Matthew.Romaine at jp.sony.com
Wed May 19 10:18:59 CEST 2004
Could someone explain a little about the set_capabilities macro (or at
least point me towards a more detailed explanation)? I'm having to
implement a demux (for file parsing) and a codec, and I'm not sure what
values to use for each.
In the course of debugging, I have deduced that my decoder is being
passed a decoder_sys_t that is as defined for a52 instead of my own.
This is obviously odd. Has anyone seen anything like this?
For what it's worth, I setup the logger module to output to a file,
but after running and quitting once, VLC won't start up again (it just
keeps bouncing on my dock).
On 2004/05/19, at 15:18, Olivier Teulière wrote:
> On Wed, May 19, 2004, Matthew Romaine wrote:
>> Is there a way to get the messages window to spit to a file? my
>> plugin is crashing vlc and I'd like to see the message sequences to
>> figure out where (yes, i'm a "printf debugger" :)
> Have a look at the 'logger' module, it will generate a log file (name
> and format are configurable in the preferences of this module).
> To enable it, the best way is to start it as an "extra interface"
> ('vlc --extraintf logger', or you can enable it in the preferences
> because it still allows you to use your favourite interface in
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