Commandline option development
zedek at fxgsproject.org
Tue Jul 9 11:20:15 CEST 2002
Unfortunetly, this is not what I was talking about. What I want is to be
able to parse my own options contained in the command line.
For example let's I want to use xinerama on the first screen would be
something like that :
vlc --xinerama 0
I think this more clear now. I can't figure out (but I am very tired)
where this code is declared into the tree.
Gildas Bazin <gbazin at netcourrier.com> disait récemment que :
> On Tuesday 09 July 2002 06:12, Xavier MAILLARD wrote:
>> Hello world,
>> As I'm finalizing xinerama support, I'd like to be able to set the
>> xinerama option onto the command line too.
>> I do not know where to find in the dev tree where this is implemented.
>> I guess someone knows it so please tell me :)
> Have a look at include/configuration.h, all the macros and functions related
> to the config stuff are declared there.
> For a quick example look at plugins/x11/xvideo.c and x11.c, you will find a
> section starting with MODULE_CONFIG_START and ending with
> MODULE_CONFIG_STOP where all the config options need to be declared.
> When you want to get the content of a config variable you then need to use
> the config_Get*() functions (look at plugins/x11/xcommon.c).
> Hope this helps,
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