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  4. 26 Nov, 2006 1 commit
    • zorglub's avatar
      A bit of headers cleanup · d3fe7f28
      zorglub authored
      * Headers in include must contain the structures and prototypes needed
        by the plugins and should be named vlc_*.
      * Headers in include/vlc must contain the structures and prototypes
        needed by external libvlc clients
      
      * Moved and renamed some things in headers. 
         - Removed vlc_cpu.h, vlc_error.h (merged in vlc_common)
         - Removed snapshot.h (merged in vlc_vout.h)
         - Removed vlc_spu.h (merged in vlc_osd.h)
         - Removed intf_eject.h and vlc_interaction.h (merged in vlc_interface)
         - Moved all internal headers to src
         - Merged vlc_video.h and video_output.h and move private things to src
         - Removed vlc/intf.h, vlc/aout.h, vlc/vout.h, vlc/decoder.h and vlc/input.h
           (meta headers for use in modules, and often implying too large 
           dependencies)
      * Removed some useless dependencies
      * Unexported a bunch of functions and structures used only in src/
        (--> Still some work here)
      * Finally made input_thread_t and input_source_t (mostly) private. 
        Added input_GetItem to fetch the input_item of an input_thread
      * Cleaned up deprecated entries in vlc_symbols.h and bumped up symbol 
        prefix
      
      This commit has a 99% probability of breaking the build, 0.1% of killing
      your cat and 0% of getting you hot chicks.
      d3fe7f28
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  15. 15 Sep, 2006 1 commit
    • zorglub's avatar
      For consistency, remove references to vlc from libvlc · f485214f
      zorglub authored
      Also, make it clearer what is shared and instance-specific
      
      So,
      libvlc_t ==> libvlc_global_t
      vlc_t ==> libvlc_int_t (internal instance)
      
      p_object->p_libvlc ==> p_object->p_libvlc_globale
      p_object->p_vlc ==> p_object->p_libvlc
      
      VLC_OBJECT_VLC ==> VLC_OBJECT_LIBVLC
      
      And by the way, there is some cleanup required :) (ie, some things are created in the global object instead of the instance-specific one)
      
      f485214f
  16. 14 Sep, 2006 1 commit
  17. 22 Aug, 2006 1 commit
    • Felix Paul Kühne's avatar
      * browsed through all code files starting with A to F and added non-blocking... · 89298c16
      Felix Paul Kühne authored
      * browsed through all code files starting with A to F and added non-blocking intf_UserFatal calls next to msg_err where I think that it is necessary.
      I tried to select the most important msg_errs. If I missed your favourite, feel free to add it.
      Feedback on the wording and the placement of the interaction calls is strongly welcomed.
      
      For the records: I'm using some general topics for most of the dialogues to produce less work for the translators. The current ones go like this:
      "Audio output failed", "Network interaction failed", "Streaming / Transcoding failed", "Audio filtering failed", "File reading failed", "Playback failure"
      
      More to come.
      89298c16
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  21. 27 Apr, 2006 1 commit
    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      Whenever using select() companion macro FD_SET(), one must ensure that · 0ee3f461
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      the specified file descriptor does not exceeds the fd_set limit (FD_SETSIZE).
      Registering a file descriptor above this limit is not defined (read: this is
      a buffer overflow).
      
      This is not normally exploitable on Linux because FD_SETSIZE equals the
      default limit for file descriptors per processes, but should work on BSDs.
      Cygwin is also very prone to this problem (but right, we don't use it). As
      for Windows, it will overflow if you try to select() more than 64 sockets at
      a time (regardless of the total numbers of socket), but for the sake of
      simplicity and portability, this patch actually prevent opening more than
      64 sockets at all.
      
      There are still quite a bunch of plugins that needs fixing.
      0ee3f461
  22. 31 Mar, 2006 1 commit
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