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  17. 26 Aug, 2002 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      (A few minor pending patches I had around) · b69c9ce1
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * ./debian/control: gnome-vlc recommends vlc-plugin-esd, and kvlc recommends
          vlc-plugin-arts.
        * ./src/misc/messages.c: message queue now prints the current object type.
        * ./modules/*: cosmetic fixes for the --long-help output.
      b69c9ce1
  18. 31 Jul, 2002 1 commit
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  21. 01 Jun, 2002 2 commits
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
    • 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
  22. 24 Apr, 2002 1 commit
  23. 19 Feb, 2002 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 730cc399
      Sam Hocevar authored
         * Got rid of TRACE and intf_DbgMsg which were seldom used anyway.
         * All intf_*Msg functions now write to stderr.
         * Implemented a message queue interface plugins can subscribe to.
         * Wrote the logger interface plugin. Usage:
            vlc -I logger:filename.log
         * Lots of fixes in the SPU renderer.
      730cc399
  24. 07 Jan, 2002 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 1e053ea0
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * ./plugins/mga/mga.c: removed the mgammx module and put the code in
          the chroma_i420_ymga module instead. This introduces a slight
          performance issue as we now need to memcpy() the Y plane, but I have
          some vout4 enhancements on their way which make this point moot.
        * ./debian/changelog: imported official Debian changelog.
        * ./debian/control: activated the vlc-mad and vlc-arts packages; package
          builds should now work again.
        * ./plugins/dvd/dvd.c: solved a symbol resolution issue when vlc was
          compiled without libdvdcss which overflowed the return stack.
        * ./plugins/ggi/ggi.c: ported the GGI plugin to vout4.
        * ./plugins/glide/glide.c: ported the Glide plugin to vout4 (untested).
        * ./src/input/input.c: prepared everything for multi-input mode; since
          no interface is yet prepared to handle this, I changed them so that
          they just use the first available input for now. This may break other
          things, but I promise I'll eventually repair everything :-)
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  25. 30 Dec, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · cc0f0bb6
      Sam Hocevar authored
      Some heavy changes today:
        * Removed duplicate function checks from configure.in.
        * Added extra magic to Makefile.modules so that the module Makefiles
          are now ridiculously simple. And I mean *simple*. Check it! This will
          make a possible switch to full autoconf/automake a lot easier.
        * Added the vlc version name to the plugin symbols, to be sure we only load
          plugins with the same version number. A nasty consequence is that you
          need to rebuild your tree after midnight if you are using a CVS tree :-)
        * Got rid of modules_export.h by #defining exported functions in the same
          header as their prototype.
        * Added modules_inner.h and other commonly used .h files to common.h so
          there are less and less files to include, and renamed common.h to
          <videolan/vlc.h>.
        * First modifications to the module handling system towards my ultimate
          goal to get rid of the *_Probe functions. Got rid of TestMethod and
          TestCPU, as well as src/misc/tests.c.
        * Wrote the chroma plugin handling functions. No YUV functions have been
          ported yet because it'ls a lot of work, but the core system works, I
          tried it with a naive yv12->rgb16 plugin (which will disappear when the
          real functions are ready).
        * Made a lot of functions in dvd_summary.c one-liners to avoid wasting
          too many output lines.
        * Fixed a segfault in input_dvd.c:DVDInit.
        * Added a fixfiles.sh script in plugins/gtk to be run after Glade has
          generated its C files.
        * Did some work on the KDE interface to make it suck a bit less. It still
          segfaults, but at least it runs and it looks less ugly.
        * RGB SDL rendering works again, though in 16bpp only.
        * Made plugins/vcd/linux_cdrom_tools.c independent of any vlc structure
          so that it'll be easily put in a library. Maybe libdvdcss?
        * Fixed VCD date display.
        * Merged vout_xvideo.c, vout_x11.c and vout_common.c into xcommon.c.
        * Wrote non-Shm XVideo output.
        * Made X11 output work again. Still pretty unstable, only works for 16bpp.
        * Additional french translation in po/fr.po. Any taker for the rest?
        * Fixed a segfault in video_output.c when the allocated pictures were
          not direct buffers.
        * If $DISPLAY isn't set, don't try to run the Gtk+ interface.
        * Replaced 48x48 .xpm images with 32x32 ones to conform to Debian policy
          (Closes Debian bug #126939).
        * Removed the automatic ./configure launch when running `make all' for
          the first time.
      
      Stuff currently more broken than it ought to be:
        * The wall filter. Being fixed.
        * x11 and sdl plugins for depth != 16bpp.
        * Software YUV.
        * gvlc, gnome-vlc, kvlc shortcuts. Use --intf instead for the moment.
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  26. 10 Dec, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      * Removed more unused code. · 45281e62
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Updated config.guess and config.sub from GNU's latest versions (bozo,
          you may want to update them in vls as well).
        * Added vlc.pot skeleton for translators.
      45281e62
  27. 09 Dec, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 2be07191
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * COMPLETE CVS BREAKAGE !! The MAIN branch is going to be a playground
          for my nevrotic and destructive pulsions during the next few hours!
      
        * If you want to test vlc, please use the v0_2_92_branch branch.
      
        * Stuff currently working:
           - direct to YUV buffer decoding
           - non-ugly subtitle blending
           - XVideo and SDL video output
      
        * Stuff currently utterly broken:
           - aspect ratio
           - software rendering (ie, all other video output plugins)
      
        * Additional misc changes:
           - Renamed spu_dec to spudec and mad_adec to mad to stay coherent with
             other plugins. Also, renamed mpeg to mpeg_system.
           - Added jobi to the AUTHORS file.
           - Factored code common to vout_x11.c and vout_xvideo.c.
      2be07191
  28. 21 Mar, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 4f551c2b
      Sam Hocevar authored
        * Header cleaning: filled all empty authors fields, added CVS $Id stuff.
        * Fixes to aout_darwin.c by Colin Delacroix <colin@zoy.org>.
        * Fixes to configure.in, Makefile.in and main.c (Altivec detection)
          by Eugenio Jarosiewicz <ej0@cise.ufl.edu>.
        * Added Colin and Eugenio to the AUTHORS file.
      4f551c2b
  29. 11 Feb, 2001 1 commit
    • Sam Hocevar's avatar
      · 95967459
      Sam Hocevar authored
        Beginning of Interface II
       ---------------------------
      
       * Plugins have completely disappeared, we now only use the new module API.
       * All intf and vout modules are now independant. So far, only the Gnome
         intf module and the SDL vout module have been ported. configure.in has
         been modified to reflect the changes (x11 and dummy aren't compiled by
         default anymore, while SDL and Gnome are).
      
        Note that this is _not_ Interface II, it's just a step forward. For
        instance, it lacks the whole message passing scheme.
      
        Things that should work:
      
       * Right-clicking on the SDL video output window brings the Gnome menu.
       * Pause, Play, Exit, About work from the menu or from the interface window.
       * The old SDL keys still work.
      
         Things that are broken or may be broken:
      
       * Xlib calls are not locked yet, which may lead to "Unexpected async reply"
         errors, and make the vlc segfault.
       * Sound only works for the first file.
       * The SDL vout_sdl.c file is absolutely ugly and kludgey.
       * The vlc immediately quits when no filename is given as an argument. Not
         a real bug, but still annoying.
       * The Gnome menu does not work in fullscreen mode.
      
         Things that will come soon, maybe tomorrow:
      
       * Complete navigation buttons (fast forward, slow, etc.).
       * File/Open menu to add files to the playlist.
       * Return of the X11 video output for those of us who do not have SDL.
       * Textmode interface for those of us who do not have Gnome.
       * aout and vout autospawn (maybe).
      95967459
  30. 05 Jan, 2001 1 commit
    • Christophe Massiot's avatar
      BSD port, including : · 454454b5
      Christophe Massiot authored
      * --enable-sdl and some others are now --with-sdl[=name] to supply an
      optional library name ;
      * deleted all unnecessary #include <sys/uio.h> ;
      * /usr/include is now searched when looking for libraries and headers.
      
      It seems to compile and run on BSD. Under Linux Sam's latest commit makes
      vlc crash on startup, so I can't really tell, but hey it compiles.
      454454b5
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  33. 24 Aug, 2000 1 commit
    • Pierre Baillet's avatar
      Hello, · 0765875a
      Pierre Baillet authored
      Some news things:
      
       . I am still going on modifiying the key event handling method to make it more flexible. I still have a few things to get what I'd like to
       . added a keystrokes.h include which contains a generic name of all the VLC keys binding
       . modified some of the core interface routines to allow the passing of an extra parameter with a keystroke (VLC_CHANNEL).
       . next step: move all the interface dependent parts (such as the getKey function) to the plugins.
      
      Hope this will run on your boxes...
      0765875a
  34. 21 Aug, 2000 1 commit
    • Pierre Baillet's avatar
      A few new things: · 9ac8c0ec
      Pierre Baillet authored
      	. The interface part:
      			. created intf_AssignKey, intf_getKey and intf_AssignNormalKeys
      			these new function are a first abstraction of the the key handling system.			It makes use of a new structure in the interface : p_keys.
      
      			. AssignNormalKeys is commonly used in all the interface plugins.
      			AssignKey is used to allow the SDL interface to react nicely.
      
      			. Now the plugin struct element psz_filename is filled (and freed
      				at the end of the program).
      
      	. the SDL plugin:
      			works but does only display a green screen for now. so don't use it !
      
      	. Please try and compile the client on your box with this version.
      		I've tried a few output plugin but not all.
      9ac8c0ec