Commit 9fb3b8e4 authored by Alexis de Lattre's avatar Alexis de Lattre

Update for 1.2.4 release.

parent b1905951
%define name libdvdcss %define name libdvdcss
%define version 1.2.3 %define version 1.2.4
%define release 1 %define release 1
%define major 2 %define major 2
...@@ -21,13 +21,13 @@ Conflicts: libdvdcss0.0.1, libdvdcss0.0.2 ...@@ -21,13 +21,13 @@ Conflicts: libdvdcss0.0.1, libdvdcss0.0.2
libdvdcss is a simple library designed for accessing DVDs like a block device libdvdcss is a simple library designed for accessing DVDs like a block device
without having to bother about the decryption. The important features are: without having to bother about the decryption. The important features are:
* Portability: currently supported platforms are GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, * Portability: currently supported platforms are GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD,
OpenBSD, BSD/OS, BeOS, Windows 95/98, Windows NT/2000, MacOS X, Solaris, OpenBSD, BSD/OS, BeOS, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, MacOS X,
HP-UX and OS/2. Solaris, HP-UX and OS/2.
* Adaptability: unlike most similar projects, libdvdcss doesn't require the * Adaptability: unlike most similar projects, libdvdcss doesn't require the
region of your drive to be set and will try its best to read from the disc region of your drive to be set and will try its best to read from the disc
even in the case of a region mismatch. even in the case of a region mismatch.
* Simplicity: a DVD player can be built around the libdvdcss API using no * Simplicity: a DVD player can be built around the libdvdcss API using no
more than 4 or 5 library calls. more than 6 library calls.
%package -n %{libname} %package -n %{libname}
Summary: Library for accessing DVDs like block devices with transparent decryption Summary: Library for accessing DVDs like block devices with transparent decryption
...@@ -38,13 +38,13 @@ Provides: %name = %version-%release ...@@ -38,13 +38,13 @@ Provides: %name = %version-%release
libdvdcss is a simple library designed for accessing DVDs like a block device libdvdcss is a simple library designed for accessing DVDs like a block device
without having to bother about the decryption. The important features are: without having to bother about the decryption. The important features are:
* Portability: currently supported platforms are GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, * Portability: currently supported platforms are GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD,
OpenBSD, BSD/OS, BeOS, Windows 95/98, Windows NT/2000, MacOS X, Solaris, OpenBSD, BSD/OS, BeOS, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, MacOS X,
HP-UX and OS/2. Solaris, HP-UX and OS/2.
* Adaptability: unlike most similar projects, libdvdcss doesn't require the * Adaptability: unlike most similar projects, libdvdcss doesn't require the
region of your drive to be set and will try its best to read from the disc region of your drive to be set and will try its best to read from the disc
even in the case of a region mismatch. even in the case of a region mismatch.
* Simplicity: a DVD player can be built around the libdvdcss API using no * Simplicity: a DVD player can be built around the libdvdcss API using no
more than 4 or 5 library calls. more than 6 library calls.
%package -n %{libname}-devel %package -n %{libname}-devel
Summary: Development tools for programs which will use the %{name} library Summary: Development tools for programs which will use the %{name} library
...@@ -91,6 +91,14 @@ rm -rf %buildroot ...@@ -91,6 +91,14 @@ rm -rf %buildroot
%{_includedir}/* %{_includedir}/*
%changelog %changelog
* Wed Nov 13 2002 Alexis de Lattre <alexis@videolan.org> 1.2.4-1
- new upstream release
- fixes for Win32
* Sun Oct 13 2002 Samuel Hocevar <sam@zoy.org> 1.2.3-1
- new upstream release
- fix for drives not allowing to read their disc key
* Sun Oct 13 2002 Samuel Hocevar <sam@zoy.org> 1.2.3-1 * Sun Oct 13 2002 Samuel Hocevar <sam@zoy.org> 1.2.3-1
- new upstream release - new upstream release
- fix for drives not allowing to read their disc key - fix for drives not allowing to read their disc key
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