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Wed Apr 28 21:25:55 PDT 2010


Quicktime SDK is an INSTALL_PROPRIETARY=TRUE archive download. The LL archive is  
modified to work with VS2010. The Apple Quicktime SDK has not been modified and  
fails compile.  I cloned 3p-quicktime and with autobuild build and package have 
the libraries.  The procedure worked extremely well.    Then, I modified 
autobuild.xml to point to the local copy. Now the catch, since  
QuickTimePlugin.cmake has:  if (INSTALL_PROPRIETARY) include(Prebuilt) 
use_prebuilt_binary(quicktime) endif(INSTALL_PROPRIETARY)   What autobuild setup 
or command line switch do I use to access the local copy?  I commented out the 
if(INSTALL_PROPRIETARY) and then it pulled from the local  copy with 
autobuild.xml set to the location and md5sum printed as output of  autobuild 
package command.  What are the planned methods to use local copies of what at 
one time were  proprietary or license restricted packages and now can be cloned 
and built on a  local computer and used?  Also, does INSTALL_PROPRIETARY make 
sense when the end result is the library is  on the local computer and can be 
used?
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<html><head><style type="text/css"><!-- DIV {margin:0px;} --></style></head><body><div style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:10pt"><pre>This was fixed is it now a do-over?<br>From April 11,2011 message list archive:<br><br>Quicktime SDK is an INSTALL_PROPRIETARY=TRUE archive download. The LL archive is 
modified to work with VS2010. The Apple Quicktime SDK has not been modified and 
fails compile.

I cloned 3p-quicktime and with autobuild build and package have the libraries. 
The procedure worked extremely well. 


Then, I modified autobuild.xml to point to the local copy. Now the catch, since 
QuickTimePlugin.cmake has:

if (INSTALL_PROPRIETARY)
include(Prebuilt)
use_prebuilt_binary(quicktime)
endif(INSTALL_PROPRIETARY) 

What autobuild setup or command line switch do I use to access the local copy?

I commented out the if(INSTALL_PROPRIETARY) and then it pulled from the local 
copy with autobuild.xml set to the location and md5sum printed as output of 
autobuild package command.

What are the planned methods to use local copies of what at one time were 
proprietary or license restricted packages and now can be cloned and built on a 
local computer and used?

Also, does INSTALL_PROPRIETARY make sense when the end result is the library is 
on the local computer and can be used?</pre></div></body></html>
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