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Feb 21 2019
I originally symlinked libffmpeg.so in vivaldi-snapshot to remove a confusing console warning that stated H264 support was not enabled when in fact, it was working. Generally it is not necessary to symlink. Abi report to smart enough to add it as a dependency if ffmpeg-chromium is added to builddeps.
Jan 26 2019
You should verify hw accelerated video decoding is still working with mpv or vlc imo as part of the test plan, check cpu usage with software decoding and hardware decoding. Test intel with libva-intel-driver AMD with mesa and nvidia via libva-vdpau-driver
Jan 23 2019
Resolved by R883:f0b4d42c5868
Jan 22 2019
R4229:87d09af5b023. Would prefer if you opened a new task in future with a specific reason for updating it. Regardless, thanks for the reminder to update it.
Update to 71.0.3578.98
Dec 19 2018
Dec 16 2018
Dec 15 2018
Dec 14 2018
Very likely to be a hardware issue - i.e. not enough shielding for the onboard audio chipset, so noise from the mainboard comes through. I've had this issue for the past two motherboards i've owned in my main desktop rig. Ironically, the higher quality your headphones or speakers the more likely you'll be able to hear random noise.
Dec 12 2018
Abandoning to cleanup phab, my patience has also run thin on compiling this.
Dec 6 2018
Implement PGO hints and improvements from
I have a working package for this, however, it requires JDK 9 or later without downloading their bundled Java. Several system packages still require openjdk 8 as we have packaged but we have no way to provide multiple java versions currently, see T6658.
i'll do a build without 32bit support to see if the symbols reappear first. I was hoping to avoid having to use emul32. Additionally, there is new documentation and a script for building PGO clang upstream which gives a few pointers.
Dec 4 2018
Update to 70.0.3538.67
Rebuild against system icu
Usual new patches and rebasing to fix compile errors
Requires a newer harfbuzz
Not exactly happy with upstream with their changes, we might have to switch to repackaging the deb in future but this can go in for now. Such are electron apps. Thanks for figuring out the pain points.
Dec 1 2018
This is a different piece of software different from kdeconnect meant for gnome based environments.
Poking @sunnyflunk for thoughts.
Nov 29 2018
patch is an empty file just fyi
Nov 27 2018
Nov 26 2018
Relevant bit from r's configure output after adding pkgconfig(tk) to builddeps. If someone has some time to take a look at this, something about our tcl/tk packages is broken.
checking for tclConfig.sh... no checking for tclConfig.sh in library (sub)directories... /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh checking for tkConfig.sh... no checking for tkConfig.sh in library (sub)directories... /usr/lib64/tkConfig.sh checking tcl.h usability... yes checking tcl.h presence... yes checking for tcl.h... yes checking tk.h usability... yes checking tk.h presence... yes checking for tk.h... yes checking whether compiling/linking Tcl/Tk code works... no
Nov 21 2018
Nov 20 2018
Thank you so much for this, the api changes were a little too over my head.
Nov 16 2018
widevine is nothing to do with ffmpeg though
Nov 15 2018
You can install in unstable now via linux-tools-turbostat. You should be able install from unstable to stable here if you're using stable.
Nov 13 2018
Nov 9 2018
Cleanup the changelog please - remove mention of architectures which are not relevant such as ARM and avoiding citing specific bug report/pull request numbers.
Please cleanup the changelog - avoid citing specific numbers of bug report numbers or pull requests such as 'Closes #999 and others'. A slightly more detailed testplan would able be appreciated such as tested 'Microphone and Webcam input', 'Tested chat functionality', stuff like that
What's the situation with building this from source once again?