1. 05 Mar, 2004 6 commits
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      * Added "Id" svn:keywords property to all files containing "$Id:". · 45adedc9
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Removed .cvsignore files and added proper svn:ignore properties.
    • sigmunau's avatar
      modules/gui/wxwindows/iteminfo.cpp: · 5dc138d7
      sigmunau authored
       * select the right value in the group-combobox in the iteminfo dialog
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      * toolbox: · dd443c16
      Sam Hocevar authored
          + Do not remove svn directories in autotools/ when using --distclean.
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      * mozilla/vlcplugin.h: · 4e84ec7a
      Sam Hocevar authored
          + Added the 'video/x-ms-asf' MIME type to the plugin (Closes Debian
            bug #232690).
         This commit is also a blatant test of the SVN->CVS mirroring scripts. If
       it does not work, we're screwed :-)
    • Simon Latapie's avatar
      * telnet interface and VLM ( VideoLAN (media) manager): · 59ab7573
      Simon Latapie authored
          VLM is a little media manager. It is designed to launch several souts
          with a unique VLC. It is a kind of "server playlist". For now, it is
          only usable with the little telnet interface I wrote. The features are:
           - complete and barely coherent command line set for media setup and
           - multiple input list by media (like a playlist)
           - loop by media
           - load/save config file (human readable)
           - script implementation (for scheduling, for example)
          If you want to test it, launch VLC with -I telnet, and type "help".
          Beware of the type of the media: vod or broadcast. vod will be used
            - rewrite the telnet interface (beurk)
            - change error message system and create a http interface for VLM
            - implement RTSP clients administration (with vod medias)
            - write a complete documentation...
    • Laurent Aimar's avatar
      * udp: added a 'late' option in milli-second. · b663be1d
      Laurent Aimar authored
       Too late packets according to this value are trashed. By default it is
      0 ie don't trash any packets. (I think it's safer, else we may have too
      much people complaining about broken picture or CSA not working anymore ;)
      The drawback is potential floods of clients...
  2. 04 Mar, 2004 3 commits
  3. 03 Mar, 2004 31 commits