From: Dan Dennedy <dan@de...> - 2009-07-04 21:13:37
Due to a major overhaul to image conversion handling in MLT, some
functions that kdenlive was using were dropped in the mlt_frame
interface. I just committed a change to Kdenlive SVN to deal with
this. As a result, if you update anytime after now, then you also need
to upgrade MLT to its git head.
I am not familiar with cmake. Is there a way to make kdenlive require
a MLT version?
When I look at kdenlive/cmake/FindLIBMLT.cmake, it seems overly
complex when you have something like pkg-config to rely on. Surely,
cmake makes it easier to deal with pkg-config dependencies than this!
From: Alberto Villa <villa.alberto@gm...> - 2009-07-05 05:26:50
On Saturday 04 July 2009 23:13:31 Dan Dennedy wrote:
> I am not familiar with cmake. Is there a way to make kdenlive require
> a MLT version?
there should be, even if at the moment kdenlive doesn't do it (you could
install mlt 0.whatever and it wouldn't complain); instead, it checks for it in
the config wizard (i believe this should be changed, for is cause of quite a
number of problems on irc - people with a prehistoric mlt which simply doesn't
run the wizard and then doesn't know that)
anyway, i think i can implement that. well, i can check for mlt 0.4.5, which
is ok since this is the first commit after release, but i could not check -
easily - against a git revision (not even understand how git names revisions!)
Alberto Villa <villa.alberto@...>