On 17 September 2016 at 21:34, Michael Fritscher <
> Hello Rostislav,
> > I really think ffserver is better off being in a separate repository.
> > way there'd be some finer attention brought to keeping the API usable by
> > external users too. Same with the rest of the programs.
> So, if I unterstand you correctly, your vision is to move all ff*
> programs to external repositories (or one) for a better seperation of
> library and tools/programs? Personally, I think that could be a good
> idea - but way out of my scope ;-) I don't want to make a such big
> disruption as my first action to ffmpeg *g*
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The other programs will probably be exported elsewhere sometime in the
future, for now since ffserver is getting removed having it put someplace
else is a good starting point.
It's simpler than you might think, since all you need right now is to cut
enough from ffserver.c to make it compile with just the regular library
headers. All you need then is a makefile and you'd be good.
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