[Kdenlive-devel] setting mlt property from qstring
dan at dennedy.org
Mon Sep 27 17:18:38 UTC 2010
On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 3:01 PM, Till Theato <root at ttill.de> wrote:
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> On 08/31/2010 09:56 PM, Dan Dennedy wrote:
>> When working on my latest change, I noticed the Kdenlive code was
>> often using qstrdup with QString::toUtf8().data(). The qstrdup is not
>> necessary because MLT already does a strdup with whatever you provide
>> and then auto-releases it. I did not clean all of these up because I
>> wanted to keep the change concise.
> in my last two commits (4935 & 4938) I removed almost all qstrdup calls.
> I hope I did not break anything.
>> Also, I noticed places where it was not taking advantage of the
>> inheritance in the mlt++ binding. For example, a Filter is a Service,
>> which is a Properties. So, there is no need to manually fetch a
>> filter's service pointer via method.
> Maybe I will have a look at it, but we could also just do it when
> working on related code.
> Is there any disadvantage besides more code?
I am not asking anyone to do a massive cleanup. It was just meant to
help clarify and educate going forward. I expect there may be only
some cleanup around areas of activity. There is no disadvantage except
things like readability and perhaps confusing some new developers as
they review existing code ("Why is it like this here and like that
>> I realize there may be quite a bit of cruft, but I just want to give
>> some feedback on what I saw in case it helps.
> Thanks for your hints.
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