Commit c2a934c0 authored by Sam Hocevar's avatar Sam Hocevar

* ALL: removed "VideoLAN Client" in favour of "VLC media player" in a lot

    of places.
parent 29b791a9
INSTALL file for vlc, the VideoLAN Client
$Id: INSTALL,v 1.24 2003/02/02 04:01:29 sam Exp $
INSTALL file for the VLC media player
Configuring VideoLAN
====================
A typical way to configure vlc is:
Configuring VLC
===============
A typical way to configure VLC is:
./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-gnome
......@@ -16,24 +18,24 @@ symbols:
make distclean ; ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-gnome --enable-debug
Building VideoLAN
=================
Building VLC
============
Have a look at the generated Makefile.opts file, you may want to choose
which modules will be compiled as plugins, and which ones will remain in
the core application. The configure script tries to guess for you.
Once configured, run `make' to build vlc.
Once configured, run `make' to build VLC.
Installing and running VideoLAN
===============================
Installing and running VLC
==========================
You can install the vlc and its plugins by typing:
You can install the VLC and its plugins by typing:
make install
But you don't need to install it if you don't want to; vlc can be launched
But you don't need to install it if you don't want to; VLC can be launched
from the current directory as well:
./vlc
......
INSTALL file for the Windows9x/2k/XP version of vlc, the VideoLAN Client
$Id: INSTALL.win32,v 1.13 2003/02/02 04:01:29 sam Exp $
Running VideoLAN Client
=======================
INSTALL file for the Windows9x/2k/XP version of the VLC media player
Running VLC
===========
If you have already built vlc (see below) or are using a binary release,
If you have already built VLC (see below) or are using a binary release,
just run 'vlc.exe'.
You can also run vlc from a dos command box, in which case you'll be able
You can also run VLC from a dos command box, in which case you'll be able
to use the command line arguments. You can obtain a list of these command
line arguments by typing 'vlc --help'.
To store a debug log of the current vlc session, you can use
To store a debug log of the current VLC session, you can use
'vlc -vvvvv --intf=logger nameofyourvideofile', but this will unfortunatly
disable the GUI. You will end-up with a vlc.log file in your current directory.
If you want to play a DVD, run vlc and click on the Disc option in the
If you want to play a DVD, run VLC and click on the Disc option in the
interface. You then have to type your drive letter followed by a colon in
the 'Device name' box (eg. 'D:' if this is the letter for your dvdrom drive).
Building VideoLAN Client from the source code
=============================================
Building VLC from the source code
=================================
If you want to do the tricky job of building vlc from sources, you can do it
If you want to do the tricky job of building VLC from sources, you can do it
in several ways:
- natively on Windows, using MSYS+MINGW (www.mingw.org)
......@@ -87,7 +90,7 @@ to build the DirectX, GTK and SDL plugins.
Configuring the build
=====================
The best way to configure the build process of vlc is to use the
The best way to configure the build process of VLC is to use the
`./configure' script.
See `./configure --help' for more information.
......@@ -124,7 +127,7 @@ along those lines:
--with-directx=/c/dev/dxheaders \
--with-dvdcss-tree=../libdvdcss-win
If you are using cygwin, you can build vlc with or without the unix emulation
If you are using cygwin, you can build VLC with or without the unix emulation
layer (without is usually better). To build without the emulaion layer, use
something like this:
./bootstrap; \
......@@ -140,14 +143,14 @@ CXX="g++ -mno-cygwin" line.
Note: when using the --with-dvdcss-tree you need to compile the libdvdcss tree
beforehand.
Building VideoLAN Client
========================
Building VLC
============
Have a look at the generated Makefile.opts file, you may want to choose
which modules will be compiled as plugins, and which ones will remain in
the core application. The configure script tries to guess for you.
Once configured, to build vlc you have to:
Once configured, to build VLC you have to:
If you are cross-compiling from Debian or compiling natively on Windoze,
then just run `make'.
......@@ -166,7 +169,7 @@ Building Win32 interface with bcc32 (Borland's compiler)
they can be symlinks to the Borland bpr2mak and make utilities, or wrappers
that call them through Wine if you are cross-compiling from Linux.
3) Configure vlc as usual with the --enable-intfwin flag and build it.
3) Configure VLC as usual with the --enable-intfwin flag and build it.
Well done, now you're ready to use vlc!
Well done, now you're ready to use VLC!
=======================================
$Id: README,v 1.14 2003/02/01 23:08:48 sam Exp $
$Id: README,v 1.15 2003/02/02 04:01:29 sam Exp $
README for vlc, the VideoLAN Client
===================================
README for the VLC media player
===============================
ABOUT-NLS - Notes on the Free Translation Project.
AUTHORS - Main VLC authors.
......
#! /bin/sh
## bootstrap file for vlc, the VideoLAN Client
## $Id: bootstrap,v 1.41 2003/02/01 18:41:09 sam Exp $
## bootstrap file for the VLC media player
## $Id: bootstrap,v 1.42 2003/02/02 04:01:29 sam Exp $
##
## Authors: Samuel Hocevar <sam@zoy.org>
......
......@@ -2826,7 +2826,7 @@ dnl
dnl Stuff used by the program
dnl
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(VERSION_MESSAGE, "${VERSION} ${CODENAME}", [Simple version string])
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(COPYRIGHT_MESSAGE, "VideoLAN Client - version ${VERSION} ${CODENAME} - (c) 1996-2003 VideoLAN", [Copyright string])
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(COPYRIGHT_MESSAGE, "VLC media player - version ${VERSION} ${CODENAME} - (c) 1996-2003 VideoLAN", [Copyright string])
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(CONFIGURE_LINE, "${CONFIGURE_LINE}", [The ./configure command line])
VLC_SYMBOL="`echo ${VERSION} | sed -e 'y/.-/__/'`"
......
......@@ -22,13 +22,13 @@
OutFile ..\vlc-${VERSION}-win32.exe
Name "the VideoLAN Client"
Caption "VideoLAN Client '${VERSION}' for Win32 Setup"
Name "VLC media player"
Caption "VLC '${VERSION}' for Win32 Setup"
;Icon ../share/gvlc32x32.ico
CRCCheck on
InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES\VideoLAN\VideoLAN Client"
InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES\VideoLAN\VLC"
; check if the program has already been installed, if so, take this dir
; as install dir
InstallDirRegKey HKLM SOFTWARE\VideoLAN\VLC "Install_Dir"
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ SetDatablockOptimize on
SetDateSave off
SetCompress auto
UninstallText "This will uninstall the VideoLAN Client. Hit next to continue."
UninstallText "This will uninstall the VLC media player. Hit next to continue."
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Install settings ;
......
......@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ object AboutDlg: TAboutDlg
Top = 80
Width = 227
Height = 13
Caption = 'the VideoLAN Team <videolan@videolan.org>'
Caption = 'the VideoLAN team <videolan@videolan.org>'
end
object Image1: TImage
Left = 32
......
......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
Caption = _( "VLC media player" );
Caption = _( "(c) 1996-2003 the VideoLAN team" );
Caption = _( "This is the VideoLAN Client, a DVD, MPEG and DivX player. It can" " play MPEG and MPEG2 files from a file or from a network source." );
Caption = _( "the VideoLAN Team <videolan@videolan.org>" );
Caption = _( "the VideoLAN team <videolan@videolan.org>" );
Caption = _( "Version x.y.z" );
Caption = _( "OK" );
......
......@@ -2885,9 +2885,8 @@ msgid "Report A Bug"
msgstr ""
#: modules/gui/macosx/intf.m:327
#, fuzzy
msgid "VideoLAN Website"
msgstr "VideoLAN Client"
msgstr ""
#: modules/gui/macosx/intf.m:328
msgid "License"
......
#! /bin/sh
## toolbox for vlc, the VideoLAN Client
## $Id: toolbox,v 1.8 2003/01/29 18:10:52 sam Exp $
## toolbox for the VLC media player
## $Id: toolbox,v 1.9 2003/02/02 04:01:29 sam Exp $
##
## Authors: Samuel Hocevar <sam@zoy.org>
......@@ -297,7 +297,7 @@ then
find modules/gui/win32 -name '*.dfm' | while read file
do
printf "\n/*\n * from $file:\n */\n\n" >> modules/gui/win32/strings.cpp
perl -ne 'chop; chop; if( / (Caption|Text|Hint) / || $buffer =~ /[+=] *$/ ) { $buffer =~ s/\+ *$//; $buffer .= $_; } if( $buffer =~ /'"'"' *$/) { $buffer =~ s/'"'"'/"/g; $buffer =~ s/\\/\\\\/g; $buffer =~ s/=/= _(/; print $buffer." );\n"; $buffer = "";}' < $file | grep -v '"-*"' >> modules/gui/win32/strings.cpp || exit 1
perl -ne 'chop; chop; if( / (Caption|Text|Hint) / || $buffer =~ /[+=] *$/ ) { $buffer =~ s/\+ *$//; $buffer .= $_; } if( $buffer =~ /'"'"' *$/) { $buffer =~ s/'"'"'/"/g; $buffer =~ s/\\/\\\\/g; $buffer =~ s/=/= _(/; print $buffer." );\n"; $buffer = "";}' < $file | grep -v '"-*"' | grep -v '"http://' | grep -v '"vlcs"' >> modules/gui/win32/strings.cpp || exit 1
done
# clean old potfiles
cd po
......
......@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@
%{?_with_slp: %{expand: %%define with_slp 1}}
Summary: VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
Summary: VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player.
Name: %{name}
Version: %{version}
Release: %{release}
......@@ -219,10 +219,10 @@ Buildrequires: libopenslp-devel
VideoLAN is an OpenSource streaming solution for every OS developed by
students from the Ecole Centrale Paris and developers from all over the
World.
The VideoLAN Client (vlc) plays MPEG1, MPEG2 and MPEG4 (aka DivX) files,
DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs, from a satellite card, from an MPEG2 Transport
Streams sent by the VideoLAN Server (vls) or from a Web server (with the
HTTP input).
VLC (VideoLAN Client) is a media player that can play MPEG1, MPEG2 and
MPEG4 (aka DivX) files, DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs, from a satellite card, from
a stream sent by VLS (VideoLAN Server), from another VLC, or from a Web
server.
You may install vlc-gnome or vlc-gtk to have a nice graphical interface.
This package contains no CSS unscrambling functionality for DVDs ;
you need the libdvdcss library available from
......@@ -230,17 +230,15 @@ http://www.videolan.org/libdvdcss/ or http://plf.zarb.org/
#general packages
%package -n %libname-devel
Summary: Development files for the VideoLAN Client
Summary: Development files for the VLC media player
Group: Development/C
Requires: %name = %version-%release
Provides: %name-devel = %version-%release
Provides: lib%name-devel = %version-%release
%description -n %libname-devel
Development files for the VideoLAN Client
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
Development files for the VLC media player
This package contains headers and a static library required to build plugins
for the VideoLAN Client, or standalone applications using VideoLAN Client.
for the VLC media player, or standalone applications using features from VLC.
%package -n mozilla-plugin-vlc
Summary: A multimedia plugin for Mozilla, based on vlc
......@@ -255,137 +253,115 @@ support for fullscreen display.
# intf plugins
%package -n gvlc
Summary: Gtk plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Gtk plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Provides: vlc-gui
%description -n gvlc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a Gtk+ interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds a Gtk+ interface to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--intf gtk' flag or run the `gvlc' program.
%package -n gnome-vlc
Summary: Gnome plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Gnome plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Provides: vlc-gui, vlc-gnome
Obsoletes: vlc-gnome
%description -n gnome-vlc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a Gnome interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds a Gnome interface to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--intf gnome' flag or run the `gnome-vlc' program.
%package -n qvlc
Summary: Qt2 plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Qt2 plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Provides: vlc-gui, vlc-qt
Obsoletes: vlc-qt
%description -n qvlc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a Qt interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
activate it, use the `--intf qt' flag or run the `qvlc' program.
This plugin adds a Qt interface to the VLC media player. To activate it,
use the `--intf qt' flag or run the `qvlc' program.
%package -n kvlc
Summary: KDE frontend for the VideoLAN client
Summary: KDE frontend for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Provides: vlc-gui
%description -n kvlc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a KDE interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds a KDE interface to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--intf kde' flag or run the `kvlc' program.
%package plugin-ncurses
Summary: Ncurses console-based plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Ncurses console-based plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-ncurses
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a ncurses interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds a ncurses interface to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--intf ncurses' flag.
%package plugin-lirc
Summary: Lirc plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Lirc plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-lirc
Provides: vlc-lirc
%description plugin-lirc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin is an infrared lirc interface for vlc, the
VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use the `--intf lirc' flag.
This plugin is an infrared lirc interface for the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--extraintf lirc' flag.
%package -n wxvlc
Summary: WxWindow plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: WxWindow plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-lirc
Provides: vlc-lirc
%description -n wxvlc
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds a wxWindow interface to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds a wxWindow interface to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--intf wxwin' flag or run the `wxvlc' program.
#
# video plugins
%package plugin-aa
Summary: ASCII art video plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: ASCII art video plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-aa
Provides: vlc-aa
%description plugin-aa
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This is an ASCII art video output plugin for vlc, the VideoLAN
Client. To activate it, use the `--vout aa' flag or select the `aa'
vout plugin from the preferences menu.
This is an ASCII art video output plugin for the VLC media playe. To
activate it, use the `--vout aa' flag or select the `aa' video output
plugin from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-sdl
Summary: Simple DirectMedia Layer video plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Simple DirectMedia Layer video plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-sdl
Provides: vlc-sdl
%description plugin-sdl
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the Simple DirectMedia Layer library to
vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use the `--vout sdl' or
`--aout sdl' flags or select the `sdl' vout or aout plugin from the
preferences menu.
the VLC media player. To activate it, use the `--vout sdl' or
`--aout sdl' flags or select the `sdl' video or audio output plugin
from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-ggi
Summary: GGI video plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: GGI video plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-ggi
Provides: vlc-ggi
%description plugin-ggi
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This is a GGI plugin for vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use
the `--vout ggi' flag or select the `ggi' vout plugin from the preferences
menu.
This is a GGI plugin for the VLC media player. To activate it, use
the `--vout ggi' flag or select the `ggi' video output plugin from
the preferences menu.
%package plugin-svgalib
Summary: SVGAlib video plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: SVGAlib video plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-svgalib
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for SVGAlib to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
This plugin adds support for SVGAlib to the VLC media player. To
activate it, use the `--vout svgalib' flag or select the `svgalib' video
output plugin from the preferences menu. Note that you will need root
permissions to use SVGAlib.
......@@ -394,124 +370,104 @@ permissions to use SVGAlib.
#
# visualization plugins
%package plugin-xosd
Summary: X On-Screen Display plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: X On-Screen Display plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-xosd
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This is an On-Screen Display plugin for vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To
activate it, use the `--intf xosd' flag or select the `xosd' interface
plugin from the preferences menu.
This is an On-Screen Display plugin for the VLC media player. To activate
it, use the `--extraintf xosd' flag or select the `xosd' interface plugin
from the preferences menu.
# codec plugins
%package plugin-mad
Summary: MAD audio codec plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: MAD audio codec plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-mad
Provides: vlc-mad
%description plugin-mad
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for libmad, the MPEG audio decoder library,
to the VideoLAN Client. MAD is 100% fixed-point based. To activate
to the VLC media player. MAD is 100% fixed-point based. To activate
this plugin, use the `--mpeg_adec mad' flag or select the `mad' MPEG
decoder from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-ogg
Summary: Ogg demuxer and Vorbis codec plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Ogg demuxer and Vorbis codec plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-ogg
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
These plugins add support for the Ogg bitstream format and the Ogg Vorbis
compressed audio format to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. They are autodetected.
compressed audio format to the VLC media player. They are autodetected.
%package plugin-a52
Summary: A-52 (AC-3) codec plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: A-52 (AC-3) codec plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-a52
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the ATSC A-52 (aka. AC-3) audio format to
vlc, the VideoLAN Client. The plugin is autodetected.
the VLC media player. The plugin is autodetected.
%package plugin-dv
Summary: DV codec plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: DV codec plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-dv
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the DV video format to vlc, the VideoLAN
Client. The plugin is autodetected.
This plugin adds support for the DV video format to the VLC media player.
The plugin is autodetected.
#
# input plugins
%package plugin-dvb
Summary: DVB input plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: DVB input plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-dvb
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for DVB cards to vlc, the VideoLAN Client. Note
This plugin adds support for DVB cards to the VLC media player. Note
that your card needs to be supported by your kernel before vlc can use it.
#
# audio plugins
%package plugin-esd
Summary: Enlightened Sound Daemon audio plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Enlightened Sound Daemon audio plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-esd
Provides: vlc-esd
%description plugin-esd
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the Enlightened Sound Daemon to vlc, the
VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use the `--aout esd' flag or select
the `esd' aout plugin from the preferences menu.
This plugin adds support for the Enlightened Sound Daemon to the VLC
media player. To activate it, use the `--aout esd' flag or select the
`esd' audio output plugin from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-arts
Summary: aRts audio plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: aRts audio plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-arts
Provides: vlc-arts
%description plugin-arts
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the aRts Sound System to vlc, the
VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use the `--aout arts' flag or
select the `arts' aout plugin from the preferences menu.
This plugin adds support for the aRts Sound System to the VLC media
player. To activate it, use the `--aout arts' flag or select the `arts'
audio output plugin from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-alsa
Summary: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture audio plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture audio plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
Obsoletes: vlc-alsa
Provides: vlc-alsa
%description plugin-alsa
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture to
vlc, the VideoLAN Client. To activate it, use the `--aout alsa' flag or
select the `alsa' aout plugin from the preferences menu.
the VLC media player. To activate it, use the `--aout alsa' flag or
select the `alsa' audio output plugin from the preferences menu.
%package plugin-slp
Summary: Service Location Protocol acces plugin for the VideoLAN client
Summary: Service Location Protocol acces plugin for the VLC media player
Group: Video
Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description plugin-slp
VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution.
This plugin adds support for the Service Location Protocol to
vlc, the VideoLAN Client.
the VLC media player.
%prep
......@@ -636,30 +592,30 @@ install doc/vlc-config.1 %buildroot/%_mandir/man1
# menu
mkdir -p %buildroot/%_menudir
cat > %buildroot/%_menudir/vlc << EOF
?package(vlc): command="%_bindir/vlc" hotkey="V" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VideoLAN Client" icon="vlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(vlc): command="%_bindir/vlc" hotkey="V" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC media player" icon="vlc.png" hints="Video"
EOF
%if %with_gtk
cat > %buildroot/%_menudir/gvlc << EOF
?package(gvlc): command="%_bindir/gvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="Gtk VideoLAN Client" icon="gvlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(gvlc): command="%_bindir/gvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC Gtk media player" icon="gvlc.png" hints="Video"
EOF
%endif
%if %with_gnome
cat > %buildroot/%_menudir/gnome-vlc << EOF
?package(gnome-vlc): command="%_bindir/gnome-vlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="Gnome VideoLAN Client" icon="gnome-vlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(gnome-vlc): command="%_bindir/gnome-vlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC Gnome media player" icon="gnome-vlc.png" hints="Video"
EOF
%endif
%if %with_qt
cat > %buildroot/%_menudir/qvlc << EOF
?package(qvlc): command="%_bindir/qvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="Qt VideoLAN Client" icon="qvlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(qvlc): command="%_bindir/qvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC Qt media player" icon="qvlc.png" hints="Video"
EOF
%endif
%if %with_kde
cat > %buildroot/%_menudir/kvlc << EOF
?package(kvlc): command="%_bindir/kvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="KDE VideoLAN Client" icon="kvlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(kvlc): command="%_bindir/kvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC KDE media player" icon="kvlc.png" hints="Video"
EOF
%endif
%if %with_wx
?package(wxvlc): command="%_bindir/wxvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX software solution" section="Multimedia/Video" title="wxWindow VideoLAN Client" icon="vlc.png" hints="Video"
?package(wxvlc): command="%_bindir/wxvlc" needs="X11" longtitle="VLC is a free MPEG, MPEG2, DVD and DivX player" section="Multimedia/Video" title="VLC wxWindow media player" icon="vlc.png" hints="Video"
%endif
# icons
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