I still can't play youtube videos (HTML5 player neither Flash player) on this new beta version under windows 7.
we will drop DEB packages from sf.net in favor of PPA anyway.
And buiding it from source is very easy and doesn't require any noticeable resources other than header files.
@Frenzie, we would need to automate it, it takes noticebale additional time each week, we would need to utilize something like this:https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Build_Service_supported_build_targets
We don't have enough man power to handle all kinds of packages and these were targeting Ubuntu anyway, it's a shame that Debian haven't picked it yet itself, while there exist packages for other major distributions and ports for FreeBSD and OpenBSD (in progress, blocked by Qt5 state).
How about using some distribution-independent packaging system? http://0install.net/ reads interesting. I think such would make sense for Otter.
YouTube videos are playing here with beta 4 on Windows 7.
@zundapp, you need to have system-wide codecs (32 bit for 32 build or 64 bit for 64 bit build), we are investigating how to solve this properly (for example, bundle them).Please post more details about that flash issue, is it just YT or any flash content (not just player(s))?
@py-thon, have you tried that in case of Otter?If development packages have proper dependencies then it is enough to install header files (usually packages with -dev suffix) for qt5multimedia, qt5script, qt5webkitwidgets (it might be also just qt5webkit) and qt5sql (might get removed later).
OTTER_VERSION_MAIN=$(grep OTTER_VERSION_MAIN otter.pro | grep -Eo "([0-9].?)*")OTTER_VERSION_CONTEXT=$(grep OTTER_VERSION_CONTEXT otter.pro | grep -Eo "\-.*")
What might also make sense: a static build with no dependencies (Opera had one, I think). It might take a while to build, but since betas are published only every few months, it should be done. That way, even users of unusual platforms could test this promising browser.
It's safer to extract this from CMakeLists.txt, I would like to drop qmake project file as soon as there will be clean solution to set icon for Windows binaries.
@Frenzie, well, so far the best notifier about something missing in Debian control files is Launchpad, sending the same emails for each architecture separately (from daily PPA). :-D
Uhm, I didn't know that Travis CI is free for open source projects... But I don't have time to research it further right now.
language: ccompiler: - gccbefore_install: - sudo apt-get updateinstall: - sudo apt-get install blablascript: - cmake - make - make backend-unit-test-stuffafter_success: - make gui-unit-test-stuff (does Travis support that? no idea)
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