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Source RPM: mkvextract-gtk
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Name: mkvextract-gtk
Version: 0.9.2
Release: alt2.1
Packager: Motsyo Gennadi <drool at>
Summary: GUI for extracting tracks from MKV files
License: GPLv2
Group: Video
Source0: %name-%version.tar.xz

Source1: %name.desktop
Source2: %name.png

Requires: /usr/bin/mkvextract

BuildPreReq: /usr/bin/convert

# Automatically added by buildreq on Thu May 14 2015 (-bi)

# optimized out: cmake-modules elfutils fontconfig fontconfig-devel glib2-devel libatk-devel libatkmm-devel libcairo-devel libcairomm-devel libfreetype-devel libgdk-pixbuf libgdk-pixbuf-devel libgio-devel libglibmm-devel libgtk+2-devel libpango-devel libpangomm-devel libsigc++2-devel libstdc++-devel libwayland-client libwayland-server pkg-config python-base xz

BuildRequires: boost-devel-headers cmake gcc-c++ libgtkmm2-devel

This software is a simple and efficient GUI for extracting tracks from Matroska (mkv) files.
It is written in C++, using the GTK framework.

For now, it uses the tools provided by the mkvextract command line tool.

%setup -n %name

mkdir ./build && cd ./build
cmake -Wno-dev ../src/ \
-DCMAKE_C_FLAGS:STRING="%optflags" \

cd ./build
install -Dp -m 0755 Project %buildroot%_bindir/%name

# Desktop

install -Dp -m 0644 %SOURCE1 %buildroot%_desktopdir/%name.desktop

# Icons

%__mkdir -p %buildroot/{%_miconsdir,%_niconsdir,%_liconsdir}
convert -resize 48x48 %SOURCE2 %buildroot%_liconsdir/%name.png
convert -resize 32x32 %SOURCE2 %buildroot%_niconsdir/%name.png
convert -resize 16x16 %SOURCE2 %buildroot%_miconsdir/%name.png


* Fri Jun 12 2015 Gleb F-Malinovskiy <glebfm at> 0.9.2-alt2.1
- Rebuilt for gcc5 C++11 ABI.

* Thu May 14 2015 Motsyo Gennadi <drool at> 0.9.2-alt2
- fix build for sisyphus

* Thu May 14 2015 Motsyo Gennadi <drool at> 0.9.2-alt1
- initial build for ALT Linux
The Geyser project is based on code from Prometheus2.0, which had been made available under the MIT License.