[CinCV TNG] Clips and Proxy
igorbeg at visi1.org
Thu Jun 7 18:11:33 CEST 2018
Wow! You say, You do. I didn't think you could create a special build in
a few hours but in a few days.
Just download. I will test it this evening/tomorrow.
Thank you so much, also for your explain "static vs dynamic".
Il 07/06/2018 17.26, Phyllis Smith ha scritto:
> OK, there is a Mint 18 static build which also has other new
> modifications in it besides the fix. This includes an updated JPEG
> library and updated lib265 so back up your work in case of new
> problems. Tar file is at:
> The difference between static and dynamic is:
> "In *static* linking, functions and variables which are defined in
> external library files are linked inside your executable. That means
> that the code is actually linked against your code when compiling/linking.
> With *dynamic* linking external functions that you use in your
> software are not linked against your executable. Instead they reside
> in a external library files which are only referenced by your
> software. Ie: the compiler/linker instructs the software on where to
> find the used functions."
> There are different viewpoints on which is best, but for Cinelerra GG
> recommends the static tar since it provides self-contained software
> that is the easiest to debug if it crashes. Using the tar instead of
> the pkg seems easier to me because you end up with all of the software
> in a single directory - easy to find, easy to delete, easy to keep a
> previous version. gg/phyllis
> On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 1:33 AM, Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org
> <mailto:igorbeg at visi1.org>> wrote:
> Thanks for your hard work. I would like to test a new fix but I
> would to use a build version . As you say, if you could create a
> special tar (mint18.2-static or ub16.04-static) I'll be glad to
> test it.
> Excuse me, what is the difference between static vs no-static
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