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    • Cyril Deguet's avatar
      * all: brand new skins interface ( still _experimental_) for x11 and · b7dc5e88
      Cyril Deguet authored
        win32, by ipkiss and myself...
       Among the features:
       - framework rewritten from scratch, heavily based on design patterns
        => new controls can be (hopefully) created more easily, portability
        to other OS is better, and the interface is less dependant from
        the vlc core
       - new concept of "layout", to provide a window with several different
        views (as in winamp3 skins)
       - controls can now be placed at a relative position to the edges of
        a window, which allow controls and layouts to be resizable (e.g
        for the playlist window)
       - Use of libpng and libfreetype2 for better portability between x11 and
         win32 => ttf fonts and antialiasing
       - New DTD for the xml theme ( *it will probably change again* )
       - Very very beginning of scripting in the xml file
       - And many things I miss
       - And probably many bugs ;)
      b7dc5e88
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    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      * ALL: the first libvlc commit. · 9e3ab283
      Sam Hocevar authored
         As for video output 4, this breaks almost everything, but I'll slowly
        do what remains to be fixed during the weekend.
      
         Changes in vlc:
         ===============
      
        * vlc is now a very small program (20 lines) which uses the libvlc API;
         it is quite simple for the moment but can be extended in the future.
      
        * interfaces, decoders, video outputs, etc. are now almost the same
         objects (yes, I know, this is C++ redone in C) and are structured in
         a tree. More about this later, but basically it allows the following
         nice features:
          - several interfaces
          - several playlists with several outputs
          - input plugins spawning helper interfaces (will be used for DVD menus)
          - anything spawning anything; I swear there are useful uses for this!
      
        * libvlc can be used in other programs; I'm currently writing a Mozilla
         plugin for my employer.
      
         Things currently broken:
         ========================
      
        * most interfaces, most ports
        * the playlist handling (almost finished rewriting this though). This means
         no file can be played from the GUI, you need to use the commandline. This
         also means it segfaults at EOF, when exiting the program, and it sometimes
         refuses to open a file when asked to.
      9e3ab283
  31. 25 Mar, 2002 1 commit
    • ipkiss's avatar
      · 8092e418
      ipkiss authored
       * Added a win32 interface plugin, developed with Borland C++ Builder.
         To build the plugin, follow the instructions in INSTALL-win32.txt
      
       * Known bugs:
              - subtitles don't work
              - a crash occurs when the user exits by pressing 'q' in the vout
              - when moving the slider, position in the stream updates even if
                the slider isn't released yet
      
       * TODO list:
              - clean code in menu.cpp
              - adapt lool's enhancements of the Gtk+ preferences box
              - write drag-and-drop stuff
              - and of course, fix known bugs :)
      
       * For those of you who can't wait till the next release to test the win32
         interface, binary files are available here:
         http://www.via.ecp.fr/~ipkiss/intfwin/vlc.zip
         Enjoy!
      8092e418
  32. 11 Nov, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 4865e312
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Fixed compilation (and quite probably runtime) issues under IA64
          due to mixed int/void* casts.
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  33. 14 Jun, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 4b921617
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * DirectX enhancements by Gildas Bazin, such as software rendering.
        * Merged dvdcss_init and dvdcss_open into dvdcss_open, and dvdcss_close
          and dvdcss_end into dvdcss_close. libdvdcss API now has 7 functions.
        * Another failed attempt at profiling vlc under Linux: ported the
          threads API to GNU Pth. Activate with --enable-pth. It doesn't seem to
          spawn new threads for me, maybe someone will have better luck.
        * Makefile optimizations.
        * Automatic build of libdvdcss if not found.
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  34. 19 May, 2001 1 commit
    • Stéphane Borel's avatar
      *More cleanification in gtk interface: now to change the · ab1d6024
      Stéphane Borel authored
      title/chapter/audio/spu/angle, we tell the input to do intead of doing
      it inside the interface. It results in fewer locks during the changes.
      
      *The dvd plugin reads again blocks of 32 sectors to gain speed since
      there are no more lock-ups during stream change. I've also created a new
      file that contain function to described video and audio streams with ifo
      datas.
      
      The changes are made only for gtk. We should update the other interfaces
      soon (beos at least).
      
      There is a memory corruption somewhere that make the vlc crash. I've no
      idea where to search.
      ab1d6024