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Old 22nd January 2012, 02:03 AM
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Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver)

In regards to the latest libva update: what does Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver) mean exactly? I saw this message when I updated libva today.

http://www.spinics.net/lists/fedora-.../msg72187.html
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Old 22nd January 2012, 02:53 AM
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Re: Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver)

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I saw this message when I updated libva today.
I'm thinking only after you went looking for it. There is certainly nothing in the Fedora libva rpm package that either contains, or would generate that message.

It's part of the upstream ChangeLog for libva. If you download the libva source code tarball and unpack it, the included file NEWS contains the running changelog.
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libva NEWS -- summary of user visible changes.  2011-10-28
Copyright (C) 2009-2011 Intel Corporation

Version 1.0.15 - 28.Oct.2011
* API: make {Top,Bottom}FieldOrderCnt signed (Yi Wang)
* Add auto-generated Debian packaging
* Refine VA trace & VA fool utilities
* Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver)
* Fix DSO link issue in tests
* Fix fglrx driver name detection
* Fix API vs. DSO vs. package versioning

Version 1.0.14 - 28.Jul.2011
* API: rename VA_DECODE_ERROR_TYPE to VADecodeErrorType
* Fix memory leaks (Edgar Hucek)
* Fix VA trace logs (Alexander Osin)
* Fix vaTerminate() with some applications, e.g. GStreamer

Version 1.0.13 - 30.May.2011
* API: fix VA_ROTATION_270 definition
* Add a simple H.264 encoder "avcenc" (Chang Zhou)
* Fix VA tracer (Alexander Osin)
* Fix vaBufferInfo() interface (Alexander Osin)

Version 1.0.12 - 01.Apr.2011
* API: add VARenderMode interface to select overlay or GPU rendering mode
* API: add VARenderDevice interface to allow rendering to an external device
* API: add VADisplayAttribOverlay{ColorKey,AutoPaintColorKey} interface
* Fix build issues on Android 2.3

Changes for older versions can be found in git log or previously
released packages.
I have no answer as to exactly what it means. I think you'd have to pose that question to the upstream code maintainers.
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Old 22nd January 2012, 06:07 AM
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Re: Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver)

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I'm thinking only after you went looking for it. There is certainly nothing in the Fedora libva rpm package that either contains, or would generate that message.
It was the message I saw when I was doing a system update that included libva (while using "Software Update").

It is notable that fedora does not include the intel i965 vaapi driver anymore.
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=770371
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Old 22nd January 2012, 03:27 PM
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Re: Move i965 driver to a specific repository (vaapi/intel-driver)

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It was the message I saw when I was doing a system update that included libva (while using "Software Update").
Oh! I only use yum at the command line, so if that same message appeared somewhere on the screen when I updated libva (along with a few other items), I failed to notice it.
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