Commit 8baf6fa4 authored by Stefan Kost's avatar Stefan Kost

scripts: move gst-uninstalled from docs/faq to scripts

Don't include the long gst-uninstalled script in verbatim in the faq anymore
(there is a link to cgit). Dist the script under its new location.
parent 4da2c6b3
......@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ EXTRA_DIST = \ \ depcomp \
scripts/gst-uninstalled \
CLEANFILES = gst-element-check-@GST_MAJORMINOR@.m4
......@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ After the stage, you can follow the directions listed in
You can also run your whole cvs stack uninstalled. The script in
the gstreamer module /docs/faq/gst-uninstalled) is helpful in setting
the gstreamer module /scripts/gst-uninstalled) is helpful in setting
up your environment for this.
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ PNG_SRC =
FIG_SRC = $(notdir $(wildcard $(srcdir)/*.fig))
# extra sources to copy in build directory
EXTRA_SRC = gst-uninstalled
### this is the generic bit and you shouln't need to change this
......@@ -45,12 +45,9 @@ or integrate with autoconf using the pkg.m4 macro (providing PKG_CONFIG_CHECK).
It is possible to develop and compile against an uninstalled copy of
gstreamer and gst-plugins-* (for example, against gits checkouts).
The easiest way to do this is to use a bash script like this (also:
<ulink url="">lastest version of gst-uninstalled</ulink>):
The easiest way to do this is to use a bash script like this:
<ulink url="">lastest version of gst-uninstalled</ulink>.
If you put this script in your path, and symlink it to gst-git (if you want
to develop against git master) or to gst-released (if you want to develop
against the lastest release of each module), it will automatically use the
......@@ -7,8 +7,6 @@
<!ENTITY % version-entities SYSTEM "version.entities">
<!ENTITY gst-uninstalled SYSTEM "gst-uninstalled">
<!ENTITY START SYSTEM "start.xml">
<!ENTITY GENERAL SYSTEM "general.xml">
<!ENTITY DEPENDENCIES SYSTEM "dependencies.xml">
#!/bin/bash -i
# this script is in git as gstreamer/docs/faq/gst-uninstalled
# this script is in git as gstreamer/scripts/gst-uninstalled
# It will set up the environment to use and develop gstreamer and projects
# that use gstreamer with an uninstalled git checkout of gstreamer and the
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