avbin 7-1.4 source package in Ubuntu


avbin (7-1.4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Separate upstream's and Debian's build system. Running targets in
    upstream's Makefile causes build failures. (Closes: #721164)
    + Move Debian's build system to debian/build and invoke dh with
    + Fix some warnings in Debian's build system:
      - configure.ac: fix deprecated call of AM_INIT.
      - Makefile.am: move -I and -D to CPPFLAGS. INCLUDES is deprecated and -D
        is supposed to be in CPPFLAGS, not in CFLAGS.
    + debian/rules: Use dh-autoreconf to generate the build system and get rid
      of the manual removal of an incomplete list of files generated by the
      build system.
    + debian/control: Add dh-autoreconf to Build-Depends.
  * debian/control: Remove unnecessary dependency on ffmpeg. (Closes: #721160)
  * src/avbin.c: Port to libav 9 API.

 -- Sebastian Ramacher <email address hidden>  Thu, 05 Sep 2013 14:50:27 +0200

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libavbin-dev: development files for libavbin

 AVbin is a thin wrapper around FFmpeg, providing binary compatibility
 for applications and languages that need it.
 This package contains the header files and static libraries needed to
 compile applications or shared objects that use libavbin.

libavbin0: cross-platform media decoding library

 AVbin is a thin wrapper around FFmpeg, providing binary compatibility
 for applications and languages that need it.
 FFmpeg is a collection of audio and video codecs widely used in
 projects such as mplayer, xine, GStreamer and VLC. It is under
 continuous development; so much so that its developers rarely provide
 a release, and SVN snapshots of the library must be statically linked
 to avoid version incompatibilities.