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Cripe. Pressed 'enter' with focus in the wrong spot!
Anyway, GNOME 2.2.2 came with gstreamer 0.6.2:
It would be nice to see Red Hat ship that version. Support for error handling
makes a gstreamer-based Totem useable. I know Red Hat isn't shipping Totem or
other gstreamer based multimedia players, but getting that support out into the
hands of developers can only be a good thing.
I can't really speak as to the relative stability of the new version, but "it
just works for me", on the few apps I've compiled, indistinguishably from 0.6.0.
I second that. From the web site/release notes, 0.6.2 fixes many bugs over 0.6.1
(which fixes many bugs over 0.6.0) and is supposed to be ABI compatible.
This is in rawhide now. Looks good to me...