[Ffmpeg-devel] Compile ffmpeg for Windows

Martin Boehme boehme
Mon Oct 17 13:53:37 CEST 2005

Michel Bardiaux wrote:
> Martin Boehme wrote:
>> Michel Bardiaux wrote:
>>> Diego Biurrun wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Oct 14, 2005 at 11:01:59AM +0200, Martin Boehme wrote:
>>>>> BTW, the documentation patch (on Windows / Visual C++) I submitted 
>>>>> a while ago doesn't seem to have made it onto the homepage yet -- 
>>>>> how often does this get updated? Or does it have to be done manually?
>>>> I *think* it is done by a cron job on an sf.net host.  But Mike was 
>>>> having
>>>> trouble getting texinfo to output the HTML he wanted it to.  So 
>>>> right now
>>>> I'm afraid it does not get updated at all.  Probably this will not 
>>>> get fixed
>>>> before we get the new server :-(
>>>> I might try to look into this, but I doubt I will find the time.
>>>> Diego
>>> What about disabling that web access to the doc completely? Of course 
>>> with a small note, 'look at doc from cvs'. IMHO outdated/wrong doc is 
>>> worse than no doc...
>> Hm... I don't think removing the web documentation is a good idea... 
>> building the documentation from the sources requires texinfo to be 
>> installed. Half of the people using FFmpeg won't have that, so we'll 
>> get questions on the list asking "how do I build the docs / how do I 
>> install texinfo"... so I think it's better to have documentation on 
>> the server that is updated automatically (which doesn't seem to be a 
>> big problem in principle).
> My fault, I wasnt clear. I meant disable *temporarily*, until automatic 
> updates work again.

Oh, OK! That might be an idea.


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