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* vd_lavc: by default, do not show corrupt frameswm42014-04-081-1/+1
| | | | This flips the default value. Use --vd-lavc-show-all=yes to revert.
* command: fix access to "metadata/list" propertywm42014-03-301-0/+14
| | | | | | | | | The function tag_property() in command.c passed a key action with empty path to m_property_read_list. This is normally not valid, because key actions are supposed to access sub-paths. But it's kind of inconvenient to check for this case in tag_property(). So make it valid by providing a m_property_unkey() function, which turns a key access to "" into a top-level action.
* command: add helper function to split property pathswm42014-03-302-0/+20
| | | | | | We've just checked whether a sub-path started with "name/", but that changes behavior whether the property name has a trailing '/' or not. Using a helper function to split of path components avoids this problem.
* m_property: don't parse empty string as 0wm42014-03-301-1/+2
| | | | Nice strtol() usage error.
* player: remove confusing argc/argv adjustmentwm42014-03-231-2/+2
| | | | It's better if argc/argv always mean the same thing.
* options: fix allowed DVD start titlewm42014-03-171-1/+1
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* audio: make --channels option always force the output layoutwm42014-03-101-1/+1
| | | | | | Use the --channels value directly on the AO, instead of doing it only in the --channels=stereo (default) case and if the decoder output is not stereo.
* m_option: fix handling of empty channel layoutswm42014-03-101-2/+2
| | | | | Even if a channel map option signaled that empty layouts are accepted, the option parser never actually accepted them.
* m_property: allow setting string properties via M_PROPERTY_SET_STRINGwm42014-03-031-2/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Setting string options to strings over the m_option fallback (i.e. M_PROPERTY_SET_STRING is called if the option type is CONF_TYPE_STRING) failed. This was because m_option_parse() returns 0. 0 still means success, but the property code tried to be clever, and considered 0 not a success in order to disallow setting flags to an emtpy string (which in turn is allowed, because the command line allows flag options without parameters). Fix this by removing the overly clever code. This could happen when e.g. using the "set" command on options/title (a string option), and also was a problem for the client API. Closes #610.
* sd_ass: add a very simple and evil way to override ASS subtitle styleswm42014-03-011-1/+1
| | | | | | --ass-style-override=force now attempts to override the 'Default' style. May or may not work. In some situations it will work, but also mess up seemingly unrelated things like signs typeset with ASS.
* msg: add --msgtime option to add timestamps to each output messagewm42014-02-282-0/+2
| | | | | | | Will be helpful to track down strange wait times and such issues, as well when you have develop something timing related. (Then you may print timestamps in your debug output, and the --msgtime timestamps will help giving context.)
* lua: add option to disable auto-loading of lua scriptswm42014-02-282-0/+3
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* config: fix --config-dir logic for global config fileswm42014-02-281-1/+1
| | | | | Global config files should be loaded only when --no-config is missing _and_ --config-dir is not set.
* m_option: make converting mpv_node to string always failwm42014-02-261-1/+1
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* m_option: fix key/value list string conversionwm42014-02-261-1/+1
| | | | Meh.
* options: fix --list-options outputwm42014-02-261-2/+2
| | | | This was a bit damaged by commit f3c933e5.
* m_property: fix confused error codewm42014-02-261-1/+1
| | | | This broke the client API.
* m_option: don't make "unset" string and string list return NULL stringswm42014-02-261-2/+2
| | | | | | | | | | This is a bit weird: m_option_string types (i.e. char*) can be NULL. But they're supposed to be treated just like empty strings. So don't make the m_option_type.print function return NULL for these values. Returning NULL would mean failure. This didn't matter much before, but was quite visible through the client API.
* options: allow changing options at runtimewm42014-02-252-34/+43
| | | | | Allow changing all options at runtime, except some cherry-picked options, which are disabled with M_OPT_FIXED.
* config: always print resolved config paths in verbose modewm42014-02-251-50/+63
| | | | | Restructure the code to make that easier. There should be no functional changes, other than the log call at the end of each function.
* config: add a --config-dir option to force config directorywm42014-02-253-0/+18
| | | | Useful for slave-mode like uses, and not as radical as --no-config.
* command: make options property return the list of all optionswm42014-02-242-0/+23
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* client API: implement setting options using their native type toowm42014-02-242-0/+37
| | | | | | | | | | | This is only half-implemented: actually the option will first be converted from mpv_node to its native type, then it's converted to a string, and then back to its native type. This is because the option API was made for strings and not anything else. Other than being grossly inelegant, the only downside is probably with string lists and key/value lists, which don't escape strings containing syntax elements correctly.
* m_property: retrieve chapter lists etc. as mpv_nodewm42014-02-241-4/+54
| | | | | | This automatically allows accessing properties like chapter-list and track-list to be read as mpv_node. This affects all properties which use m_property_read_sub() and m_property_read_list().
* m_property: add mechanism to access properties as mpv_nodewm42014-02-242-0/+47
| | | | | | | | Allows retrieving properties by their native values (or something close to it), rather than having to go through string conversion. The caller could actually just copy the value itself and then use the m_option functions to convert it to mpv_node, but maybe it's more flexible this way.
* m_option: add a way to convert values to/from mpv_nodewm42014-02-242-15/+462
| | | | | | | m_option is basically the mechanism to handle C data types in a dynamic way. Add functions to convert values to and from mpv_node. For example, string lists are turned into mpv_node using MPV_FORMAT_NODE_ARRAY, and so on.
* m_property: simplify some codewm42014-02-241-10/+6
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* m_option: fix printf format specifierwm42014-02-241-1/+2
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* command: don't use option name in propertieswm42014-02-231-15/+5
| | | | | | | | | | | | | Some code accessed m_option.name to get the property name. (Maybe only show_property_osd() had a significant use of it.) Remove that, and remove setting names and dummy names as well. The old code usually assumed that the name was set, and show_property_osd() used it to get the proper name of deprecated aliases. The "vf" property was listed as "vf*". Not sure why that was done, but it works without anyway.
* m_option: explicitly allow m_option.name==NULLwm42014-02-231-10/+11
| | | | | | | | Doesn't require other code to care about this, which will allow us to simplify the property code. Only "wildcard" options like "vf" and string lists used this, and m_option_list_findb() (which is excused).
* options: handle escape sequences in e.g. --playing-msg differentlywm42014-02-203-65/+11
| | | | | | | | | | M_OPT_PARSE_ESCAPES was pretty stupid, and broke the (useful) assumption that string variables contain exactly the same value as set by the option. Simplify it, and move escape handling to the place where it's used. Escape handling itself is not terribly useful, but still allows useful things like multiline custom OSD with "\n".
* m_property: add a mechanism to organize a list of sub-propertieswm42014-02-162-0/+89
| | | | | This automatically adds a "count" sub-property, and for each entry in the range [0, count), a numbered sub-property to access the item.
* m_property: add a sub-property mechanismwm42014-02-162-1/+88
| | | | | | | This adds a mechanism for easier export of sub-properties. The following commits will make use of it to export fine grained information about certain things. The sub-property mechanism reduces the amount of code needed to export a data value to 1 line.
* options: make --no-config block all auto-loaded configuration fileswm42014-02-141-0/+11
| | | | | | | | | | | | Until now, the --no-config was explicitly checked in multiple places to suppress loading of config files. Add such a check to the config path code itself, and refuse to resolve _any_ configuration file locations if the option is set. osc.lua needs a small fixup, because it didn't handle the situation when no path was returned. There may some of such cases in the C code too, but I didn't find any on a quick look.
* options: add --no-terminal switchwm42014-02-102-0/+3
| | | | | Mostly useful for internal reasons. This code will be enabled by default if mpv is started via the client API.
* quvi: disable subtitle fetching by defaultwm42014-01-311-1/+1
| | | | This is slow and unreliable, basically unusable.
* options: alternative way to specify color optionswm42014-01-311-2/+43
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Try to make it more intuitive by not requiring hex values. The new way uses float values in the range 0.0-1.0, separated by '/' (':' was suggested, but that wouldn't allow color options in sub-options). Example: --osd-color=1.0/0.0/0.0/0.75 Using the range 0.0-1.0 has the advantage that it could be easily extended to colors beyond 8 bit. Details see manpage. Suggestions for alternative syntax or value ranges are welcome, but be quick with it.
* lua: add a --lua-opts option, which can be queried by scriptswm42014-01-162-0/+2
| | | | | | | The values set by this new option can be queried by Lua scripts using the mp.getopt() function. The function takes a string parameter, and returns the value of the first key that matches. If no key matches, nil is returned.
* options: add key/value pair list option typewm42014-01-162-0/+69
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* msg: move special declarations to msg_control.hwm42014-01-162-0/+2
| | | | | While almost everything uses msg.h, the moved definitions are rarely needed by anything.
* player: add --term-osd-bar, which shows a status bar on the terminalwm42014-01-152-0/+6
| | | | | Feature request from github issue #451. Disabled by default, will probably stay this way.
* player: redo terminal OSD and status line handlingwm42014-01-132-3/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The terminal OSD code includes the handling of the terminal status line, showing player OSD messages on the terminal, and showing subtitles on terminal (the latter two only if there is no video window, or if terminal OSD is forced). This didn't handle some corner cases correctly. For example, showing an OSD message on the terminal always cleared the previous line, even if the line was an important message (or even just the command prompt, if most other messages were silenced). Attempt to handle this correctly by keeping track of how many lines the terminal OSD currently consists of. Since there could be race conditions with other messages being printed, implement this in msg.c. Now msg.c expects that MSGL_STATUS messages rewrite the status line, so the caller is forced to use a single mp_msg() call to set the status line. Instead of littering print_status() all over the place, update the status only once per playloop iteration in update_osd_msg(). In audio- only mode, the status line might now be a little bit off, but it's perhaps ok. Print the status line only if it has changed, or if another message was printed. This might help with extremely slow terminals, although in audio+video mode, it'll still be updated very often (A-V sync display changes on every frame). Instead of hardcoding the terminal sequences, use terminfo/termcap to get the sequences. Remove the --term-osd-esc option, which allowed to override the hardcoded escapes - it's useless now. The fallback for terminals with no escape sequences for moving the cursor and clearing a line is removed. This somewhat breaks status line display on these terminals, including the MS Windows console: instead of querying the terminal size and clearing the line manually by padding the output with spaces, the line is simply not cleared. I don't expect this to be a problem on UNIX, and on MS Windows we could emulate escape sequences. Note that terminal OSD (other than the status line) was broken anyway on these terminals. In osd.c, the function get_term_width() is not used anymore, so remove it. To remind us that the MS Windows console apparently adds a line break when writint the last column, adjust screen_width in terminal- win.c accordingly.
* options: remove --screenw and --screenhwm42014-01-111-3/+0
| | | | | | | | | Doesn't make any sense anymore. X11 (which was mentioned in the manpage) autodetects it, and everything else ignored the option values. Since for incomprehensible reasons the backends and vo.c still need to exchange information about the screensize using the option fields, they're not removed yet.
* options: don't reset pause mode when switching to next filewm42014-01-091-1/+0
| | | | | | This basically reverts the default as set by commit 812798c5. This seems to be a matter of taste, but personally I think keeping the pause setting is better.
* quvi: add option to not fetch subtitlesAndre D2014-01-052-0/+3
| | | | Signed-off-by: wm4 <wm4@nowhere>
* options: make --msglevel=help print something helpfulwm42014-01-011-0/+11
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* common: simplify and optimize string escape parsingwm42013-12-301-11/+8
| | | | | | | | | | | This code is shared between input.conf parser and option parser. Until now, the performance didn't really matter. But I want to use this code for JSON parsing too, and since JSON will have to be parsed a lot, it should probably try to avoid realloc'ing too much. This commit moves parsing of C-style escaped strings into a common function, and allows using it in a way realloc can be completely avoided, if the already allocated buffer is large enough.
* vd_lavc: by default, output all frames, even corrupted oneswm42013-12-292-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Set the flag CODEC_FLAG_OUTPUT_CORRUPT by default. Note that there is also CODEC_FLAG2_SHOW_ALL, which is older, but this seems to be ffmpeg only. Note that whether you want this enabled depends on the user. Some might prefer that only good frames are output, while others want the decoder to try as hard as possible to output _anything_. Since mplayer/mpv is rather the kind of player that tries hard instead of being "clever", set the new default to override libavcodec's default. A nice way to test this is switching video tracks. Since mpv doesn't wait for the next key frame, it'll start feeding the decoder with a packet from the middle of the stream.
* options: simplify handling of some help optionswm42013-12-264-54/+26
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* player: fix initial selection with --secondary-sidwm42013-12-251-0/+1
| | | | | | | | Also, make sure that a track can't be selected twice. While this might work in some situations, it certainly won't work with subtitles demuxed from a stream. Fixes #425.
* player: add --secondary-sid for displaying a second subtitle streamwm42013-12-242-0/+2
| | | | | | | This is relatively hacky, but it's Christmas, so it's ok. This does two things: 1. allow selecting two subtitle tracks, and 2. include a hack that renders the second subtitle always as toptitle. See manpage additions how to use this.
* options: print any options set in verbose modewm42013-12-231-0/+5
| | | | | So we will know whether someone uses broken config file options when posting a log with -v.
* options: disable joystick by defaultwm42013-12-231-1/+0
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* path: add function to split URL into prefix and pathwm42013-12-222-0/+13
| | | | Used in the following commit.
* path: don't accept empty protocol as validwm42013-12-221-1/+1
| | | | mp_is_url("://") returned true.
* path: change mp_splitext() semanticswm42013-12-222-7/+7
| | | | | | | | | Including the "." in the returned extension was too inconvenient. I think originally, the semantics were supposed to work like in Python, but screw this. Also, return NULL instead of "" on failure (which is what its only user actually seems to expect).
* Don't include version.h from make options.cwm42013-12-221-3/+1
| | | | | | | | | I find this annoying. It's the reason common/version.c exists at all. options.c did this for the user agent, which contains the version number. Because not including version.h means you can't build the user agent and use it in mp_default_opts anymore, do something rather awkward in main.c to initialize the default user agent.
* options: move network related options to MPOptswm42013-12-222-29/+17
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* options: make --msglevel extend previous settingswm42013-12-221-3/+10
| | | | | | Make it so --msglevel extends previous --msglevel uses, instead of overwriting them. Do this by literally appending the --msglevel option value to the previous one.
* msg: remove global statewm42013-12-214-12/+20
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* path lookup functions: mp_msg conversionswm42013-12-212-22/+33
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | There's a single mp_msg() in path.c, but all path lookup functions seem to depend on it, so we get a rat-tail of stuff we have to change. This is probably a good thing though, because we can have the path lookup functions also access options, so we could allow overriding the default config path, or ignore the MPV_HOME environment variable, and such things. Also take the chance to consistently add talloc_ctx parameters to the path lookup functions. Also, this change causes a big mess on configfiles.c. It's the same issue: everything suddenly needs a (different) context argument. Make it less wild by providing a mp_load_auto_profiles() function, which isolates most of it to configfiles.c.
* playlist_parser: mp_msg conversionwm42013-12-211-2/+1
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* options: some more mp_msg conversionswm42013-12-213-41/+30
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* m_option: add mp_log context to sub-module print_help callbackwm42013-12-212-2/+2
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* m_option: add mp_log callback to OPT_STRING_VALIDATE optionswm42013-12-212-3/+3
| | | | | And also convert a bunch of other code, especially ao_wasapi and ao_portaudio.
* m_option, m_config: mp_msg conversionswm42013-12-216-247/+219
| | | | | | | | Always pass around mp_log contexts in the option parser code. This of course affects all users of this API as well. In stream.c, pass a mp_null_log, because we can't do it properly yet. This will be fixed later.
* m_property: mp_msg conversionswm42013-12-212