[MPlayer-users] Build error MinGW/VCD
joshf87 at live.com
Sun Aug 30 03:11:14 CEST 2015
On 8/29/2015 15:37, Roberto Togni wrote:
> On Sat, 29 Aug 2015 13:40:24 -0400
> Josh <joshf87 at live.com> wrote:
>> I'm unable to build with VCD enabled in the latest SVN under
>> MinGW-w64/GCC 4.9.3. I am using libcdio 0.93/paranoia 10.2+0.93. I was
>> using 0.83 thinking that was the problem but updating to 0.93 didn't
>> change anything. Here are the log files if they are needed:
>> stream/stream_vcd.c: In function 'close_s':
>> stream/stream_vcd.c:131:3: error: implicit declaration of function
>> 'cdio_destroy' [-Werror=implicit-function-declaration]
>> stream/stream_vcd.c:131:19: error: 'mp_vcd_priv_t' has no member named
>> stream/stream_vcd.c: In function 'open_s':
>> stream/stream_vcd.c:154:3: error: unknown type name 'CdIo'
>> CdIo *cdio;
>> stream/stream_vcd.c:211:8: error: 'mp_vcd_priv_t' has no member named 'cdio'
>> vcd->cdio = cdio;
>> cc1.exe: some warnings being treated as errors
>> Makefile:731: recipe for target 'stream/stream_vcd.o' failed
>> make: *** [stream/stream_vcd.o] Error 1
> The attached patch may fix it for you, but it's probably not the best
> fix (you lose the new functionalities about playing video CDs with
> libcdio, even if I have no idea if that may work in Windows).
> Please test, if it works I will commit it while waiting for a bet fix.
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I have no idea if VCDs even work since I don't have any but it is
autodetected by configure as being supported, after fixing header paths
which aren't correct for MinGW-w64 anyway:
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