1. 30 Jan, 2007 1 commit
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    • 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
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    • Clément Stenac's avatar
      For consistency, remove references to vlc from libvlc · f485214f
      Clément Stenac 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
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  11. 11 Apr, 2006 2 commits
    • Antoine Cellerier's avatar
      "too"!=2=="two" · 11532265
      Antoine Cellerier authored
      11532265
    • Antoine Cellerier's avatar
      Fix indentation. · d50656d8
      Antoine Cellerier authored
      I was actually trying to understand why command line option parsing on my computer with self compiled VLC behaves as "If the first character of optstring is '+' or the environment variable POSIXLY_CORRECT is set, then option processing stops as soon as a non-option argument is encountered." while neither of these conditions is true (see the while( getopt_long( ... ) != EOF ) loop).
      Small illustration:
      ./vlc -vvv -I dummy input.ts --color
      All options before the first non option argument work as expected (-vvv and -I dummy). All options after the first non option argument are also interpreted as being non option arguments.
      Help would be appreciated.
      (I've already had reports of other people having the same kind of issues)
      d50656d8
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      As a work-around, accept both decimal separators when... · 6cb1b6ed
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      deserializing floats from configuration (fixes #589)
      
      I know this is NOT the “right” way to fix this.
      The “right” way would be to remove floats from the configuration...
      but there are approximately one float parameter in the core and 46 ones
      in our current plugins set, none of which I use myself. So I am
      defintely not going to rewrite all^H^H^Hany of them.
      
      Of course, it would be cleaner to be “strict”  in what we write to
      the configuration file, than “liberal” in what we accept... but IMHO,
      it is way easier and more robust to be liberal in what we accept in
      this particular case (ie. accepting both decimal separators is trivial,
      while serializing float numbers manually is complex).
      6cb1b6ed
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