Hello Jonas, I see you have done more work on these packages. Nice. 2010/8/15 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>: > Sorry - have been busy elsewhere. I am fine with you pinging me - doesn't > annoy me at all, au contrare.
Ok. Yes, it brings up the email thread in the mail box. :) > We did not make it for Debian Squeeze, unfortunately: It was declared frozen > approx. a week ago. :-/ Too bad. :-( > Manpage of milhouse says "There is also a shared video library". If we > expect this to be ever used, we should not ship the header files together > with the binary (in scenic-utils) but instead provide libscenic (or is that > the proper name? that's the folder - there seem to be no central library in > it) and libscenic-dev packages. That's right. I thought about this. There is no central library/header called scenic, but rather a few libraries that are in a directory called scenic. I think libscenic is the name it should have. The files that are intended to be public are: ./usr/include/scenic/videoSize.h ./usr/include/scenic/sharedVideoBuffer.h ./usr/lib/scenic/libshared_video.* The other file do not need to be public. > Also, milhouse looks like a daemon - would it perhaps make sense to start it > with a sysV script? It's a command-line tool to stream, but is unidirectional and should be stopped and started often by the user, depending on his needs. It's the scenic Python application that is a GUI front-end to it that is most often used by the user. (or milhouse using scripts) So, no, a sysV script would not be wanted. -- Alexandre Quessy http://alexandre.quessy.net/ _______________________________________________ pkg-multimedia-maintainers mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-multimedia-maintainers