[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Check for signal.h, conditionally compile parts of ffmpeg.c

Martin Storsjö martin
Tue Jul 14 00:11:55 CEST 2009


The attached two patches first check for signal.h in configure, and then 
leave out non-critical parts of ffmpeg.c if it isn't found.

signal.h isn't available on mingw32ce (mingw32 for WinCE). These patches 
reduce the amount of ugly hacking needed to compile ffmpeg.c on that 

The double definition of received_sigterm isn't really pretty, but IMHO 
looks better than ifdeffing all the places where it's used. Another 
solution would be to add "typedef sig_atomic_t int;" somewhere if signal.h 
isn't available, and move the variable definition out of the ifdef block.

// Martin
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