[vlc-devel] commit: Set the proper flags for item options ( Rémi Denis-Courmont )
rdenis at simphalempin.com
Tue Mar 18 20:57:14 CET 2008
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> vlc | branch: master | Rémi Denis-Courmont <rem at videolan.org> | Mon Mar 17
> 19:38:21 2008 +0200| [208d017e7c250518e1601a9610cec0866012ca37]
> Set the proper flags for item options
^^ That was for M3U.
I am not sure how XSPF works. It seems like it does not handle item options,
which sucks as far as it's used for a "persistent" VLC playlist. On the other
hand, security would suck if it did handle the item options...
Ideally, it would handle item options (but I guess that would be
non-standard), yet it would read the file directly, rather than through the
potentially insecure access/input chain (as with --vlm-conf). That would also
remove the need for the huge XSPF loader hack w.r.t. --sout and friends.
I'm also confused as to how the ':sout='-style per-item options are handled.
Is that specific to the command line? Where is it handled (could not find
Finally, the browsers plugin are still broken. I guess libvlc-control lacks
support for untrusted input item at the moment.
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