[FFmpeg-devel] [DOC] FFSERVER Configuration Files.
Mon Jul 30 03:53:20 CEST 2007
--- Michael Niedermayer <michaelni at gmx.at> wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2007 at 05:11:19PM -0700, Piero
> Bugoni wrote:
> > > we need a proper diff, not files in a tar.gz or
> > > 1 diff per file in a tar gz
> > >
> > > we need a single diff adding all files AND
> > > the tex source from
> > > which the docs are generated
> > >
> > > basically
> > > patch -p0/p1 <yourpatch
> > > should be all that is needed to apply it
> > Thanks Micahel.
> > However, the conf files are new, (no previous
> > The only page that will be modified is this one:
> > http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/documentation.html
> > This Line:
> > "sample ffserver configuration file"
> > Will be changed to:
> > "sample ffserver configuration files"
> > And a new page placed below it explaining things.
> > am writing that and will submit it.)
> > The documentation.html page from the website is
> not in
> > the source.
> its in
> where the sample.html comes from, is something i
> dont know though
> which also means i dont know how to add any further
> files there ...
> also theres doc/ffserver-doc.texi and
> in ffmpeg svn
> > As for the conf files, there are seven of them.
> > I submit the diffs inline in the message, or as
> > plain-text attachments? Should I post seven
> > or put them all in one message?
> > Is it as simple as `cat` all the diffs into one
> > then put that in the message body?
> well we need a patch or 2 we can apply to the ffmpeg
> / ffmpeg.org
> > (It will be a long message).
> yes, this is no problem
I'll put it together.
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