Changes between Version 48 and Version 49 of CompilationGuide/Centos


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Timestamp:
Aug 11, 2016, 1:41:20 AM (3 years ago)
Author:
sbonds
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When working with software straight out of Git, sometimes the latest HEAD version is a bit unstable. This shows how to get back to a release version using Git.

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    3232'''Note:''' If you do not require certain encoders you may skip the relevant section and then remove the appropriate `./configure` option in FFmpeg. For example, if libvorbis is not needed, then skip that section and then remove `--enable-libvorbis` from the [#FFmpeg Install FFmpeg] section.
    3333}}}
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     35If a particular library doesn't compile, this may be due to a new bug recently introduced. You can either skip that library or try compiling an older version. This is especially true for libraries obtained via Git. A simple way to look for the last good "release" is the following:
     36
     37{{{
     38$ git clone <URL>
     39(note that the "--depth 1" option is absent)
     40$ git tag -l
     41(look for the most recent release tag.)
     42$ git checkout tags/<tag name>
     43}}}
     44
     45Then continue the process as normal.
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    3547=== Yasm ===