Commit 3a2097e0 authored by Sebastian Dröge's avatar Sebastian Dröge 🍵

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girs_dir = "gir-files"
library = "Gst"
version = "1.0"
min_cfg_version = "1.0"
target_path = "gst-sys"
work_mode = "sys"
external_libraries = [
"GLib",
"GObject",
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The directory should specify the directory where the module can be found.
It can be %NULL or an empty string to indicate that the module is in a
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and it doesn't have the proper module suffix for the platform
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The directory should specify the directory where the module can be found.
It can be %NULL or an empty string to indicate that the module is in a
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For example, calling g_module_build_path() on a Linux system with a
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