2009/11/5 Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info>:
> What's the status of the new ffmpeg and x264 for rawhide?
> * mplayer afaics wasn't build yet
> * can I push the stuff?
I will have a free slot to work on this tonight.
I've asked quickly on #mplayer and recent snapshot will comply with
the x264 version, so that will be okay.
I will help with avidemux too. everything else is already compliant.
I'm a bit confused, have I missed something in between the
bugzilla spam to the list ...?
Today, I tried to update qmmp-plugins-freeworld to 0.3.1
I went to my projects directory, did the usual cvs up, cd devel,
update, commit, tag, build ...
Now I got a reply that the package couldn't be built due to
dependencies, which is what I expected as it depends on qmmp
0.3.1 which was built in rawhide only recently and may not have
been replicated to the mirrors and buildsystems. So far, so good.
BUT ... I have noticed that it is tagged qmmp-plugins-
freeworld-0_3_1-1_fc12 while it should be fc13
... my fault, I was not observant enough to notice earlier: the
F-12 dir does not exist, and devel does not tag as F-13.
Which leads me to the conclusion that devel wasn't copied to F-12
on the date of Fedora branching and rpmfusion rawhide does not
match fedora rawhide. And it is only 13 days to Fedora 12
release, so this should have been done.
Is that right, and in that case what is the reason for the delay?
Or could it be just a consequence of some mess on my system? (Or
in my head? ;-))
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as of 0.051, bsnes is now GPL. This is not the only change, however. It
also now requires an additional library  to support compressed ROM
images. The problem is that this library seems (at the first glance)
contain mostly duplicated code from rar, 7-zip and friends, albeit
modified. I have no skills nor time to try patching it up to use
system-wide libs, so I have no idea how to proceed. For now, I have
requested the latest bsnes build not to be pushed to stable, but it is
of course only temporary.
I have attached a preliminary spec file, which gets the job done. The
thing is whether we are willing to accept such a chunk of (at least
partially) duplicated code to save the ability of bsnes to use
compressed ROM images.
 http://byuu.org/bsnes/, the snesreader library
I am seeing intermittent errors when connecting to download1.rpmfusion.org.
Sometimes it works but most of the time I get:
rsync: read error: Connection reset by peer (104)
rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(759) [receiver=3.0.6]
This is means that mirrormanager probably does not give out a 100%
correct mirrorlist, because it does not know what the newest packages
are. I also cannot update my own mirror. If somebody can please check
why this is happening... That would be great.