On Wednesday, 03 July 2013 at 23:54, RPM Fusion Bugzilla wrote:
Currently, xine-lib is in Fedora, with all the possibly patent
split into xine-lib-extras-freeworld in RPM Fusion. However, with xine-lib 1.2
such a split is now longer possible, because ffmpeg is now needed to build
xine-lib. According to current xine-lib maintainer there are 4 possible ways
(a) Stick with 1.1.x forever.
(b) Package libavutil (and only libavutil) from FFmpeg in Fedora.
I'd consider (b) only if there are more packages that could be moved to
Fedora if libavutil were available.
(c) Bundle parts or all of libavutil with xine-lib.
(d) Move the whole thing (back) to RPM Fusion (where it originally was, before
xine-lib was needed for Amarok and Phonon, which both no longer use it).
This would be my pick currently.
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