1. 01 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · a70f8bb3
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Mandatory step for video output IV and the audio output quality
          fix: the output threads are now spawned when a decoder needs one,
          so it can decide the audio frequency or the video window size. Still
          under heavy construction, so don't get too excited at finding bugs
          in it yet.
      
          Note: this change broke the XVideo module, so I made its score much
          lower than before. I suspect xvideo.so had a bug before which only
          appears now. Other video output plugins may be broken as well, but
          again this might be due to old existing bugs showing their ugly head.
      
        * Fixed a few buffer overflows in the Gnome interface.
        * The module bank is now a global variable. The video output bank and
          the audio output bank might follow (when they exist).
        * Coding style and organization fixes to the spdif decoder.
        * autoconf and Makefile changes by Arnaud Gomes-do-Vale
          <arnaud@carrosse.frmug.org>.
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  2. 30 Apr, 2001 1 commit
  3. 28 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 0a4aeaa6
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Coding style fixes here and there.
        * Miscellaneous QNX compile fixes.
        * Beginning of the mingw32 port by Gildas Bazin <gbazin@netcourrier.com>.
        * Added Marcari and Gildas to the AUTHORS file.
      
        (I commited the mingw32 port because it doesn't add any new code outside
         the #ifdefs, but we won't tell a word about it for the moment. We don't
         really need windows users whining about bugs, do we ?)
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  4. 27 Apr, 2001 1 commit
  5. 20 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 39db76ab
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        * Fixed build process when no plugins or no builtins were chosen.
        * Makefile changes to get around MacOS X's brain-damaged gcc.
        * FreeBSD configure and Makefile patches, courtesy of Espen
          Skoglund <esk@ira.uka.de>.
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  6. 16 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 6116299e
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Added .cvsignore files in the plugins directories.
        * Additional Makefile cleaning for built-in modules.
        * Fixed Makefile for Solaris target.
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  7. 15 Apr, 2001 2 commits
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      · 79a45f72
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Updated TODO list with Henri's Apr 6th post.
        * Built-in modules support almost finished.
      
          Now you can compile any module within vlc, even the Gnome, Qt, SDL
        and GGI modules at the same time, resulting in an awful extra fat
        vlc binary with gazillons of library dependecies.
      
          The only exception is that the Gnome and Gtk+ modules can't be
        compiled together into vlc. But you can have one compiled built-in
        and the other as a plugin.
      
          Another consequence is that libdl should no longer be needed under
        MacOS X. I'll check this as soon as possible.
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      · 6b3c8540
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Beginning of the built-in modules support.
      
         A few words about the changes:
      
        - heavy Makefile butchery has taken place, each plugin now has its own
          Makefile. I know recursive make blablah harmful, but it was just so
          much easier to do this way.
      
        - Makefile.in has disappeared, we now generate Makefile.opts with
          the overall configuration options, and Makefile.modules which is
          specific to module compilation.
      
        - After ./configure has been run you may want to modify Makefile.opts
          to check which modules will be compiled built-in or as plugins.
      
        - Some modules cannot be compiled built-in right now because proper
          linkage doesn't work yet. We don't really care since they're the
          interface or video output modules. The most important stuff works
          (iDCT, motion, YUV, input).
      
        - It's perfectly valid to compile a module both as built-in and as a
          plugin. vlc will only load the built-in one, but I'll add an option
          to ignore built-in modules for testing purposes.
      
        - We *should* see a performance increase here. I didn't have much time
          to test it, but if anyone can confirm and perhaps give a rough
          estimate of how much we gain...
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