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authorniels <niels@dyne.org>2011-02-12 17:06:16 (GMT)
committer niels <niels@dyne.org>2011-02-12 17:06:16 (GMT)
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diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/INSTALL b/veejay-next/veejay-server/INSTALL
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+`--srcdir=DIR'
+ Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
+ `configure' can determine that directory automatically.
+
+`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
+`configure --help' for more details.
+
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/Makefile.am b/veejay-next/veejay-server/Makefile.am
index e309920..26cb49c 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/Makefile.am
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/Makefile.am
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@
SUBDIRS = mjpegtools aclib libOSC libhash libvjmsg libvjmem
SUBDIRS += bio2jack libvevo liblzo libplugger libvjnet libyuv libel vevosample
SUBDIRS += veejay
-SUBDIRS += man
EXTRA_DIST = \
autogen.sh\
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/NEWS b/veejay-next/veejay-server/NEWS
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/NEWS
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/README b/veejay-next/veejay-server/README
index 306ddc2..b0ab8fb 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/README
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/README
@@ -13,3 +13,31 @@
0x0x10 x10x0x10x0x10x 10x0x10x0x10x0 0x010x0 0x0x 0x10 0x0x
+
+This is alpha software, loose-ends, unexpected crashes. undeterministic behaviour
+
+configure with
+
+$ ./configure --enable-strict --enable-debug
+
+
+non-debug mode does not compile.
+
+
+$ export VEEJAY_INTERNAL_FORMAT=
+
+1 = yuv 4 4 4 planar 8 bit
+2 = r g b a , 24bpp 8 bit
+3 = yuv 4 4 4 16bit (currently only little endian)
+4 = yuv 4 2 0 8 bit (fastest)
+5 = yuv 4 2 0 jpeg
+
+default:
+ yuv 4 4 4 jpeg (8 bit)
+
+note:
+ veejay sdl display driver converts 16bit to 8 bit before displaying,
+ so no joy yet. opengl display driver in progress
+
+
+$ fgrep getenv * -R # see environment options, if you need configuring.
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/buildinfo.sh b/veejay-next/veejay-server/buildinfo.sh
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..7163fd4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/buildinfo.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+HOST=`uname -n`
+KERNEL=`uname -r`
+MACHINE=`uname -m`
+OS=`uname -s`
+DATE=`date -u "+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"`
+cat <<EOF >build.h
+/*
+* buildinfo.h
+* Do not edit this file, it is auto-generated.
+*/
+#define BUILD_HOSTNAME "${HOST}"
+#define BUILD_KERNEL "${KERNEL}"
+#define BUILD_MACHINE "${MACHINE}"
+#define BUILD_OS "${OS}"
+#define BUILD_DATE "${DATE} UTC"
+EOF
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/config.h.in b/veejay-next/veejay-server/config.h.in
index 5fa8544..81f58b6 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/config.h.in
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/config.h.in
@@ -12,9 +12,6 @@
/* Compiling for x86-64 architecture CPU */
#undef ARCH_X86_64
-/* Compiling in 10bit */
-#undef DEPTH10
-
/* Define to 1 if you have the <alloca.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_ALLOCA_H
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/configure.ac b/veejay-next/veejay-server/configure.ac
index 303ad42..809827e 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/configure.ac
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/configure.ac
@@ -479,7 +479,7 @@ EOF
fi
if test ! -r $srcdir/cpuinfo.sh; then
- AC_MSG_ERROR([cpuinfo.sh script not found - do a cvs update])
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([cpuinfo.sh script not found. ])
fi
@@ -1021,7 +1021,6 @@ libel/Makefile
vevosample/Makefile
bio2jack/Makefile
veejay/Makefile
-man/Makefile
veejay.pc
])
AC_OUTPUT
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/cpuinfo.sh b/veejay-next/veejay-server/cpuinfo.sh
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..175e31b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/cpuinfo.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,346 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+
+if test x"$CC" = x; then
+ CC=gcc
+fi
+
+if test $# -ne 1; then
+ echo "Please give the arch (ppc or x86) as an argument!" 1>&2
+ exit 1
+fi
+
+if test `uname -s` = Darwin; then
+ IsDarwin=yes
+else
+ IsDarwin=no
+fi
+
+target=$1
+
+cc_version=`$CC -dumpversion`
+_cc_major=`echo $cc_version | cut -d'.' -f1`
+_cc_minor=`echo $cc_version | cut -d'.' -f2`
+
+if test $_cc_major -ge 4; then
+ _opt_mcpu="-mtune"
+else
+ _opt_mcpu="-mcpu"
+fi
+
+do_cc()
+{
+ $CC -o conftest conftest.c $@ >/dev/null 2>&1
+}
+
+extcheck()
+{
+cat > conftest.c <<EOF
+#include <signal.h>
+void catch() { exit(1); }
+int main(void){
+ signal(SIGILL, catch);
+ __asm__ __volatile__ ("$1":::"memory");
+ exit(0);
+}
+EOF
+
+do_cc
+if test -x ./conftest; then
+ ./conftest
+ if test $? -ne 0; then
+ return 1
+ fi
+ return 0
+else
+ return 1
+fi
+}
+
+do_x86()
+{
+
+CFLAGS=-O
+if test $IsDarwin = yes; then
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fno-pic -Wl,-read_only_relocs -Wl,suppress"
+fi
+
+if test -r /proc/cpuinfo; then
+ _cpuinfo="cat /proc/cpuinfo"
+else
+ $CC $CFLAGS -o cpuinfo utils/cpuinfo.c
+ _cpuinfo="./cpuinfo"
+fi
+
+# Cpu determination logic adapted from the MPlayer configure script.
+
+pname=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | cut -d ':' -f 2 | head -n 1`
+pvendor=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'vendor_id' | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2 | head -n 1`
+pfamily=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'cpu family' | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2 | head -n 1`
+pmodel=`$_cpuinfo | grep -v 'model name' | grep 'model' | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2 | head -n 1`
+pstep=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'stepping' | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d' ' -f2 | head -n 1`
+pparam=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'features' | cut -d':' -f2 | head -n 1`
+
+if test -z "$pparam" ; then
+ pparam=`$_cpuinfo | grep 'flags' | cut -d ':' -f 2 | head -n 1`
+fi
+
+_mmx=no
+_3dnow=no
+_3dnowex=no
+_mmx2=no
+_sse=no
+_sse2=no
+_mtrr=no
+
+for i in $pparam ; do
+ case "$i" in
+ 3dnow) _3dnow=yes ;;
+ 3dnowext) _3dnow=yes _3dnowex=yes ;;
+ mmx) _mmx=yes ;;
+ mmxext) _mmx2=yes ;;
+ mtrr|k6_mtrr|cyrix_arr) _mtrr=yes ;;
+ xmm|sse|kni) _sse=yes _mmx2=yes ;;
+ sse2) _sse2=yes ;;
+ esac
+done
+
+case "$pvendor" in
+ AuthenticAMD)
+ case "$pfamily" in
+ 3)proc=i386
+ ;;
+ 4) proc=i486
+ ;;
+ 5) iproc=586
+ # models are: K5/SSA5 K5 K5 K5 ? ? K6 K6 K6-2 K6-3
+ # K6 model 13 are the K6-2+ and K6-III+
+ if test "$pmodel" -eq 9 -o "$pmodel" -eq 13; then
+ proc=k6-3
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 8; then
+ proc=k6-2
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 6; then
+ proc=k6
+ else
+ proc=i586
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 6) iproc=686
+ if test "$pmodel" -ge 7; then
+ proc=athlon-4
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 6; then
+ if test "$_sse" = yes && test "$pstep" -ge 2; then
+ proc=athlon-xp
+ else
+ proc=athlon-4
+ fi
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 4; then
+ proc=athlon-tbird
+ else
+ proc=athlon
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 15)
+ # Despite what the gcc into says 'athlon64' is not accepted as
+ # synonym for 'k8'
+ proc=k8
+ ;;
+ 16)
+ proc=barcelona
+ ;;
+ *) proc=athlon-xp
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ GenuineIntel)
+ case "$pfamily" in
+ 3) proc=i386
+ ;;
+ 4) proc=i486
+ ;;
+ 5) iproc=586
+ if test "$pmodel" -eq 4 || test "$pmodel" -eq 8; then
+ proc=pentium-mmx # 4 is desktop, 8 is mobile
+ else
+ proc=i586
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 6) iproc=686
+ if test "$pmodel" -ge 23; then
+ proc=core2
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 15; then
+ proc=nocona
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 13; then
+ proc=pentium-m
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 7; then
+ proc=pentium3
+ elif test "$pmodel" -ge 3; then
+ proc=pentium2
+ else
+ proc=i686
+ fi
+ ;;
+ 15) proc=pentium4
+ ;;
+ *) proc=pentium4
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ unknown)
+ case "$pfamily" in
+ 3) proc=i386
+ ;;
+ 4) proc=i486
+ ;;
+ *) proc=i586
+ ;;
+ esac
+ ;;
+ *)
+ proc=i586
+ ;;
+esac
+
+# check that gcc supports our CPU, if not, fall back to earlier ones
+
+cat > conftest.c << EOF
+int main(void) { return 0; }
+EOF
+if test "$proc" = "athlon64" ; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=athlon-xp
+fi
+
+if test "$proc" = "athlon-xp" || test "$proc" = "athlon-4" || test "$proc" = "athlon-tbird"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=athlon
+fi
+
+if test "$proc" = "k6-3" || test "$proc" = "k6-2"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=k6
+fi
+
+if test "$proc" = "k6"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc
+ if test $? -ne 0; then
+ if do_cc -march=i586 $_opt_mcpu=i686; then
+ proc=i586-i686
+ else
+ proc=i586
+ fi
+ fi
+fi
+
+# Seems some variants of gcc accept 'core2' instead of 'nocona'.
+if test "$proc" = "core2"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=nocona
+fi
+
+if test "$proc" = "pentium4" || test "$proc" = "pentium3" || test "$proc" = "pentium2" || test "$proc" = "athlon"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=i686
+fi
+if test "$proc" = "i686" || test "$proc" = "pentium-mmx"; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=i586
+fi
+if test "$proc" = "i586" ; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=i486
+fi
+if test "$proc" = "i486" ; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=i386
+fi
+if test "$proc" = "i386" ; then
+ do_cc -march=$proc $_opt_mcpu=$proc || proc=error
+fi
+if test "$proc" = "error" ; then
+#dont care , dont set
+ _mcpu=""
+ _march=""
+elif test "$proc" = "i586-i686"; then
+ _march="-march=i586"
+ _mcpu="$_opt_mcpu=i686"
+else
+ _march="-march=$proc"
+ _mcpu="$_opt_mcpu=$proc"
+fi
+
+if test $_cc_major -ge 3; then
+ extcheck "xorps %%xmm0, %%xmm0" || _gcc3_ext="$_gcc3_ext -mno-sse"
+ extcheck "xorpd %%xmm0, %%xmm0" || _gcc3_ext="$_gcc3_ext -mno-sse2"
+
+ if test x"$_gcc3_ext" != "x"; then
+ # if we had to disable sse/sse2 because the active kernel does not
+ # support this instruction set extension, we also have to tell
+ # gcc3 to not generate sse/sse2 instructions for normal C code
+ cat > conftest.c << EOF
+int main(void) { return 0; }
+EOF
+ do_cc $_march $_gcc3_ext && _march="$_march $_gcc3_ext"
+ fi
+fi
+
+echo $_march $_mcpu
+rm -f conftest.c conftest cpuinfo
+return 0
+}
+
+do_ppc()
+{
+# Linux on a PPC has /proc/info
+# Darwin (OS/X) has the hostinfo command
+# If neither of those we have no idea what to do - so do nothing.
+if test -r /proc/cpuinfo; then
+ proc=`grep cpu /proc/cpuinfo | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d',' -f1 | cut -b 2- | head -n 1`
+elif test $IsDarwin = yes; then
+ proc=`hostinfo | grep "Processor type" | cut -f3 -d' ' | sed 's/ppc//'`
+else
+ return 0
+fi
+
+case "$proc" in
+ 601) _march="$_opt_mcpu=601" _mcpu='-mtune=601'
+ ;;
+ 603) _march="$_opt_mcpu=603" _mcpu='-mtune=603'
+ ;;
+ 603e|603ev) _march="$_opt_mcpu=603e" _mcpu='-mtune=603e'
+ ;;
+ 604|604e|604r|604ev) _march="$_opt_mcpu=604" _mcpu='-mtune=604'
+ ;;
+ 740|740/750|745/755) _march="$_opt_mcpu=740" _mcpu='-mtune=740'
+ ;;
+ 750|750CX) _march="$_opt_mcpu=750" _mcpu='-mtune=750'
+ ;;
+ *) ;;
+esac
+
+# gcc 3.1(.1) and up supports 7400 and 7450
+if test "$_cc_major" -ge "3" && test "$_cc_minor" -ge "1" || test "$_cc_major" -ge "4"; then
+ case "$proc" in
+ 7400*|7410*) _march="$_opt_mcpu=7400" _mcpu='-mtune=7400' ;;
+ 7450*|7455*) _march="$_opt_mcpu=7450" _mcpu='-mtune=7450' ;;
+ *) ;;
+ esac
+fi
+
+# gcc 3.2 and up supports 970
+if test "$_cc_major" -ge "3" && test "$_cc_minor" -ge "3" || test "$_cc_major" -ge "4"; then
+ case "$proc" in
+ 970*) if test $IsDarwin = yes; then
+ _march="$_opt_mcpu=G5 -mpowerpc64 -mpowerpc-gpopt -falign-loops=16 -force_cpusubtype_ALL" _mcpu='-mtune=G5'
+ else
+ _march="$_opt_mcpu=970" _mcpu='-mtune=970'
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *) ;;
+ esac
+fi
+
+echo $_march $_mcpu
+return 0
+}
+
+#
+# The script that runs the various functions above
+#
+
+if test $target = x86; then
+ do_x86
+elif test $target = ppc; then
+ do_ppc
+fi
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/mjpegtools/Makefile b/veejay-next/veejay-server/mjpegtools/Makefile
index 9340e41..79e585b 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/mjpegtools/Makefile
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/mjpegtools/Makefile
@@ -67,19 +67,19 @@ DIST_SOURCES = $(libmjpegutils_la_SOURCES)
ETAGS = etags
CTAGS = ctags
DISTFILES = $(DIST_COMMON) $(DIST_SOURCES) $(TEXINFOS) $(EXTRA_DIST)
-ACLOCAL = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run aclocal-1.9
+ACLOCAL = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run aclocal-1.9
ALTIVEC_CFLAGS =
AMDEP_FALSE = #
AMDEP_TRUE =
-AMTAR = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run tar
+AMTAR = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run tar
AR = ar
ARCH_PPC_FALSE =
ARCH_PPC_TRUE = #
ARCH_X86_FALSE = #
ARCH_X86_TRUE =
-AUTOCONF = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run autoconf
-AUTOHEADER = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run autoheader
-AUTOMAKE = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run automake-1.9
+AUTOCONF = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run autoconf
+AUTOHEADER = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run autoheader
+AUTOMAKE = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run automake-1.9
AWK = gawk
BUILD_CPU = i686
BUILD_OS = linux-gnu
@@ -214,7 +214,7 @@ LT_REVISION = 0
MAINT = #
MAINTAINER_MODE_FALSE =
MAINTAINER_MODE_TRUE = #
-MAKEINFO = ${SHELL} /home/control/dev/veejay-server/missing --run makeinfo
+MAKEINFO = ${SHELL} /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/missing --run makeinfo
OBJEXT = o
OP_CFLAGS =
PACKAGE = veejay
@@ -284,7 +284,7 @@ host_vendor = pc
htmldir = ${docdir}
includedir = ${prefix}/include
infodir = ${datarootdir}/info
-install_sh = /home/control/dev/veejay-server/install-sh
+install_sh = /home/control/dd/veejay/veejay-next/veejay-server/install-sh
libdir = ${exec_prefix}/lib
libexecdir = ${exec_prefix}/libexec
localedir = ${datarootdir}/locale
diff --git a/veejay-next/veejay-server/veejay/Makefile.am b/veejay-next/veejay-server/veejay/Makefile.am
index 3b30566..22051f3 100644
--- a/veejay-next/veejay-server/veejay/Makefile.am
+++ b/veejay-next/veejay-server/veejay/Makefile.am
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-# Makefile for veejay
+# Makefile for veejayng
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = Makefile.in
AM_CFLAGS=$(OP_CFLAGS)
INCLUDES = -I$(top_srcdir) -I$(includedir) \
- -DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"veejay\" -DVEEJAY_VERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" \
+ -DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"veejayng\" -DVEEJAYNG_VERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" \
-I$(top_srcdir)/mjpegtools \
-I /usr/X11R6/include -I$(top_srcdir)/libOSC \
-I$(top_srcdir)/libhash \
@@ -23,20 +23,20 @@ INCLUDES = -I$(top_srcdir) -I$(includedir) \
pkginclude_HEADERS = vims.h
-VEEJAY_LIB_FILE = libveejay.la
+VEEJAYNG_LIB_FILE = libveejayng.la
-lib_LTLIBRARIES = $(VEEJAY_LIB_FILE)
+lib_LTLIBRARIES = $(VEEJAYNG_LIB_FILE)
-libveejay_la_SOURCES = stackframe.c jpegutils.c vj-misc.c \
+libveejayng_la_SOURCES = stackframe.c jpegutils.c vj-misc.c \
vj-osc.c vj-event.c vj-eventman.c \
x11misc.c vj-gl.c vj-sdl.c vj-dfb.c vj-viewport.c vj-composite.c \
vj-font.c vj-pjack.c liblavplayvj.c
-libveejay_la_LDFLAGS = -version-info $(LT_CURRENT):$(LT_REVISION):$(LT_AGE) \
+libveejayng_la_LDFLAGS = -version-info $(LT_CURRENT):$(LT_REVISION):$(LT_AGE) \
-release $(LT_RELEASE) -no-undefined -export-dynamic $(DEBUGLIBS)
-libveejay_la_LIBADD = -L$(top_builddir)/mjpegtools/ -lmjpegutils \
+libveejayng_la_LIBADD = -L$(top_builddir)/mjpegtools/ -lmjpegutils \
-L$(top_builddir)/libOSC -lOSC \
-L$(top_builddir)/libhash -lhash \
-L$(top_builddir)/liblzo -lminilzo \
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ libveejay_la_LIBADD = -L$(top_builddir)/mjpegtools/ -lmjpegutils \
-L$(top_builddir)/libyuv -lyuv \
-L$(top_builddir)/libvevo -lvevo
-libveejay_la_LDFLAGS += $(SDL_LIBS) $(DIRECTFB_LIBS) $(X_LIBS) $(PTHREAD_LIBS) $(FT_LDFLAGS) $(FT_LIBS) \
+libveejayng_la_LDFLAGS += $(SDL_LIBS) $(DIRECTFB_LIBS) $(X_LIBS) $(PTHREAD_LIBS) $(FT_LDFLAGS) $(FT_LIBS) \
$(XML2_LIBS) $(JPEG_LIBS) $(UNICAP_LIBS) $(LIBLO_LIBS) \
$(FFMPEG_LIBS) $(XINERAMA_LIBS) $(GLU_LIBS) \
$(LIBDV_LIBS) $(LIBM_LIBS) $(PIXBUF_LIBS) $(JACK_LIBS) $(LIBQUICKTIME_LIBS) $(SAMPLERATE_LIBS) \
@@ -59,22 +59,18 @@ libveejay_la_LDFLAGS += $(SDL_LIBS) $(DIRECTFB_LIBS) $(X_LIBS) $(PTHREAD_LIBS) $
# *********************************************************************
# The tools themselves
-VEEJAY_BIN = veejay
-VEVOTEST_BIN=vevotest
+VEEJAYNG_BIN = veejayng
-bin_PROGRAMS = $(VEEJAY_BIN) $(VEVOTEST_BIN)
+bin_PROGRAMS = $(VEEJAYNG_BIN) $(VEVOTEST_BIN)
-veejay_headers = vims.h jpegutils.h vevo.h vj-composite.h vj-jack.h \
+veejayng_headers = vims.h jpegutils.h vevo.h vj-composite.h vj-jack.h \
vj-OSC.h vj-viewport.h lav_common.h vims.h vj-dfb.h \
- vj-viewport-xml.h libveejay.h \
+ vj-viewport-xml.h libveejayng.h \
vj-audio.h vj-event.h vj-lib.h vj-plug.h x11misc.h \
- veejay.h vj-bjack.h vj-font.h vj-misc.h vj-sdl.h
+ veejayng.h vj-bjack.h vj-font.h vj-misc.h vj-sdl.h
-veejay_SOURCES = veejay.c ${veejay_headers}
-veejay_LDADD = libveejay.la @LIBGETOPT_LIB@
-
-vevotest_SOURCES=vevotest.c ${veejay_headers}
-vevotest_LDADD= libveejay.la @LIBGETOPT_LIB@
+veejayng_SOURCES = veejay.c ${veejayng_headers}
+veejayng_LDADD = libveejayng.la @LIBGETOPT_LIB@