Re: [Ekiga-list] Debian snapshots reloaded

Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le lundi 19 octobre 2009 à 20:09 +0200, Eugen Dedu a écrit :
>> Damien Sandras wrote:
>>> Le vendredi 16 octobre 2009 à 18:35 +0200, Eugen Dedu a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>> Ekiga snapshots (trunk/master) on debian have just been updated, they
>>>> will be available this night UTC.  There are a few changes:
>>>> - ekiga now depends on libboost packages, as per code changes, instead
>>>> of libsigc++
>>>> - all the plugins except pulse are grouped into one -plugins package, as
>>>> per official debian packaging; the replacement from -plugins-... to
>>>> -plugins should be done automatically
>>>> - ekiga is split between one executable, one library and two plugins
>>>> (evolution and ldap).  evolution-data-server is not mandatory: if it
>>>> exists, ekiga will use it, if not it just does not use it :o)
>>>> - temporarily, until some bug involving EchoCanceler is fixed,
>>>> opal/ekiga use speex(dsp) libraries not from the system, but the version
>>>> from its own code
>>>> Note also that the trunk is a bit unstable at the moment.
>>> When pulse is the only audio plugin, does the audio devices page
>>> disappear as expected ?
>> Yes (sorry for the delay).
>> Note that with the snapshots (and debian officials too by the way) you
>> cannot have only pulse as audio plugin, because you need to install the
>> -plugins package anyway, which has video and the other audio codecs.
> If we want to test pulse, it should change (if pulse is the official
> default).

I do not understand well...  We could just tell people using snapshots
to use it (even if the other audio plugins are present), isn't it?


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