As some of you probably know, Gstreamer 1.0 was released about 10 days ago.
This new stable release is based on the 0.11 series and hence offer a different API comparing to the 0.10 series.
I realize that while the applications depending on it don't make the necessary port it's of little use, but was interested if there's a "general concept" of its future in Arch.
That is, when will Arch packages be made available, so once applications are ported to support it a package will already be available.
I believe gnome 3.6 requires it, so it will be released for arch whenever gnome 3.6 is. Since it can be installed side-by-side with the older gstreamer, everything should keep working until apps get ported over.
Last edited by bwat47 (2012-10-05 13:17:16)
Allan's link tells all. Good luck with it.
On the other hand there is one always recurring answer: It will be available when it is ready.
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