[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] doc/examples/muxing: make compatible with C++
stefasab at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 11:42:09 CET 2014
On date Wednesday 2014-03-19 19:21:36 +0530, Anshul encoded:
> Michael Niedermayer <michaelni at gmx.at> wrote:
> >so to summarize we have
> >A. add ~6 lines of code to each example to make it C++ compatible
> >B. add seperate C++ examples
> >C. add patches that get applied by makefile to create c++ examples
> >D. add a description to the wiki/faq/whatever on how to make the
> > examples C++ compatible
> >Iam happy with any solution if theres a consensus, that is if the
> >people in this thread, including Anshul agree.
> >In absence of a consensus, anyone can volunteer to maintain C++
> >examples and its then his/her decission on how to maintain them,
> >that is in git as seperate files or on the wiki or as patches.
> >I think its better if a consensus is found though, but i dont know
> >if thats possible, peoples oppinion seem far appart
> I agree with B, in that way we can add example in most other language.
> It would be easy to write an seprate example for python, php or gimp
> scripts. Rather option A and C does not look possible for python and
How do you plan to add examples for python/php/gimp? As far as I know,
we don't support those languages directly.
> Option D is good for maintenance prospect's but user are more happy
> with example. I think thats why linux developer's add examples with
> most trivial system call.
> I am happy to maintain those examples.
I'm for option D. Users will have to adapt the examples to their own
environment, also documenting the required conversions will be useful.
Providing a C++ example using a C++ toolkit seems a good option.
I don't think maintaining duplicated code for C/C++ is a good idea as
I don't want to keep in synch C and C++ code, maintaining C examples
alone is enough work already, and we will end up with unsynched code
(C and C++ versions working differently).
Option A could be also be acceptable, but in the end we will need to
add more than 6 lines (for example for supporting C constructs not
supported in C++), and that will increase examples complexity even
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