Commit efc3e61a authored by Sam Hocevar's avatar Sam Hocevar
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* debian/README.Debian:

    + Updated Debian-specific build notes.
parent 40020f6d
$Id: README.Debian,v 1.3 2003/08/01 08:24:53 sam Exp $ $Id: README.Debian,v 1.4 2004/02/09 20:40:25 sam Exp $
Notes for anyone wanting to build Debian packages of VLC. Notes for anyone wanting to build Debian packages of VLC.
...@@ -7,13 +7,14 @@ Notes for anyone wanting to build Debian packages of VLC. ...@@ -7,13 +7,14 @@ Notes for anyone wanting to build Debian packages of VLC.
- To build for a Debian woody system, first build a tarball using - To build for a Debian woody system, first build a tarball using
"make dist-woody". "make dist-woody".
- Usually VLC will come with a copy of ffmpeg and faad2 in the extras/ - Usually VLC will come with a copy of ffmpeg, faad2 and libmpeg2 in the
directory, because they are not yet available in Debian. extras/ directory, because they are not yet available in Debian.
- If there is no CVS directory in the root, debian/rules will assume a - If there is no CVS directory in the root, debian/rules will assume a
full build is requested and will clean ffmpeg and faad2. full build is requested and will clean ffmpeg, faad2 and libmpeg2.
- VLC does not link with libdvdcss by default, thus it will not depend - VLC does not link with libdvdcss by default, thus it will not depend
on the libdvdcss packages. To build packages that link against it, on the libdvdcss packages. However it will use libdvdread that can
remove the --without-dvdcss flag in debian/rules. optionally open libdvdcss if found. To build packages that link directly
against libdvdcss, remove the --without-dvdcss flag in debian/rules.
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