[vlc-devel] What should we do about recursive preparsing?
filip at atch.se
Wed Sep 26 20:34:01 CEST 2018
On 2018-09-26 21:22, Rémi Denis-Courmont wrote:
> Le keskiviikkona 26. syyskuuta 2018, 21.12.44 EEST Filip Roséen a écrit :
> > If one would like to preparse all items, but skip those that take too
> > long (for reasons such as being read over a "slow" network
> > connection), the timeout would help with making such decision. It
> > would then continue to populate the playlist with entities that at
> > least finished their job within a "reasonable"* amount of time.
> > * whatever timeout value would be *reasonable* in this case.
> Again, Reasonable is no more than ZERO.
> ALL items in the hierarchy should be inserted retaining the playlist lock.
> Otherwise shuffle and what-not does not work properly. That or the playlist
> code must be significantly reworked. That might actually be the way to go in
> 4.0, but that seems impractical in 3.0.
Ok, noted and appreciated.
> > > That is how things worked until 2.2.x inclusive.
> > Didn't `2.2.x` suffer from the equivalent delay in preparsing (not
> > "showing up directly") if it started to dive into something which
> > looked local, but was actually remote (like a mounted network share)?
> And again, in 2.2, expand meant expand in-line/immediately. Now expand means
> collapse until the preparser expands.
All the best,\
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