I have downloaded the latest from SVN, revision 174, and created a PET (67KB):
Note that the executable is /usr/sbin/gtkdialog, with gtkdialog3 a symlink to it.
Thunor has also been improving the examples, and they are in the _DEV PET (42KB):
Comments:Posted on 3 Aug 2011, 24:48 by abushcrafter
Better Than Mplayer: Mplayer2
Posted on 4 Aug 2011, 3:12 by Iguleder1
Barry - I wrote a build script for MPlayer 2 and it builds ffmpeg statically. You get a 3 MB binary that replaces both packages (and they're huge, it's way smaller) that uses 10-20 MB of RAM.
Small, doesn't take much RAM and much easier to build.
Posted on 4 Aug 2011, 6:07 by disciple
Isn't one of the main points of MPlayer 2 that it has much better support for shared libraries?
Posted on 4 Aug 2011, 7:47 by BarryK
We must have shared ffmpeg, as many apps in Puppy need ffmpeg.
Posted on 4 Aug 2011, 7:55 by BarryK
Hmmm, that's how I have done it in the past, had gtkdialog_DEV-nnn.pet with the docs in it. Wrong though, the PET should be gtkdialog_DOC-nnn.pet.
I have re-uploaded with more appropriate name:
The entries in PKGS_SPECS_TABLE have this:
yes|gtkdialog||exe,dev,doc>dev,nls| #used to be called gtkdialog3
...note for playdayz: I remember when you reported a script in Woof sorted the entries in PKGS_SPECS_TABLE and the comment lines ended up in the wrong places. Well, now Woof supports comments on the same line -- you can't do that with earlier Woofs (pre-Mageia1-era).