jean-paul.saman at planet.nl
Fri Jan 5 09:56:55 CET 2007
Michael Dale wrote:
> VLC plugin. It appears to be broken, example pages implemented using
> (version > 0.8.5.1) plugin spec:
> don't seem to be functional with either a recent nightly
> (vlc-0.9.0-svn-20070104-0002) or the 0.8.6 release.
vlc-0.8.6 and vlc-trunk (0.9.0) are working with the new API and not
with the old one.
> Does http://people.videolan.org/~damienf/plugin-0.8.6.html work with any
> version of VLC?
Yes it works fine with vlc-trunk (of today 20070105) and works fine with
> beyond 0.8.5. For now our site has to point people to an outdated
> version of VLC....
True the old API has been deprecated (which was indicated in the release
notes of 0.8.6 and noted on
www.videolan.org/doc/play-howto/en/ch04.html) in favor of a better
solution that works on Mozilla/firefox (Linux) and Safari (MacOS X)
Tne new API doesn't make a distinction between IE ActiveX (win32) and
Mozilla/Firefox/Safari (Linux/MacOS X). Thus greatly simplifying the
writing of webpages for the VLC browser plugin.
> There has been a bit of activity in root/trunk/mozilla so I hope this
> feature set is not discontinued. Let me know if I can help in anyway...
See comments above.
I suggest you move your webpages onto the new era.
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