Hi, Graziano Pavone schrieb: > > > 2007/11/13, Luca Olivetti <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>>: > > > Note that 0.8.0 has network support built-in. > > > I know but you still have to patch and recompile xine-lib... > Are there any problems in submitting the needed patch to the mainstream > xine-lib distribution?
The problem is that small parts of the patch would break binary compatibility in xine-lib-1.1.x. This is no problem if a distribution decides to include the patch and recompiles all applications which use xine-lib-1.1.x. I still do provide those patches as not all people are willing to switch to xine-lib-1.2 (hg) which is still in development, contains the patches and therefore works out of the box. > A nice feature that vdr-xine has over xineliboutput, is that it > automatically sets itself as the primary device when a connection > comes, > and when the connection is closed it restores the previous primary > device. > This way I can either watch locally with the dxr3-plugin or remotely > with vdr-xine. > > > I only have Skystar2/Airstai2 budget cards, so it's not an issue for me. > A feature that allows to watch different channels on clients at the same > time (without using multiple vdr installations and streamdev) would > definetely make me switch back to vdr-xine :) And you wouldn't mind applying a huge patch on VDR to achieve this goal? Bye. -- Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Reinhard Nissl mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr