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    • Thomas Guillem's avatar
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    • Thomas Guillem's avatar
      input/item: factor input_item_t New*() functions · e49ee59a
      Thomas Guillem authored
      Remove "int options, const char *const *options, unsigned option_flags"
      arguments from every New() functions since these args are mainly unused. You
      now have to call input_item_AddOptions after input item creation to add
      options.
      
      Add input_item_net_type enum in order to avoid confusion between 2 int
      arguments: i_duration and i_net that could both be -1, 0 or > 0.
      
      Replace input_item_NewWithType and input_item_NewWithTypeExt with
      input_item_NewExt.
      
      Add input_item_NewCard, input_item_NewDisc, input_item_NewStream,
      input_item_NewDirectory, input_item_NewFile MACRO. These MACROS avoid to use
      useless arguments for an item type (for example, it's useless to specify a
      duration for a directory type).
      e49ee59a
    • Thomas Guillem's avatar
      input/item: add input_item_AddOptions · a6fa6686
      Thomas Guillem authored
      a6fa6686
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      input: add support for pointer options to input item · 2822a778
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Pointers cannot be inherited as normal configuration item for somewhat
      obvious reasons. For output parameters, this is not much of an issue as
      LibVLC sets the pointer values directly on its media player object. But
      for input-related parameters, LibVLC would need to store pointer values
      in the media item. Thus this change to input items.
      
      Note that pointers are considered intrinsically unsafe, so there are no
      flags for the time being.
      2822a778