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  11. 31 Aug, 2001 2 commits
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      - don't use the File input and the Dvd input any more. File has been · 262bda3e
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          rewritten and extended, Dvd wasn't really dvd but just Mpeg2 PS;
        - merge both inputs into "local" input (inputs/local directory);
        - Makefile split/modif/masterization (main Makefile, Makefile.opts,
          Makefile.input, and input specific Makefiles). Recursive Makefiles for
          the inputs;
        - suspend/resume commands;
        - vls.cfg up-to-date.
      
      Current status of the "local" input:
        - Mpeg1 PS (file) : not yet supported (the converter doesn't work);
        - Mpeg2 PS (file) : supported;
        - Mpeg2 TS (file) : supported;
        - DVD (device)    : not yet supported (TODO list);
      
        - need a config file named "input.cfg" (format is comming soon with the doc)
        - --loop option supported;
        - suspend/resume commands work.
      
      Bug fixes:
        - don't throw an exception after a try to stop a thread that wasn't started;
        - settings: small bug (tm);
        - here and there: string building bugs fixed.
      
      TODO:
        - write a exhaustive documentation (first place in the fifo (after some
          sleep in the real life the one with pizzas...);
        - write a DVD reader (IFO, CSS...);
        - write a "seek" command;
        - write a real library manager like the plugin bank of the vlc;
        - previous commit's TODO list (shell like parser).
      
      *paf* (I hope nothing is broken) -- bozo "brain damage"
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  12. 27 Aug, 2001 2 commits
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      - authentification in the native administration module (formerly message · 19887e02
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          admin). Files are "server/nativeadmin.h" and "server/nativeadmin.cpp".
          Note: it's not tested because nothing uses this module  at the moment
          but it should work;
        - more accurate define name (concerns both telnet and native-admin);
        - native-admin configuration options in vls.cfg;
        - Makefile modification to follow file changes.
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      Back from holidays, enjoy ! · f1db247a
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      New features :
        - authentification (see the new configuration file for a good example).
          And _yes_ it works (at least under Linux). Note: my first proposed model
          was very very very bad ;-)
        - the Command parser located in "telnet" was totally obsolete because I wrote
          another one really more powerful. I put it in the "admin" to be able to
          reuse it with another commandline based administration system. So code in
          the telnet => trash;
      
      Misc :
        - implementation of the '=' operator for the C_Vector and C_HashTable classes
          because I needed them in a deep place;
        - removed some verbose debug printf here and there.
        - "exception" verbosity more explicit (
      
      And for change : Bug fixes
        - C_StringTokenizer : was buggy, courtesy to Benny (the bugs);
        - the telnet doesn't eat all the CPU any more when a connection is
          "reset by peer" (tm);
      
      TODO:
        - securization of the native administration system (to be renamed from
          "message" to "native");
        - implementation of a shell-like argument hasher. At the moment the arguments
          are considered separated by spaces (search "####" in server/admin.cpp). The
          new one will have to allow spaces in arguments in some specified cases,
          that's what I mean by "shell-like";
        - use the --loop option given to the start command;
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