[vlc-devel] [PATCH 3/3] dtv: Thorough rewrite of BDA graph for Win32
okvlc at johnfreed.com
Fri Mar 16 13:00:05 CET 2012
> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 12:13:31 +0200
> From: " R?mi Denis-Courmont" <remi at remlab.net>
> To: vlc-devel at videolan.org
> Subject: Re: [vlc-devel] [PATCH 3/3] dtv: Thorough rewrite of BDA
> graph for Win32
> Message-ID: <201203161213.31978.remi at remlab.net>
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> + if( clsid == CLSID_NetworkProvider )
> + sys = UNIVERSAL;
> I don't see what that is supposed to mean. Whether this is a DVB-IP receiver,
> a remote DVB tuner or an externally configured tuner, it definitely won't
> accept every possible standard. Claiming the contrary will ruin the frequency
> Note that the common code already supports receiving without tuning. If no
> frequency is specified, VLC will directly try to receive the stream, assuming
> something else takes care of tuning.
The purpose was to give a slot to the Windows7 "Universal Network
Provider". But I discovered that that will require another total
rewrite, so forget it, for now. If I need it later I will label it
windows-only. Fortunately, Win7 supports the XP approach of using a
specific network provider. I won't even think about Win8.
> + msg_Dbg( p_access, "EnumSystems: Entering EnumSystems 0314 10:45pm" );
> This is rather peculiar.
just for debugging so I could keep track of when I updated
EnumSystems. I tried two very different approaches and this one worked
better and was far less complex. I can take out the date/time stamp,
which was essentially a note to myself about which version I was
I'm incorporating all these observations and comments and will submit
an update soon.
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