[Gtk-sharp-list] GStreamer bindings

Jorge García jgarcia@ac.upc.es
Mon, 26 Apr 2004 16:51:48 +0200


thank you very much for your work. I think there are a lot of people
(like me) that want to use gst-sharp. I tried some months ago to get it
working, but I didn't reached it. 

Where did you committed the patch finally? 


On dg, 2004-04-18 at 01:26, Owen Fraser-Green wrote:
> Hi,
> > Cool, I had just looked at it the other day when 0.8.1 came out and it
> > seems to be much better on the parser than 0.8.  You still had to modify
> > the source for it to parse cleanly correct?  
> Yes, I've generated a new patch against v0.8.1. Actually, I'm going to
> submit that patch to the gstreamer camp as I believe all the things the
> parser snagged on were really faults in the gstreamer source.
> > One thing that was
> > discussed is moving gstreamer-sharp to its own module given that its
> > been rather unstable and is now going to be targeting a version that is
> > much newer than the rest of Gtk#, but I'm ok with either place.  
> Yeah, the thought occurred to me too. I guess it really belongs in its
> own module and if everyone else thinks that's OK I'd be happy to create
> that module.
> > Also,
> > by working do you mean you are able to fully use it to play music or
> > video, or compiling only?
> I've played music using it. I haven't tested video but I expect if there
> are any problems they wouldn't be hard to right.
> > It may be best if you can post the gstreamer specific stuff somewhere
> > also or at least detail the changes a bit more, so it can be approved to
> > go into cvs, but thats not my call.
> The changes in the gst directory are a bit extensive to post as a patch
> but if I can create a new module then that can be examined before
> removing the existing code from the gtk-sharp tree.
> Cheers,
> Owen
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