Re: [FFmpeg-devel] aversion to .cpp files?

2015-01-16 Thread Clément Bœsch
On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 07:45:57AM -0700, Roger Pack wrote:
 Hello.  I've noticed there are a few .cpp files in the codebase, but
 not many (most seem to be tied to windows).
 
 I have the choice, with the dshow stuff, to write in its native cpp
 style (much easier/clearer IMO) or to convert it to straight c
 wrapper style stuff.  Is there a large preference for either?  CPP
 might be more compatible [possibly] though I have not confirmed that,
 as well.
 Thank you.  If no response I'll stick with CPP.
 thanks!

I believe there is a large perference for C.

 -roger-

Regards,

-- 
Clément B.


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Re: [FFmpeg-devel] aversion to .cpp files?

2015-01-16 Thread Derek Buitenhuis
On 1/16/2015 9:02 AM, Clément Bœsch wrote:
 I believe there is a large perference for C.

Not only that, but our configure is downright broken
for C++ files, so to speak.

We hardcode libstdc++, which is de facto wrong.

- Derek
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[FFmpeg-devel] aversion to .cpp files?

2015-01-15 Thread Roger Pack
Hello.  I've noticed there are a few .cpp files in the codebase, but
not many (most seem to be tied to windows).

I have the choice, with the dshow stuff, to write in its native cpp
style (much easier/clearer IMO) or to convert it to straight c
wrapper style stuff.  Is there a large preference for either?  CPP
might be more compatible [possibly] though I have not confirmed that,
as well.
Thank you.  If no response I'll stick with CPP.
thanks!
-roger-
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