Commit 61b8af5b authored by Brendan Long's avatar Brendan Long

Remove :::bash prefix from README's codeblocks, since they don't seem to work in GitHub.

parent f4fce226
......@@ -16,7 +16,6 @@ the `--no-deps` argument.
If you don't care how this works and just want a copy of GStreamer from git,
run this:
:::bash
mkdir -p ~/bin ~/gst
git clone git@github.com:cablelabs/gstreamer-helper.git ~/gst/git
cd ~/gst/git
......@@ -34,7 +33,6 @@ run this:
If you want to update your repos, do:
:::bash
git pull # In case this repo has changed
./build.sh --reconfigure --no-deps
......@@ -46,7 +44,6 @@ Sometimes the rebase will fail. If that happens, make sure your repo is clean
(`git status` shouldn't have any output). If you just want to build the repos,
you can build without updating:
:::bash
./build.sh --no-update
See the section on "Using Uninstalled GStreamer" below.
......@@ -77,14 +74,12 @@ you shouldn't use it.
Make sure you check this repo out as ~/gst/$name (~/gst/git for example).
This is a requirement of gst-uninstalled.
:::bash
mkdir -p ~/gst
git clone git@github.com:cablelabs/gstreamer-helper.git ~/gst/git
cd ~/gst/git
To clone the repos or update your clones, run:
:::bash
./build.sh
Right now, this will build gstreamer, gst-plugins-base, gst-plugins-good,
......@@ -99,7 +94,6 @@ you build or run any GStreamer programs, they will use the git copies.
Make sure ~/bin is in your PATH if it's not already:
:::bash
echo 'export PATH=~/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.bashrc
source ~/.bashrc # or close your terminal and re-open it
......@@ -109,7 +103,6 @@ Now you can run `gst-git` (or `gst-$name`) to get into the uninstalled
GStreamer environment. I've found that it's more useful to just prefix
commands with gst-git. For example, building and running WebKit:
:::bash
gst-git Tools/Scripts/build-webkit --qt --video-track
gst-git Tools/Scripts/run-launcher --qt
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