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    • damienf's avatar
      - vlc_common.h: fix for vlc_wclosedir on MacOS X · cfafc7da
      damienf authored
      cfafc7da
    • damienf's avatar
      - added controlled symbol export support for win32. Now, all visible symbols... · cd5ed364
      damienf authored
      - added controlled symbol export support for win32. Now, all visible symbols in libvlc.dll must be declared using either VLC_EXPORT or VLC_PUBLIC_API. Otherwise, they will not be exported. this has the advantage of reducing the number of symbols in the DLL, saving on file size an binding time at runtime. All exported symbols will be listed in the libvlc.def file.
      This also pave the way for using the visibility feature in GCC 4, adding controlled symbols export for UNIX/MacOS X as well.
      
      cd5ed364
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    • zorglub's avatar
      Add facilities to report and enrich error messages. · 65d21833
      zorglub 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.
      
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