Ricardo Wurmus <rek...@elephly.net> writes:
> ng0 <n...@we.make.ritual.n0.is> writes:
>>> GNUnet doesn’t encode/decode ogg audio files, does it?
>> It has this telephony feature (gnunet-conversation, despite the README
>> it no longer is experimental) and gnunet-helper-audio-record-gst
>> references ogg.
>> src/conversation/gnunet-helper-audio-record.c:41:#include <ogg/ogg.h>
>> configure.ac:424:# libogg
>> configure.ac:425:AC_CHECK_LIB(ogg, ogg_stream_flush_fill,
>> configure.ac:426: [AC_CHECK_HEADERS([ogg/ogg.h],
>> configure.ac:428: ogg=1
>> configure.ac:429: AC_DEFINE(HAVE_OGG,1,[Have ogg]),
>> configure.ac:431: ogg=0
>> configure.ac:432: AC_DEFINE(HAVE_OGG,0,[lacking ogg]))],
>> configure.ac:434: ogg=0)
> Ah, thanks. This makes sense. I wonder if it were possible to split
> the applications. Not now but in the future. Would be nice to be able
> install these things separately.
Maybe.. I think this needs some work on the build system, and I don't
feel up to doing that now (or anyone else I know of), higher priority is
also a change in some part of the build system so that releases can
happen more regulary.
What I did for taler preparation packaging for Guix is that I inherited
gnunet-svn and created a gnunet with postgresql bindings instead of
wateversql is our default again. If taler once a release candidate is
out will remain postgresql only, I will have to move this gnunet-variant
over to guix master.
> ~~ Ricardo