----- "Mads Bondo Dydensborg" <mads@...> a écrit :
> onsdag 10 September 2008 skrev Stéphane Téletchéa:
> > Better, grab the latest Mandriva (2009) is close, and use the
> kdenlive (revision 2392 available on mirrors), all the needed
> libraries are
> at the good version and supported by Mandriva ;-)
> I think he needs a setup where he can actually change and compile the
> code. I
> reckon at least mlt(++) and kdenlive sources. Dunno if you provide
yes, via the -devel package, and this is quite close to:
- install the current version
- adapt the sources as you wish
- rebuild the packages (mlt, mlt++, kdenlive and may be ffmeg-devel)
- install the new packages on the system and check if it works...
This is more or less what you would do with the wizard anyway, this is just a matter of utility (the rpm allows to use one build system and deploy the rpm after on all PCs, while the wizard will allow compilation on a specific host, rpm or debian packaging is not an issue here).
Ubuntu, Mandriva or the rest, that's just a matter of opinions (and needs), so pick the one you need, the good thing being we are not far :-)