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Yes, ti would be good if you put your patches in gerrit :-)
Fix debug on openGL ES (not published, 0004-Fix-debug-on-openGL-ES.patch)
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NB. Dmitry noted that we have reworked tablet support so much that we might as well at it to the release notes now. We have very little tablet bugs right now in any case :)
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@windragon - it isn't really that big of an issue if it is there. The word ffmpeg is a pretty technical term, so I don't expect most people to understand what that even is. If we do have an option in the installer, I would like some mention that it is needed to export animations. That would be good enough for me.
I get it that you probably don't want to confuse users, but would showing an option really be a huge issue? At this rate it would seem that the Windows build should even just have the ffmpeg path selection box hidden and the path hard-coded.
I don't see it in the backlog, it's overflown :( What does stripped down mean here? Custom build with limited features enabled?
Ideally we'd bundle it.
I'm not sure about giving people an opt-out is all that useful.
Well, it does take a bit more space, I don't know if people would start complaining about that 8) Also not every users would need to render animations.
We should note that we include ffmpeg in the license text in the installer.
If you feel like doing it, can you make a copy of the license rtf and add the text there?
I would prefer to have it downloaded like any 3rdparty component
About 5, I'm not sure what would be best...
If files.kde.org doesn't mind 40MB extra of traffic with every deps build done, then it's simpler if you just just throw the original zeranoe build 4.0 packages up there, and I'll add the ExternalProject in CMake to fetch them. Would probably also make future updates easier.
- I would say it needs to be bundled with the installers and packages.
- it should not be mentioned in the installer. It should just be included
- not sure
- I would say keep it in the 3rd party components like boud says
- whatever boud wants
Ben noted on irc that we should use a stripped down version like suse does -- but I'm not sure whether that's an option.