1. 02 Mar, 2007 1 commit
    • Laurent Aimar's avatar
      Implemented sout-keep per media support. · 8cfee3e8
      Laurent Aimar authored
      You have to use sout-keep option on your broadcast media using 
       > setup your_media option sout-keep
      The default value is no-sout-keep and command line option --sout-keep
      will not activate it (on purpose).
      
      8cfee3e8
  2. 01 Mar, 2007 2 commits
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  5. 26 Feb, 2007 1 commit
    • Laurent Aimar's avatar
      Force VLM stream to not use sout-keep. · d7bc817f
      Laurent Aimar authored
      Fixed race condition with sout-keep.
      Fixed broken sout-keep behaviour (currently active sout can be used
       twice or destroyed..., it might fixed segfaults reported by xxcv))
      
      d7bc817f
  6. 25 Feb, 2007 3 commits
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    • Clément Stenac's avatar
      Add facilities to report and enrich error messages. · 65d21833
      Clément Stenac authored
      The idea is that a given error should be reported only once to the user.
      At the moment, for example, we can get:
      - "no suitable access module" (printed by module_Need)
       - "unable to create access" (printed by input/access)
       - "unable to open stream" (printed by input/input)
       - ...
      
      The facilities provided here are:
      * msg_StackSet( code, message ) : "throw" a new error
      * msg_StackAdd( message ) : Append a message allowing to trace the message
      * msg_StackMsg() : Retrieve the message
      
      So, in the previous example, module_Need would msg_StackSet( code, "no
      suitable access module"), then input/input would add "unable to create
      access" and finally, input/input can print the "unable to open stream:
      unable to create access: no suitable module" message.
      
      The three functions are context-free, you don't need a vlc_object, so
      that we can add verbose error reporting everywhere.
      
      65d21833
  15. 10 Dec, 2006 1 commit
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  20. 26 Nov, 2006 3 commits
    • Clément Stenac's avatar
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    • Clément Stenac's avatar
      Ah Ah · ea6f725b
      Clément Stenac authored
      ea6f725b
    • Clément Stenac's avatar
      A bit of headers cleanup · d3fe7f28
      Clément Stenac 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
  21. 25 Nov, 2006 1 commit