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Yet more examples of this broken software problem. I have scripts
which provide the 'bad and ugly' codecs for GStreamer 0.10 which
work very well. I have <br>
had to regress to Jukebox 26 in order for this to work, but it
performs well. I have been unable to find where these codecs go for
GStreamer 1.0 and so can not use it.<br>
Avoiding GTK + 2.x implies porting all 400 Sugar activities to GTK
3! So far as I know only a small number of activities have been
ported not including TurtleBlocks.<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 12/26/2015 12:41 PM, Jonas
<pre wrap="">Quoting Tony Anderson (2015-12-26 15:31:16)
<pre wrap="">Thanks. That sounds like enough to get me going. Sadly, this also
means porting to gtk3 but it will need to be done anyway.
Thanks - a hassle indeed, but urgently needed not only for
* GStreamer 0.10 (tied to GTK+ 2.x) is deprecated since some years
and is now dropped from Debian (and no doubt will be soon from
any other distro that haven't done that move already long ago).
* Systems with small diskspace (e.g. XO-1) can free 200-300MB by
avoiding GTK+ 2.x altogether.
So if either a) your activity uses GStreamer and you care about having
it running on new operating systems, or b) you care about old hardware,
then you already need to migrate to GTK+ 3.x.
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