cmus not detecting m4a files
friedmanjeff1 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 09:35:52 PST 2013
Thanks for the reply.
When I type in the variants commands I get the same results as you:
cmus has the variants:
aac: Support aac files
flac: Support flac files
mikmod: Support mod files
mpc: Support musepack files
I'm not sure how to enable the variants.
I was looking at the installation page for cmus and saw this:
depends_lib-append port:faad2 path:lib/libmp4v2.dylib:mp4v2
configure.args-delete CONFIG_AAC=n CONFIG_MP4=n
configure.args-append CONFIG_AAC=y CONFIG_MP4=y
I'm guessing and I need to use some kind of a command when reinstalling
cmus to enable playback of aac files?
On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 5:20 PM, Chris Jones <jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk>wrote:
> Did you enable any of the optional variants ?
> macmini ~ > port variants cmus
> cmus has the variants:
> aac: Support aac files
> flac: Support flac files
> mikmod: Support mod files
> mpc: Support musepack files
> in particular, if you haven't already try reinstalling with aac support.
> On 16/12/13 17:11, Jeff Friedman wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have some m4a files in my iTunes library and cmus doesn't detect
>> these. I installed faad2 and mp4v2 and it hasn't made any difference
>> (cmus was installed before these).
>> Just wondering if anyone can help? Unfortunately I can't give more
>> information in the way of error messages as there doesn't seem to be
>> any. All my ports are up to date.
>> Best wishes,
>> macports-users mailing list
>> macports-users at lists.macosforge.org
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