Re: Announce: dvgrab, support for digital camcorders
I'm am in the process of packaging broadcast for debian.
For this reason I have contacted Andreas Bombe
<email@example.com>, who is the upstream author of
libraw and offered him sponsorship for libraw. He agreed, .. that said,
libraw should not be a problem, I have an apt-getable archive at
deb ftp://xdv.org/pub/gige/debian unstable multimedia
and I am willing to take over libraw completely if the upstream author
doesn't want to become a debian developer.
broadcast uses quicktime4linux
which in turn includes the source of libdv. I built it statically
into qt4linux, because it seems that it was changed a little bit.
If more packages depend on libdv we should investigate how to make a
dynamic library out of libdv.
Daniel Kobras writes:
> Hi Arne!
> On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, Arne Schirmacher wrote:
> > Please forward this mail to the person who is in charge for adding new
> > software to your Linux Distribution.
> > I am the author of two useful programs: dvgrab and kino. Both programs are
> > under the GPL.
> If nobody else has contacted you so far, I'd be interested in packaging
> those two programs for Debian. However, I see two problems. dvgrab needs
> libraw1394 to build; libraw1394 however has Debian hooks but isn't
> included in Debian so far, meaning the build dependencies are quite
> unfortunate. Similar with kino, which depends on libdv. You provide libdv
> as a static lib in the source distribution, but this renders the source
> i386-only and will make porters to other architectures freak out. The best
> solution clearly would be to include both libs into Debian as well. I'll
> try to get in touch with the respective authors on that. Anyway, if the
> lib issue is resolved, I'd certainly be willing provide .debs for dvgrab
> and kino. (ITP to follow...)
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