GTK audio player

Edit Package deadbeef

DeaDBeeF is an audio player using GTK.
Through use of the ffmpeg libraries, it supports many formats.
It also supports cuesheets, chiptune formats with subtunes, song-length databases.
It can be extended using plugins (DSP, GUI, output, input, etc.).
The GUI looks similar to Foobar2000.

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Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
0003-Fix-operator-precedence-and-uninitialized-value-warn.patch 0000001966 1.92 KB
_service 0000000565 565 Bytes
_servicedata 0000000245 245 Bytes
deadbeef-1.9.5.tar.bz2 0005204015 4.96 MB
deadbeef-adplug-use-cxx11.patch 0000001981 1.93 KB
deadbeef-drop-documents-installation.patch 0000000526 526 Bytes
deadbeef-fix-desktop-file.patch 0000000828 828 Bytes
deadbeef-fix-includes.patch 0000002269 2.22 KB
deadbeef-fix-libretro-compilation.patch 0000001158 1.13 KB
deadbeef-fix-register-cxx17.patch 0000000774 774 Bytes
deadbeef.appdata.xml 0000004286 4.19 KB
deadbeef.changes 0000047790 46.7 KB
deadbeef.spec 0000007878 7.69 KB
Comments 4

Aaron Stern's avatar

ukbeast89 wrote

I have no idea on how to make build more verbose, deadbeef-compiler-warnings.patch will fail to compile for Tumbleweed with it enabled.

Should I enable it again?

Ave Milia's avatar

avemilia wrote

The problem occurs in glib header. It can be omitted if include files are specified as -isystem and not as -I. In general, all external dependencies should be included with -isystem or things like these happen.

Ave Milia's avatar

avemilia wrote

How to install the -plugins-extra version? What toggles restricted?

Alexei Sorokin's avatar

XRevan86 wrote

Packman does.

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