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    • hartman's avatar
      · 38dfc8db
      hartman authored
      * forgot this file in the vlc_b64_encode patch
      38dfc8db
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    • zorglub's avatar
      * ALL: Better announce system · fab59c05
      zorglub authored
        - The SAP handler now runs in a separate thread.
        - RTP sessions can be announced with sap (sdp=sap://,name=...)
      	TODO: Make this more configurable
        - Better SDP generation (the timestamp problem is not resolved)
      	About this, there is a problem : as, for a RTP session, the URI
              is the complete SDP, if the session is recreated, as the URI has 
              changed, a new item is added to the playlist
        - Experimental flow control algorithm :
             It does not follow the "Recommended" implementation, as it needs
             to count the sessions (to achieve this, we should make this work
             together with the SAP listener)
             It is disabled by default (use --sap-flow-control to enable).
             When it is disabled, sap announcement interval is set by --sap-interval
      
      * src/misc/net.c : created net_ReadNonBlock
      * sap.c : Fixed memory problem
      
      
      
      fab59c05
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    • gbazin's avatar
      · c87d50dd
      gbazin authored
      * ALL: changed the prototype of module_Need() to accept a "strict" boolean argument.
      If "strict" is true and a module name is provided then module_Need() will only look for the specified module
      If "strict" is false, then module_Need() will first look for the specified module and if it wasn't found, will continue with the other modules with the same "capability".
      c87d50dd
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