1. 23 Jan, 2002 2 commits
  2. 26 Nov, 2001 1 commit
    • Florian G. Pflug's avatar
      *) changed includes from · a3d6b5ca
      Florian G. Pflug authored
          #include <dvdread/...> to
          #include "..."
       *) Darwin doesn't have off64_t, stat64, lseek64. Added
          #ifdef SYS_DARWIN
          #define off64_t off_t
          to dvdread.c
       *) Fixed stupid bug in vout_macos.x. On startup, it would
          try to free a non-existant QuickTime Sequence. This could be
          the reasons for (some?) of the crashes at startup.
  3. 25 Nov, 2001 1 commit
    • Stéphane Borel's avatar
      Support for libdvdread. · b8ff945d
      Stéphane Borel authored
      Libdvdread files are in extras/libdvdread. They have not been changed from
      those of libdvdread 0.9.2. The changes are in the subdirectory videolan.
      They basically consist of a new function in the API that does a readv()
      instead fo a read().
      The library is statically linked with libdvdcss from extras/libdvdcss, and
      the whole is statically linked with the plugin dvdread. Dvdread can only be
      compiled as a builtin module for the time being, I think (which means I
      haven't tried to compile it as a plugin).
      Basically, input_dvdread.c is a copy and paste from input_dvd.c with a few
      changes to use libdvdread calls. It is still in very alpha stage, but it
      should offer the same features as the current DVD input.
      It can be called with either the syntax: "dvdread:/dev/dvd"
      or "--input dvdread /dev/dvd". The command line switches (-t, -T, -c, -u)
      should work too.