CVS Commit: vlc

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Fri Feb 16 07:37:10 CET 2001

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc
Modified Files: configure 

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/include
Modified Files: input_ext-intf.h 

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/plugins/gnome
Modified Files:
	gnome_callbacks.c gnome_callbacks.h gnome_interface.c 
	gnome_sys.h intf_gnome.c 

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/plugins/sdl
Modified Files:

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/plugins/text
Added Files:
	intf_ncurses.c ncurses.c 

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/plugins/x11
Modified Files:

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/src/input
Modified Files:
	input.c input_ext-intf.c 

Update of /cvs/videolan/vlc/src/interface
Modified Files:

Log Message:

 * Fixed a segfault in the input thread creation, as well as a possible
   deadlock. This happened mostly when opening non-existing files.
 * Created input_SetStatus to do input_SetRate's job. input_SetRate will
   be used to set an arbitrary rate, for people who want to read DVDs at
   1/2.71828 times the actual speed.
 * Stubs for the ncurses control interface. No working code yet, but the
   holes just need to be filled.
 * Improved X11 support. Still not as functional as before.
 * The output window now states the method name, so that people know whether
   they are using X11 or SDL.
 * The Gnome interface is now drag'n'drop aware, you can drop a file
   on it just like Xine does (or so I guess).


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