[vlc-devel] [PATCH 00/12] Video integration within Qt interface for Windows
ajanni at videolabs.io
Wed May 13 12:09:55 CEST 2020
I made wayland first because I had time and knowledge
to work on Wayland, and made it work even before the
first new Qt interface version.
I've been working on the X11 patch but as there are already
example of how it should work, the main question was what
constraints were needed on the directcomposition side to be
able to design every compositors.
So it's quite alike your catch-22 situation for sout in
which you merged, rightfully in my opinion, patches that had
no uses to be certain that you are not wasting time on a
patchset that might be refused.
As for the interface, opengl and wayland worked since the
beginning of the interface rework and were refused, so we
are mostly trying to match what was required on this mailing
list while avoiding catch-22 situations. While we want to
minimize the review effort, we also want to provide support
for every platform too so I don't see where the incentive
is any different as VLC hobbyists.
I hope it's clearer for you,
On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 06:41:20PM +0300, Rémi Denis-Courmont wrote:
> Le tiistaina 12. toukokuuta 2020, 10.33.26 EEST Pierre Lamot a écrit :
> > Providing special support for Win8 doesn't mean we should drop support
> > for Win7. I think there is another way that can work on this OS.
> Providing DirectComposition support means that there are zero incentives for
> any developper to fix the support for Win32 which was promised when merging the
> broken Qt patchset, and is now already one year overdue.
> (Ditto Wayland patches versus no X11 fixes by the way.)
> This is what happens when people merge broken code without ensuring that they
> have a solution for problems raised in review.
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