Media Options for KDE 4
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sun Feb 23 16:10:54 GMT 2003
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On Sunday February 23, 2003 08:07, Tim Jansen wrote:
> On Sunday 23 February 2003 16:54, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > > Indeed, but all options use C. Arts uses a C backend, and JACK, Xine
> > > and CSL are written in 100% C. And all codecs are written in C. If
> > > you are doing MM development you can't avoid it.
> > C alone is one thing. C + glib is another.
> Doesn't Arts use C+glib?
aRts, at least in the public APIs, uses C++ and the standard library, which
I listed as a con. :-)
> (BTW I think that C+glib is more pleasant than 'pure' C - just GObject
And a GStreamer guy told me back when I was researching video options that
GStreamer is firmly based on GObject. Is that false?
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
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