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Re: Audio testers wanted

Hi David

Thanks for your quick response - not a technical issue then.

I can build audacity on x86_64 with %__make %{?_smp_mflags} - yet in the 
spec file it is noted that "_smp_mflags cause problems" - is this 
platform specific?

Anyway, positive karma for the x86_64 on bodhi.

With best regards, Simon

Am 17.07.2010 01:33, schrieb David Timms:
> On 17/07/10 01:09, Simon Lewis wrote:
> ...
>>> Many thanks for actual audacity and rakarrack versions.
>>> Out of curiosity are there any particular reasons for not using twolame
>>> and disabling ffmpeg in Audacity?
> Firstly, our guidelines require that when an upstream source archive
> includes third party libraries, access to these internal libraries must
> be disabled and the package instead (Build)Require the separately
> packaged external library:
> <http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging/Guidelines#Duplication_of_system_libraries>
> ffmpeg: can't be in fedora, therefore we can't require it.
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Forbidden_items#DVD_Playback
> twolame: this seems to be an alternative to libmad. However, neither can
> be included in a Fedora build:
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Forbidden_items#MP3_Support
> ffmpeg and libmad are enabled at the rpmfusion.org build.
> Meanwhile, I would appreciate results of testing you did in the bodhi
> comments, with a thumbs up or down depending on what you found ;-)
> {thanks to our other music@xxxxxx users who have provided comments so
> far}, David Timms.
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