S | Naam | Samenvatting | Type
| gpac | A multimedia framework covering MPEG-4, VRML/X3D and SVG | pakket
| gpac | A multimedia framework covering MPEG-4, VRML/X3D and SVG | bronpakket
| gpac-debuginfo | Debug information for package gpac | pakket
| gpac-debugsource | Debug sources for package gpac | pakket
| libgpac-devel | Development files for gpac | pakket
| libgpac0 | Shared libraries for gpac | pakket
So, the package is available, from Packman. Now I enter Softwaremanagement, and select h264enc for install. I get a message that h264enc need gpac >= 0.4.5. Version available is 4.5 … So, I try installing gpac first, just to see what’s happening. Here it comes: gpac needs libjs.so.1 to be installed, and this one is not available. Somehow I get the feeling that the package is not maintained, since I don’t have any libjs.so (i.e. not in version 1, but none at all)
What are you using h264enc for? There might be (better) alternatives
Well, I will place a bug. Let’s see if they can get gpac sorted. Building the missing packages is not my favorite waist of time.
Something seems wrong with the websites certificate… hmmm, I try again tomorrow.
I use it to re-encode movies or clips. It is an interactive shell script for mencoder.
Perhaps I should move on to something new but I really like to pull all the strings…
I added the bug >click<](https://bugs.links2linux.org/browse/PM-56) successfully.
Sad thing is that no one seems to maintain the bug tracker website.
I added the bug last week and no new bugs are added in the meantime.
There is no activity at all.
Is this a dead end? Always believed that the packman repository was alive and kicking…
It is always nice to welcome a new member to the forum.
To answer your question, yes. It was not possible to build gpac for opensuse in general. Member Marguerite from packman-team found a solution with the developer and build new packages for the repositories. As far as my knowledge goes, the new release does not depend on libjs. If you are interested in details follow the link above to read the bugtracker.
I never tried to build the gpac package myself, I leave that to the experts, and hopefully made opensuse a little better for all of us.
Packman split x264 to libx264(for ffmpeg) and x264(containing x264enc) to avoid the situation that ffmpeg build needs x264, and x264 builds needs ffmpeg.
So it may take some time. So far as I see, my two new requests:
fix gpac with 11.4 and sles.
make the new split x264 to build with gpac.
have not been accepted yet. (as a rule…ping yoloki on #packman can make it faster…)
These two commits fix everything around gpac and x264.
and as a kind reminder, do not use the Osmo4 and browser-plugin packages.
I used hard hacks to make them built, but apparently they can’t be used and upsteam seemed to have plans to drop desktop player and browser plugin support while focusing on the command line tool MP4Box and android. (it’s nothing with x264enc…just to remind those who would like to keep everything installed)
it’s done. (the gpac fix against < 11.4 and sles is still not implemented. but it has nothing to do with 12.2)
I like to know how to do that to help, perhaps you can PM me on this forum?
oh…there’s an IM named IRC, and you can find many clients support it like pidgin or konversation. then join Channel #packman…and see if yoloki is online…then tell him some SRs need to be accepted…(Chinese seldomly use IRC as IM…we have gtalk and twitter…so…)
I did send a ping to yaloki followed by a message to accept your SR and close the thread on packman. His PC is on but there is no alive response from the person that owns it. :\ Must be the time difference. Hopefully he does see it somehow.