[FFmpeg-devel] license violator seeking help to continue his behavior

Patrice Bensoussan patrice.bensoussan
Sat Jul 25 01:37:58 CEST 2009

On 24 Jul 2009, at 19:13, Diego Biurrun wrote:

> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 08:19:32PM +0200, Diego Biurrun wrote:
>> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 04:51:01PM +0100, Patrice Bensoussan wrote:
>>> Finally identified the issue... It seems to be linked to a missing
>>> include (sys/time.h) when compiling against 10.3.9 SDK (I'll try to
>>> submit a patch a bit later). The new version of EasyWMA is now
>>> available on the website. Diego, can you please have a look and  
>>> let me
>>> know if this is ok for you? If so, I will apply the same changes to
>>> EasyWMV. Hope everything is ok. Thanks.
>> I'll check it as soon as my OS X machine is working again, I'm
>> reinstalling it...
> The machine is finally back in working order...
> - We are still not being credited in the about box.

Credits are in the Help menu under Acknowledgments. I put them here as  
it seems to be the standard location on Mac OS X (at least it seems to  
be what is used by Apple for Safari. So I did the same for consistency  
with other applications.

> - On the homepage the GPL should be available directly.  At least make
>  the word "GPL" a clickable link that leads to the license text.


> I did not check EasyWMV.

Will update EasyWMV with the same changes if you are ok with it.

> Out of curiosity: What are the empty directories "ppc" and "i386" in  
> the
> source tarball good for?

They are just the directories from which I run configure to compile  
the ppc and intel binary... I could probably remove them, but I guess  
they don't cause any harm.


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