Commit 23a2a0e2 authored by Stefan Kost's avatar Stefan Kost
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gst/subparse/: Use GST_DISABLE_XML here

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* gst/subparse/gstsubparse.c:
* gst/subparse/samiparse.c:
Use GST_DISABLE_XML here
* sys/xvimage/xvimagesink.c: (gst_xvimagesink_xvimage_put),
(gst_xvimagesink_xwindow_new), (gst_xvimagesink_get_xv_support),
(gst_xvimagesink_buffer_alloc),
(gst_xvimagesink_navigation_send_event):
* sys/xvimage/xvimagesink.h:
Include stdlib.h when using atoi.
* tests/check/elements/playbin.c: (playbin_suite):
Use GST_DISABLE_REGISTRY here
parent 38db14cb
2007-04-20 Stefan Kost <ensonic@users.sf.net>
* gst/subparse/gstsubparse.c:
* gst/subparse/samiparse.c:
Use GST_DISABLE_XML here
* sys/xvimage/xvimagesink.c: (gst_xvimagesink_xvimage_put),
(gst_xvimagesink_xwindow_new), (gst_xvimagesink_get_xv_support),
(gst_xvimagesink_buffer_alloc),
(gst_xvimagesink_navigation_send_event):
* sys/xvimage/xvimagesink.h:
Include stdlib.h when using atoi.
* tests/check/elements/playbin.c: (playbin_suite):
Use GST_DISABLE_REGISTRY here
2007-04-19 Michael Smith <msmith@fluendo.com>
 
* ext/theora/gsttheoraenc.h:
......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ GST_ELEMENT_DETAILS ("Subtitle parser",
"Gustavo J. A. M. Carneiro <gjc@inescporto.pt>\n"
"Ronald S. Bultje <rbultje@ronald.bitfreak.net>");
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_XML
static GstStaticPadTemplate sink_templ = GST_STATIC_PAD_TEMPLATE ("sink",
GST_PAD_SINK,
GST_PAD_ALWAYS,
......
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
#include "samiparse.h"
/* FIXME: use Makefile stuff */
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_XML
#include <libxml/HTMLparser.h>
#include <string.h>
......@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@ parse_sami (ParserState * state, const gchar * line)
return NULL;
}
#else /* GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY */
#else /* GST_DISABLE_XML */
gchar *
parse_sami (ParserState * state, const gchar * line)
......@@ -462,4 +462,4 @@ sami_context_reset (ParserState * state)
return;
}
#endif /* GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY */
#endif /* GST_DISABLE_XML */
......@@ -23,19 +23,19 @@
* <refsect2>
* <para>
* XvImageSink renders video frames to a drawable (XWindow) on a local display
* using the XVideo extension. Rendering to a remote display is theorically
* possible but i doubt that the XVideo extension is actually available when
* using the XVideo extension. Rendering to a remote display is theorically
* possible but i doubt that the XVideo extension is actually available when
* connecting to a remote display. This element can receive a Window ID from the
* application through the XOverlay interface and will then render video frames
* in this drawable. If no Window ID was provided by the application, the
* in this drawable. If no Window ID was provided by the application, the
* element will create its own internal window and render into it.
* </para>
* <title>Scaling</title>
* <para>
* The XVideo extension, when it's available, handles hardware accelerated
* The XVideo extension, when it's available, handles hardware accelerated
* scaling of video frames. This means that the element will just accept
* incoming video frames no matter their geometry and will then put them to the
* drawable scaling them on the fly. Using the
* drawable scaling them on the fly. Using the
* <link linkend="GstXvImageSink--force-aspect-ratio">force-aspect-ratio</link>
* property it is possible to enforce scaling with a constant aspect ratio,
* which means drawing black borders around the video frame.
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
* <title>Events</title>
* <para>
* XvImageSink creates a thread to handle events coming from the drawable. There
* are several kind of events that can be grouped in 2 big categories: input
* are several kind of events that can be grouped in 2 big categories: input
* events and window state related events. Input events will be translated to
* navigation events and pushed upstream for other elements to react on them.
* This includes events such as pointer moves, key press/release, clicks etc...
......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
* <link linkend="GstXvImageSink--display">display</link> property or the
* default display if nothing specified. Once this connection is open it will
* inspect the display configuration including the physical display geometry and
* then calculate the pixel aspect ratio. When receiving video frames with a
* then calculate the pixel aspect ratio. When receiving video frames with a
* different pixel aspect ratio, XvImageSink will use hardware scaling to
* display the video frames correctly on display's pixel aspect ratio.
* Sometimes the calculated pixel aspect ratio can be wrong, it is
......@@ -87,13 +87,13 @@
* gst-launch -v videotestsrc ! navigationtest ! xvimagesink
* </programlisting>
* While moving the mouse pointer over the test signal you will see a black box
* following the mouse pointer. If you press the mouse button somewhere on the
* following the mouse pointer. If you press the mouse button somewhere on the
* video and release it somewhere else a green box will appear where you pressed
* the button and a red one where you released it. (The navigationtest element
* is part of gst-plugins-good.) You can observe here that even if the images
* are scaled through hardware the pointer coordinates are converted back to the
* original video frame geometry so that the box can be drawn to the correct
* position. This also handles borders correctly, limiting coordinates to the
* original video frame geometry so that the box can be drawn to the correct
* position. This also handles borders correctly, limiting coordinates to the
* image area
* </para>
* <para>
......@@ -103,9 +103,9 @@
* </programlisting>
* This is faking a 4/3 pixel aspect ratio caps on video frames produced by
* videotestsrc, in most cases the pixel aspect ratio of the display will be
* 1/1. This means that XvImageSink will have to do the scaling to convert
* 1/1. This means that XvImageSink will have to do the scaling to convert
* incoming frames to a size that will match the display pixel aspect ratio
* (from 320x240 to 320x180 in this case). Note that you might have to escape
* (from 320x240 to 320x180 in this case). Note that you might have to escape
* some characters for your shell like '\(fraction\)'.
* </para>
* <para>
......@@ -741,7 +741,7 @@ gst_xvimagesink_xvimage_put (GstXvImageSink * xvimagesink,
gst_xvimagesink_xwindow_update_geometry (xvimagesink, xvimagesink->xwindow);
/* We use the calculated geometry from _setcaps as a source to respect
/* We use the calculated geometry from _setcaps as a source to respect
source and screen pixel aspect ratios. */
src.w = GST_VIDEO_SINK_WIDTH (xvimagesink);
src.h = GST_VIDEO_SINK_HEIGHT (xvimagesink);
......@@ -856,7 +856,7 @@ gst_xvimagesink_xwindow_new (GstXvImageSink * xvimagesink,
0, 0, xwindow->width, xwindow->height,
0, 0, xvimagesink->xcontext->black);
/* We have to do that to prevent X from redrawing the background on
/* We have to do that to prevent X from redrawing the background on
* ConfigureNotify. This takes away flickering of video when resizing. */
XSetWindowBackgroundPixmap (xvimagesink->xcontext->disp, xwindow->win, None);
......@@ -1288,7 +1288,7 @@ gst_xvimagesink_get_xv_support (GstXvImageSink * xvimagesink,
bits++;
/* set a colorkey in the right format RGB565/RGB888
* note that the colorkey is independent from the display
* note that the colorkey is independent from the display
* depth (xcontext->depth). We only handle these 2 cases, because
* they're the only types of devices we've encountered. If we don't
* recognise it, leave it alone */
......@@ -2226,7 +2226,7 @@ gst_xvimagesink_buffer_alloc (GstBaseSink * bsink, guint64 offset, guint size,
image_format = gst_xvimagesink_get_format_from_caps (xvimagesink,
intersection);
/* Store our caps and format as the last_caps to avoid expensive
/* Store our caps and format as the last_caps to avoid expensive
* caps intersection next time */
gst_caps_replace (&xvimagesink->xcontext->last_caps, intersection);
xvimagesink->xcontext->last_format = image_format;
......@@ -2335,7 +2335,7 @@ gst_xvimagesink_navigation_send_event (GstNavigation * navigation,
return;
}
/* We get the frame position using the calculated geometry from _setcaps
/* We get the frame position using the calculated geometry from _setcaps
that respect pixel aspect ratios */
src.w = GST_VIDEO_SINK_WIDTH (xvimagesink);
src.h = GST_VIDEO_SINK_HEIGHT (xvimagesink);
......
......@@ -40,6 +40,7 @@
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
G_BEGIN_DECLS
......@@ -79,7 +80,7 @@ typedef struct _GstXvImageSinkClass GstXvImageSinkClass;
* @height: the height in pixels of Display @disp
* @widthmm: the width in millimeters of Display @disp
* @heightmm: the height in millimeters of Display @disp
* @par: the pixel aspect ratio calculated from @width, @widthmm and @height,
* @par: the pixel aspect ratio calculated from @width, @widthmm and @height,
* @heightmm ratio
* @use_xshm: used to known wether of not XShm extension is usable or not even
* if the Extension is present
......@@ -207,7 +208,7 @@ struct _GstXvImageBuffer {
* @pool_lock: used to protect the buffer pool
* @image_pool: a list of #GstXvImageBuffer that could be reused at next buffer
* allocation call
* @synchronous: used to store if XSynchronous should be used or not (for
* @synchronous: used to store if XSynchronous should be used or not (for
* debugging purpose only)
* @keep_aspect: used to remember if reverse negotiation scaling should respect
* aspect ratio
......@@ -233,26 +234,26 @@ struct _GstXvImageSink {
GstXWindow *xwindow;
GstXvImageBuffer *xvimage;
GstXvImageBuffer *cur_image;
GThread *event_thread;
gboolean running;
gint fps_n;
gint fps_d;
GMutex *x_lock;
GMutex *flow_lock;
/* object-set pixel aspect ratio */
GValue *par;
GMutex *pool_lock;
GSList *image_pool;
gboolean synchronous;
gboolean keep_aspect;
gboolean handle_events;
gint brightness;
gint contrast;
gint hue;
......
......@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
#include <gst/base/gstpushsrc.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_REGISTRY
#define DEFINE_TEST(func) \
static void func (void); \
......@@ -591,7 +591,7 @@ GST_PLUGIN_DEFINE_STATIC
"static elements for the playbin unit test",
plugin_init, VERSION, GST_LICENSE, GST_PACKAGE_NAME, GST_PACKAGE_ORIGIN);
#endif /* GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY */
#endif /* GST_DISABLE_REGISTRY */
static Suite *
......@@ -602,7 +602,7 @@ playbin_suite (void)
suite_add_tcase (s, tc_chain);
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_LOADSAVE_REGISTRY
#ifndef GST_DISABLE_REGISTRY
/* with the old decodebin */
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_sink_usage_video_only_stream_decodebin1);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_suburi_error_wrongproto_decodebin1);
......
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