Now how far are we from building a RPM ???
I switch to my Mint or KUbuntu install each time I have to use Handbrake ...
Hanbrake updated their "Compile Guide": they give detailed instructions for Fedora 10
But this sudo yum groupinstall "Development Tools" "Development Libraries" "X Software Development" "GNOME Software Development"
would install 179 packages (80 Mo)
So I tried their next instruction sudo yum install jam yasm zlib-devel bzip2-devel dbus-glib-devel hal-devel gtkhtml3-devel gstreamer-devel gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
. It is 67 packages (23 Mo)
Then I guess that the group install is a secure alternative to libtool jam rpmdevtools bzip2-devel zlib-devel subversion git yasm-devel yasm intltool
from Duli's post.
So I merged the two : sudo yum install libtool intltool rpmdevtools jam yasm yasm-devel zlib-devel bzip2-devel dbus-glib-devel hal-devel gtkhtml3-devel gstreamer-devel gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
: it is 71 packages (24 Mo)
Obviously all this depends on what is already installed on your system.
Let's try to compile ...
I just run make in the directory Handbrake-0.9.3. It is a long process, there are many warning and some downloads. Seems to succeed: got a HandBrake-0.9.3_i386.tar.gz and a HandBrakeCLI.
Now I go into gtk directory, run ./autogen.sh: very fast. and make fast too. I got a ghb executable in the gtk/src directory !
And I can launch the ghb and play with the menu and tabs.
Next I will try to encode a real movie.
2 things bother me:
- I didn't configure anything, but I saw options available in the configure file ;
- did it compile for 64 or 32 bits ?