ffmpeg upgrade to 0.10

Issue #34 new
stretchedthin
created an issue

Question.
Is this worth persuing.

I've built ffmpeg 0.10 and it works, but the following packages would have to be rebuilt against it.

{{{

!bash

PACKAGE NAME: 2mandvd-1.7.3-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: bombono-dvd-1.0.2-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: clementine-1.0.1-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: deadbeef-0.4.4-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: deadbeef-0.5.1-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: electricsheep-2.7b12-i586-3vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: ffDiaporama-1.0-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: ffDiaporama-1.1-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: ffmpegthumbnailer-2.0.7-i686-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: gegl-0.1.6-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: gmediafinder-38b8969-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: gst-ffmpeg-0.10.11-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: guvcview-1.4.4-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: k3b-2.0.2-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: kdemultimedia-4.7.2-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: kdemultimedia-4.8.0-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: libquicktime-1.2.2-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: mediastreamer-2.7.3-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: minitube-1.5-i586-4vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: minitube-1.7-i586-4vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: miro-4.0.6-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: mlt-0.6.2-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: mlt-0.7.2-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: mpd-0.16.2-i586-3vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: msilbc-2.0.3-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: openscenegraph-3.0.1-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: openshot-1.3.0-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: openshot-1.4.0-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: picard-0.13-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: qmmp-0.5.0-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: strigi-0.7.6-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: strigi-0.7.7-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: transcode-1.1.5-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: tupi-0.1_git12-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: vlc-1.1.7-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: vlc-1.1.11-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: vlc-1.1.12-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: vlc-1.1.13-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: wxsvg-1.0.3-i586-1vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: xine-lib-1.1.19-i586-2vl70.txz
PACKAGE NAME: xmms2-0.7-i586-1vl70.txz
}}}

After rebuilding what problems should I anticipate. (Could some of the dependencies of these dependencies require rebuilding as well?)

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