Commit f000838a authored by Diego Biurrun's avatar Diego Biurrun Committed by Jean-Baptiste Kempf

misc small wording and spelling fixes for the documentation

Signed-off-by: Jean-Baptiste Kempf's avatarJean-Baptiste Kempf <jb@videolan.org>
parent 507decc5
# The format of this file was inspired by the Linux kernel CREDITS file.
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# Authors and contributors are listed alphabetically.
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# The fields are: name (N), email (E), web-address (W),
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# The fields are: name (N), email (E), web address (W),
# PGP key ID and fingerprint (P), description (D)
N: Billy Biggs
N: Billy Biggs
E: vektor@dumbterm.net
D: libdvdcss enhancements
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ D: QNX port
N: Steve Lhomme
E: steve.lhomme@free.fr
D: win32 improvements
D: Windows improvements
N: Christophe Massiot
E: massiot@via.ecp.fr
......@@ -81,8 +81,8 @@ D: OS/2 port
N: German Tischler
E: tanis@gaspode.franken.de
D: FreeBSD DVD input patch
D: FreeBSD DVD input
N: Gildas Bazin
E: gbazin@netcourrier.com
D: various fixes to the Win32 port
D: various fixes to the Windows port
......@@ -6,14 +6,14 @@ Configuring libdvdcss
A typical way to configure libdvdcss is:
./configure --prefix=/usr
./configure --prefix=/usr
See `./configure --help' for more information.
If you got libdvdcss from its version control system, please bootstrap first:
autoreconf -i
autoreconf -i
Building libdvdcss
......@@ -30,15 +30,15 @@ Installing libdvdcss
You can install libdvdcss by typing:
make install
make install
Building libdvdcss for Win32
============================
Building libdvdcss for Windows
==============================
You have two alternatives to build libdvdcss for Win32:
There are two alternative ways to build libdvdcss for Windows.
- on Linux, using the mingw.org or mingw-w64 cross-compilers.
- on a Linux host with the mingw.org or mingw-w64 cross-compilers:
If you are running Debian, there are mingw32 packages you can use.
......@@ -50,15 +50,16 @@ You have two alternatives to build libdvdcss for Win32:
make
- natively on Windows, using MSYS + MinGW (www.mingw.org):
- natively on Windows with MSYS + MinGW (www.mingw.org):
(MSYS is a minimal build environment to compile Unixish projects under
Windows. It provides all the common Unix tools like sh, GNU Make...)
You will need to download and install the latest MSYS and MINGW.
You will need to download and install the latest MSYS and MinGW.
To build libdvdcss you just have to run the following commands:
./configure
make
More on MSys on our wiki: http://wiki.videolan.org/Win32CompileMSYS
More about MSYS on our wiki: http://wiki.videolan.org/Win32CompileMSYS
Changes between 1.2.12 and 1.2.13:
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* Drop BSD/OS and Windows 95 support.
* Rewrite most of the buildsystem, and simplify it
* System dependant code cleanup
* Move to git and rewrite of the history to get proper authorship
* Drop BSD/OS and Windows 95 support
* Rewrite most of the build system and simplify it
* System-dependant code cleanup
* Move to Git and rewrite of the history to get proper authorship
* Drop LaTeX documentation
* Fix build on various systems
* Fix compilation on MSVC
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......@@ -4,21 +4,21 @@ README for libdvdcss, a portable abstraction library for DVD decryption
Introduction
============
libdvdcss is part of the VideoLAN project, a full video client/server
streaming solution. VLC can also be used as a standalone program
to play video streams from a hard disk or a DVD.
libdvdcss is part of the VideoLAN project, which among other things produces
VLC, a full video client/server streaming solution. VLC can also be used as
a standalone program to play video streams from a hard disk or a DVD.
Building and Installing libdvdcss
=================================
See the INSTALL or INSTALL.libdvdcss file for this.
See the INSTALL file.
Running libdvdcss
=================
The behavior of the library can be affected by changing two environment
variables:
The behavior of the library can be changed by setting two environment variables:
DVDCSS_METHOD={title|disc|key}: method for key decryption
title: decrypted title key is guessed from the encrypted sectors of
the stream. Thus it should work with a file as well as the
......@@ -58,6 +58,6 @@ Resources
=========
The VideoLAN web site at http://www.videolan.org/ is a good start for
information about MPEG and DVD playing. Have a look at the documentation
section, as well as the bookmarks.
information about MPEG and DVD playback. Have a look at the support
section to look for answers.
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