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See my homenode on PerlMonks [perlmonks.org].
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  New Video::Xine release on 2008.01.22 10:14 stephen

Submitted by stephen on 2008.01.22 10:14
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stephen writes "Just released Video-Xine-0.14.

Finally bit the bullet and split all of the Xine modules into separate files. Based on the XS examples, I had been concerned that only one file could bootstrap a shared object at a time (which would do some damage to the term "shared object").

The tipping point was implementing Xine's on-screen display, which really needed a full doc page all to itself.

There's a minor compatibility break here-- instead of exporting huge numbers of constants into your namespace by default, I've put the constants into their related submodules. Since as far as I know the only user of Video::Xine so far is PlaybackMachine (which I'm releasing an update on tomorrow), this is OK."
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  Journal: New Video::Xine release on 2008.01.22 10:14

Journal by stephen on 2008.01.22 10:14
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Just released Video-Xine-0.14.

Finally bit the bullet and split all of the Xine modules into separate files. Based on the XS examples, I had been concerned that only one file could bootstrap a shared object at a time (which would do some damage to the term "shared object").

The tipping point was implementing Xine's on-screen display, which really needed a full doc page all to itself.

There's a minor compatibility break here-- instead of exporting huge numbers of constants into your namespace by default, I've put the constants into their related submodules. Since as far as I know the only user of Video::Xine so far is PlaybackMachine (which I'm releasing an update on tomorrow), this is OK.

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  Revivifying Video::PlaybackMachine on 2007.12.26 20:23 stephen

Submitted by stephen on 2007.12.26 20:23
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After some interest from RockBochs, I've done some more work in making Video::PlaybackMachine easy to install.

A quick refresher: Video::PlaybackMachine is a video playback scheduler which can be used to create the video feed for a television station. It's available on CPAN.

This new release doesn't offer anything new in terms of features, but irons out a number of wrinkles in the install process.

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  Journal: Revivifying Video::PlaybackMachine on 2007.12.26 20:23

Journal by stephen on 2007.12.26 20:23
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After some interest from RockBochs, I've done some more work in making Video::PlaybackMachine easy to install.

A quick refresher: Video::PlaybackMachine is a video playback scheduler which can be used to create the video feed for a television station. It's available on CPAN.

This new release doesn't offer anything new in terms of features, but irons out a number of wrinkles in the install process.

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