On Mon, 28 Mar 2011, Fabian Greffrath wrote:
Am 28.03.2011 12:53, schrieb Fabian Greffrath:
I still don't understand how this warning could occur on your system
in the first place if all libraries are installed from the same
source, i.e. unstable. You really didn't rebuild anything yourself?
Sorry, I was wrong! I see this in unstable as well, I just didn't find the
warning itself in the very verbose output of the library configurations
(mis-interpreted this as a normal output).
That "very verbose output" is part of the warning. :-)
It seems the culprit is that the shared library build is configured with
additional "--disable-ffmpeg --disable-ffplay" flags, whereas the ffmpeg
frontend obviously isn't. These two flags are common to all arch-optimized
library builds, so it is quite expected that the frontend and the shared
library (that the dynamic linker chose to link against) differ in their
configuration. It is, however, IMHO pointless to explicitely point this fact
out whenever the frontend is run, so I agree with Reinhard that this
"feature" should be disabled on systems which allow for combinations of
regular frontend and optimized shared libraries.
Hmm. Did you confirm this was the problem by changing the config flags?
If so, perhaps point out to the ffmpeg people that their warning is (at
least in some cases) a red herring (alternatively, produces a false
positive), and ask if it could be made more intelligent.
I am sorry I did not have an unstable installation handy, as then I could
have provided a better bug report. Maybe I'll do a virtualbox unstable
installation, or make an unstable chroot or upgrade one of my vserver
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