[vlc-devel] [PATCH] -- improving the art files user experience ....

brezhoneg1 brezhoneg1 at yahoo.fr
Thu Jan 31 01:45:17 CET 2013


     trying to resend this patch in a compressed format, since it didn't 
seem to reach the mail listing the first time. Maybe, it was too big.


Le 29/01/2013 02:41, brezhoneg1 a écrit :
> Hi,
>    Please, find attached a patch for review. This is a first draft to 
> check if this is the right direction to go into.
>    It was tested and it is fully functional.
> Regards
> Erwan
> Le 28/01/2013 21:37, Rémi Denis-Courmont a écrit :
>> Le lundi 28 janvier 2013 17:26:35, brezhoneg1 a écrit :
>>>      So, I just duplicated fenrir's content-based detection code 
>>> into vlc
>>> core (src/misc/image.c) and __ALL__ art files would then be displayed
>>> without any problem.
>> Moving code from plugins into the core is not desirable. It bloats 
>> the LibVLC
>> run-time. And obviously, duplicating code is not a very good idea 
>> either.
>>>      So, the question, is : Would it be ok to move this content-based
>>> detection at the vlc core (src/misc/image.c) so that it can be used
>>> throughout vlc whenever a still image needs to be read ? Or, any other
>>> means to benefit from this detection  ?
>> IMHO, if some code needs to be moved, then the image code should be 
>> moved to
>> the image plugin. The image handler interface is already modularized 
>> anyway.

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