a C++ library which exposes
> functions usable in C. The problem was that the libmodplug.pc
> pkg-config file explicitly added -lstdc++ to MODPLUG_LIBS, which was
> among the LIBADD libs for xineplug_dmx_audio.la. However, libtool
> complained about the -lstdc++ because it is static only, and refused to
> link a shared library, creating a (worthless) static one instead.
> Furthermore, as xine-lib deletes the .la files during make install,
> cygport wasn't able to catch the static module either.
> (This wasn't an issue with bmpx because it is written in C++, and hence
> links with g++, which anyway links with -lstdc++ and ignores the fact
> that it's static only, where xine-lib is written in C.)
> As mentioned in the most recent upload announcement, I've fixed the
> libmodplug.pc file accordingly and rebuilt xine-lib, adding a check to
> the latter's src_install() to catch a similar occurrence in the future.
> Thank you for reporting this problem to the list.
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