Error with FFMPEG

Gus webmaster at
Tue May 12 04:34:49 PDT 2009

I definitely ran the selfupdate command and was told all was current  
no additional bits were needed..
sudo port selfupdate


On 12/05/2009, at 9:06 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On May 12, 2009, at 05:45, Gus wrote:
>> On 12/05/2009, at 8:38 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On May 11, 2009, at 16:46, David Evans wrote:
>>>>>> You need to upgrade XCode to version 3.1 or better.  This is a  
>>>>>> know error in version 3.0.
>>>>> In that case, the x264 port should prevent installation on  
>>>>> Leopard with Xcode versions earlier than 3.1. Some code for  
>>>>> doing this which has been used in many ports already can be  
>>>>> copied to the x264 portfile from e.g. the graphviz portfile  
>>>>> (though you'd adjust the required Xcode version number to 3.1).
>>>> The code you mention was added in r49663 so I'm not sure what  
>>>> happened here.  Looks like it should work.
>>> Oh, you're right. Then I don't know. Maybe the user's ports were  
>>> out of date.
>> I am not sure if the port was out of date as it was downloaded  
>> within 24 hours of making the post. to this list..
> When you say "it was downloaded" do you mean you ran "sudo port  
> sync" or "sudo port selfupdate" within 24 hours, or just that you  
> ran "sudo port install" within 24 hours?
> r49663 was committed on 2009-04-14 so if you synced or selfupdated  
> anytime after that date you should have had the code in the portfile  
> that prevents installation with Xcode < 3.1.

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