Hi On Thu, Mar 05, 2015 at 10:15:51AM +0100, Bálint Réczey wrote: > Hi, > > 2015-03-05 0:02 GMT+01:00 Andreas Cadhalpun > <andreas.cadhal...@googlemail.com>: > > On 04.03.2015 23:13, Luca Barbato wrote: > >> > >> On 04/03/15 21:49, Andreas Cadhalpun wrote: > >>> > >>> So what do you think about resurrecting this patch (add avformat_flush)? > >> > >> > >> I see no patch about it, my email client chewed it? > > > > > > It has been a while ago . It just adds a public API for > > ff_read_frame_flush. > > > >>> It seems to have only stalled on the associated documentation and the > >>> XBMC developers are apparently not the only ones who would find it > >>> useful. > >> > >> > >> The function is useful if somebody wants to implement some custom seek > >> and in order to do that probably is using some of the fields being > >> hidden so I'm not sure just exposing that function would do anything > >> good for that use case. > >> > >> I'd rather check with the XBMC (I guess now the name is Kodi, let's try > >> to move to use the new name) people why they need it and if the problem > >> they have with the seeking functions can't be solved otherwise. > > > > > > To me it seems that this is the only internal API they need, but asking > > can't hurt. So CC'ing the Debian XBMC/Kodi maintainer. > I would welcome the resurrection of avformat flush. This is the only > internal API used by XBMC/Kodi indeed.
ive already applied wm4s patch yesterday, so the next ffmpeg release (2.6) should contain avformat_flush() if further changes are needed please tell me [...] -- Michael GnuPG fingerprint: 9FF2128B147EF6730BADF133611EC787040B0FAB Its not that you shouldnt use gotos but rather that you should write readable code and code with gotos often but not always is less readable
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