[mythtv] mythtv on PPC machine
bdillahu at peachbush.com
Tue Jul 6 21:28:48 EDT 2004
Look at settings.pro and mythtv.pro in the root level... you also have
to call qmake before you build. Changes to those files should propagate
The ./configure script works fine but only takes effect for the
libavcodec and libavformat (which came from another project, I
On Jul 6, 2004, at 16:07, ebike at paradise.net.nz wrote:
> THanks for the replies folks,
> Yes, there was -DMMX defined in the Makefile, removing that fixed that
> I seem to be missing something in the build process. Is there a global
> file that qmake uses to set these flags? i.e -DMMX -altivec etc
> I am having to go through evey sub-directory and modify each Makefile
> to get
> this thing compiled. I have edited config.mak before I did a qmake,
> but these
> x86 specifioc flags still exist.
> Why hasn't ./configure picked up my platform properly anyway.
> Quoting Torbjörn Jansson <torbjorn.jansson at mbox200.swipnet.se>:
>>> However, I seem to have struck a stumbling block in the compile of
>>> RTjpegN.c, it seems there is some assembly in there for x86 machines.
>>> Is mythtv meant to compile across various platforms? Or am I
>>> the 1st to
>>> try it for a PPC machine?
>>> Is there a way around this (i.e a C version of this file)? Or
>>> use another lib.
>> Wasn't there a define in there somewere that controlled wether the
>> code was used or eqivalent C functions was used?
>> I think it was something about MMX.
>> I remember I messed around with the same problem when I wrote the
>> filters, I never got the inline assembly stuff to compile properly on
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