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    • Stefan Sauer's avatar
      docs: order and canonicalize the -sections.txt file · 75cc08d4
      Stefan Sauer authored
      Have all sections in alphabetical order. Also make the macro order consistent.
      This is a preparation for generating the file. Remove GET_CLASS macro for
      some elements, since it is not used and the header is not installed.
      75cc08d4
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    • William Manley's avatar
      tcp: Add element socketsrc · 7c10499e
      William Manley authored
      `socketsrc` can be considered a source counterpart to `multisocketsink`.
      It can be considered a generalization of `tcpclientsrc` and
      `tcpserversrc`:  it contains all the logic required to communicate over
      the socket but none of the logic for creating the sockets/establishing
      the connection in the first place, allowing the user to accomplish this
      externally in whatever manner they wish making it applicable to other
      types of sockets besides TCP.
      
      This commit essentially copies the implementation directly from
      tcpserversrc.  Later patches will tidy the implementation up and
      re-implement `tcpclientsrc` and `tcpserversrc` in terms of `socketsrc`.
      
      See https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=739546
      7c10499e
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    • Tim-Philipp Müller's avatar
      rtspmessage: add API to add and get custom headers · 9b4ea3f5
      Tim-Philipp Müller authored
      Add API to add and get custom headers that are not
      covered by our header fields enum. This is backwards
      compatible in that it will also work for our defined
      fields, so if we ever add a new header field to the
      enum, get_header_by_name() for the same header string
      will still work.
      
      API: gst_rtsp_message_add_header_by_name()
      API: gst_rtsp_message_take_header_by_name()
      API: gst_rtsp_message_remove_header_by_name()
      API: gst_rtsp_message_get_header_by_name()
      9b4ea3f5
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