various style fixes

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various style fixes
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gst
* @short_description: Media library supporting arbitrary formats and filter graphs.
* @short_description: Media library supporting arbitrary formats and filter
* graphs.
* @see_also: Check out both <ulink url="http://www.cse.ogi.edu/sysl/">OGI's
* pipeline</ulink> and Microsoft's DirectShow for some background.
* pipeline</ulink> and Microsoft's DirectShow for some background.
*
* GStreamer is a framework for constructing graphs of various filters
* (termed elements here) that will handle streaming media. Any discreet
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* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* It's allowed to pass two NULL pointers to gst_init() in case you don't want to
* pass the command line args to GStreamer.
* It's allowed to pass two NULL pointers to gst_init() in case you don't want
* to pass the command line args to GStreamer.
*
* You can also use a popt table to initialize your own parameters as shown in
* the next code fragment:
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* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* Use gst_version() to query the library version at runtime or use the GST_VERSION_* macros
* to find the version at compile time.
* Use gst_version() to query the library version at runtime or use the
* GST_VERSION_* macros to find the version at compile time.
*
* The functions gst_main() and gst_main_quit() enter and exit the main loop.
* GStreamer doesn't currently require you to use a mainloop but can intergrate
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*
* MT safe.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstbin
* @short_description: Base class for elements that contain other elements
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstbuffer
* @short_description: Data-passing buffer type, supporting sub-buffers.
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* a buffer that is safe to modify by using gst_buffer_make_writable(). This
* function is optimized so that a copy will only be made when it is necessary.
*
* Several flags of the buffer can be set and unset with the GST_BUFFER_FLAG_SET()
* and GST_BUFFER_FLAG_UNSET() macros. Use GST_BUFFER_FLAG_IS_SET() to test it
* a certain #GstBufferFlag is set.
* Several flags of the buffer can be set and unset with the
* GST_BUFFER_FLAG_SET() and GST_BUFFER_FLAG_UNSET() macros. Use
* GST_BUFFER_FLAG_IS_SET() to test it a certain #GstBufferFlag is set.
*
* Buffers can be efficiently merged into a larger buffer with gst_buffer_merge()
* and gst_buffer_span() if the gst_buffer_is_span_fast() function returns TRUE.
* Buffers can be efficiently merged into a larger buffer with
* gst_buffer_merge() and gst_buffer_span() if the gst_buffer_is_span_fast()
* function returns TRUE.
*
* An element should either unref the buffer or push it out on a src pad
* using gst_pad_push() (see #GstPad).
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstbus
* @short_description: Asynchronous message bus subsystem
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* up to the specified timeout value until one of the specified messages types
* is posted on the bus. The application can then _pop() the messages from the
* bus to handle them.
* Alternatively the application can register an asynchronous bus function using
* gst_bus_add_watch_full() or gst_bus_add_watch(). This function will receive
* messages a short while after they have been posted.
* Alternatively the application can register an asynchronous bus function
* using gst_bus_add_watch_full() or gst_bus_add_watch(). This function will
* receive messages a short while after they have been posted.
*
* It is also possible to get messages from the bus without any thread
* marshalling with the gst_bus_set_sync_handler() method. This makes it
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*
* Every #GstPipeline has one bus.
*
* Note that a #GstPipeline will set its bus into flushing state when changing from
* READY to NULL state.
* Note that a #GstPipeline will set its bus into flushing state when changing
* from READY to NULL state.
*/
#include <errno.h>
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstcaps
* @short_description: Structure describing sets of media formats
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstchildproxy
* @short_description: Interface for multi child elements.
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*
* This interface abstracts handling of property sets for child elements.
* Imagine elements such as mixers or polyphonic generators. They all have
* multiple #GstPads or some kind of voice objects. The element acts as a parent
* for those child objects. Each child has the same properties.
* multiple #GstPads or some kind of voice objects. The element acts as a
* parent for those child objects. Each child has the same properties.
*
* By implementing this interface the child properties can be accessed from the
* parent element by using gst_child_proxy_get() and gst_child_proxy_set().
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstclock
* @short_description: Abstract class for global clocks
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*
* The time of the clock in itself is not very useful for an application.
*/
#include <time.h>
#include "gst_private.h"
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* SECTION:gstconfig
* @short_description: Build configuration options
*
* This describes the configuration options for GStreamer. When building
* This describes the configuration options for GStreamer. When building
* GStreamer there are a lot of parts (known internally as "subsystems" ) that
* can be disabled for various reasons. The most common reasons are speed and
* size, which is important because GStreamer is designed to run on embedded
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* compatible way, so you don't need to adapt your code in most cases. It is
* never done in an ABI compatible way though. So if you want to disable a
* suybsystem, you have to rebuild all programs depending on GStreamer, too.
*
* If a subsystem is disabled in GStreamer, a value is defined in
*
* If a subsystem is disabled in GStreamer, a value is defined in
* &lt;gst/gst.h&gt;. You can check this if you do subsystem-specific stuff.
* <example>
* <title>Doing subsystem specific things</title>
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstelement
* @short_description: Abstract base class for all pipeline elements
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* gst_element_provides_clock() returns TRUE. With the gst_element_provide_clock()
* method one can retrieve the clock provided by such an element.
* Not all elements require a clock to operate correctly. If
* gst_element_requires_clock() returns TRUE, a clock should be set on the element
* with gst_element_set_clock().
* gst_element_requires_clock() returns TRUE, a clock should be set on the
* element with gst_element_set_clock().
*
* Note that clock slection and distribution is normally handled by the toplevel
* #GstPipeline so the clock functions are only to be used in very specific situations.
* Note that clock slection and distribution is normally handled by the
* toplevel #GstPipeline so the clock functions are only to be used in very
* specific situations.
*/
#include "gst_private.h"
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstelementfactory
* @short_description: Create GstElements from a factory
* @see_also: #GstElement, #GstPlugin, #GstPluginFeature, #GstPadTemplate.
*
* GstElementFactory is used to create instances of elements. A GstElementfactory
* can be added to a #GstPlugin as it is also a #GstPluginFeature.
* GstElementFactory is used to create instances of elements. A
* GstElementfactory can be added to a #GstPlugin as it is also a
* #GstPluginFeature.
*
* Use gst_element_factory_new() to create a new factory which can be added to a
* plugin with gst_plugin_add_feature().
* Use gst_element_factory_new() to create a new factory which can be added to
* a plugin with gst_plugin_add_feature().
*
* gst_element_factory_add_pad_template() is used to add a padtemplate to the factory.
* This function will enable the application to query for elementfactories that handle
* a specific media type.
* gst_element_factory_add_pad_template() is used to add a padtemplate to the
* factory. This function will enable the application to query for
* elementfactories that handle a specific media type.
*
* Use the gst_element_factory_find() and gst_element_factory_create() functions
* to create element instances or use gst_element_factory_make() as a convenient
* shortcut.
* Use the gst_element_factory_find() and gst_element_factory_create()
* functions to create element instances or use gst_element_factory_make() as a
* convenient shortcut.
*
* The following code example shows you how to create a GstFileSrc element.
*
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gsterror
* @short_description: Categorized error messages
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstevent
* @short_description: Structure describing events that are passed up and down
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstfilter
* @short_description: A utility function to filter GLists.
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstformat
* @short_description: Dynamically register new data formats
* @see_also: #GstPad, #GstElement
*
* GstFormats functions are used to register a new format to the gstreamer core.
* Formats can be used to perform seeking or conversions/query operations.
* GstFormats functions are used to register a new format to the gstreamer
* core. Formats can be used to perform seeking or conversions/query
* operations.
*/
#include <string.h>
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstghostpad
* @short_description: Pseudo link pads
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstindex
* @short_description: Generate indexes on objects
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstindexfactory
* @short_description: Create GstIndexes from a factory
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstinfo
* @short_description: Debugging and logging facillities
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* and environment variables that affect the debugging output.
*
* GStreamer's debugging subsystem is an easy way to get information about what
* the application is doing.
* It is not meant for programming errors. Use GLib methods (g_warning and
* friends) for that.
* the application is doing. It is not meant for programming errors. Use GLib
* methods (g_warning and friends) for that.
*
* The debugging subsystem works only after GStreamer has been initialized
* - for example by calling gst_init().
*
* The debugging subsystem is used to log informational messages while the
* application runs.
* Each messages has some properties attached to it. Among these properties
* are the debugging category, the severity (called "level" here) and an
* optional
* #GObject it belongs to. Each of these messages is sent to all registered
* debugging handlers, which then handle the messages. GStreamer attaches a
* default handler on startup, which outputs requested messages to stderr.
* application runs. Each messages has some properties attached to it. Among
* these properties are the debugging category, the severity (called "level"
* here) and an optional #GObject it belongs to. Each of these messages is sent
* to all registered debugging handlers, which then handle the messages.
* GStreamer attaches a default handler on startup, which outputs requested
* messages to stderr.
*
* Messages are output by using shortcut macros like #GST_DEBUG,
* #GST_CAT_ERROR_OBJECT or similar. These all expand to calling gst_debug_log()
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstimplementsinterface
* @short_description: Core interface implemented by #GstElement instances that
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstiterator
* @short_description: Object to retrieve multiple elements in a threadsafe
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstmemchunk
* @short_description: Atomic chunk allocator
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* The GstMemChunk is used to allocate critical resources for #GstBuffer and
* #GstEvent.
*/
#include "gst_private.h"
#include <string.h> /* memset */
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstmessage
* @short_description: Lightweight objects to signal the application of pipeline events
* @short_description: Lightweight objects to signal the application of
* pipeline events
* @see_also: #GstBus,#GstMiniObject
*
* Messages are implemented as a subclass of #GstMiniObject with a generic
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstobject
* @short_description: Base class for the GStreamer object hierarchy
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* found under the same name in the base class of GstObject which is GObject
* (e.g. g_object_ref() becomes gst_object_ref()).
*
* The most interesting difference between GstObject and GObject is the "floating"
* reference count. A GObject is created with a reference count of 1, owned by the
* creator of the GObject. (The owner of a reference is the code section that has
* the right to call gst_object_unref() in order to remove that reference.)
* A GstObject is created with a reference count of 1 also, but it isn't owned by
* anyone; calling gst_object_unref() on the newly-created GtkObject is incorrect.
* Instead, the initial reference count of a GstObject is "floating". The floating
* reference can be removed by anyone at any time, by calling gst_object_sink().
* gst_object_sink() does nothing if an object is already sunk (has no floating
* reference).
* The most interesting difference between GstObject and GObject is the
* "floating" reference count. A GObject is created with a reference count of
* 1, owned by the creator of the GObject. (The owner of a reference is the
* code section that has the right to call gst_object_unref() in order to
* remove that reference.) A GstObject is created with a reference count of 1
* also, but it isn't owned by anyone; calling gst_object_unref() on the
* newly-created GtkObject is incorrect. Instead, the initial reference count
* of a GstObject is "floating". The floating reference can be removed by
* anyone at any time, by calling gst_object_sink(). gst_object_sink() does
* nothing if an object is already sunk (has no floating reference).
*
* When you add a GstElement to its parent container, the parent container will do
* this:
* When you add a GstElement to its parent container, the parent container will
* do this:
* <informalexample>
* <programlisting>
* gst_object_ref (GST_OBJECT (child_element));
* gst_object_sink (GST_OBJECT (child_element));
* </programlisting>
* </informalexample>
* This means that the container now owns a reference to the child element (since
* it called gst_object_ref()), and the child element has no floating reference.
* This means that the container now owns a reference to the child element
* (since it called gst_object_ref()), and the child element has no floating
* reference.
*
* The purpose of the floating reference is to keep the child element alive until
* you add it to a parent container:
* The purpose of the floating reference is to keep the child element alive
* until you add it to a parent container:
* <informalexample>
* <programlisting>
* element = gst_element_factory_make (factoryname, name);
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* </programlisting>
* </informalexample>
*
* Another effect of this is, that calling gst_object_unref() on a bin object, will
* also destoy all the GstElement objects in it. The same is true for calling
* gst_bin_remove().
* Another effect of this is, that calling gst_object_unref() on a bin object,
* will also destoy all the GstElement objects in it. The same is true for
* calling gst_bin_remove().
*
* In contrast to GObject instances GstObject add a name property. The functions
* gst_object_set_name() and gst_object_get_name() are used to set/get the name
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#define REFCOUNT_HACK
#endif
/* Refcount hack: since glib is not threadsafe, the glib refcounter can be
/* Refcount hack: since glib < 2.8 is not threadsafe, the glib refcounter can be
* screwed up and the object can be freed unexpectedly. We use an evil hack
* to work around this problem. We set the glib refcount to a high value so
* that glib will never unref the object under realistic circumstances. Then
* we use our own atomic refcounting to do proper MT safe refcounting.
*
* The hack has several side-effect. At first you should use
* gst_object_ref/unref() whenever you can. Next when using g_value_set/get_object();
* you need to manually fix the refcount.
* gst_object_ref/unref() whenever you can. Next when using
* g_value_set/get_object(); you need to manually fix the refcount.
*
* A proper fix is of course to make the glib refcounting threadsafe which is
* planned. Update: atomic refcounting is now in glib >= 2.7.3
* A proper fix is of course to upgrade to glib 2.8
*/
#ifdef REFCOUNT_HACK
#define PATCH_REFCOUNT(obj) ((GObject*)(obj))->ref_count = 100000;
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*/
/**
* SECTION:gstpad
* @short_description: Object contained by elements that allows links to other elements
* @short_description: Object contained by elements that allows links to
* other elements
* @see_also: #GstPadTemplate, #GstElement, #GstEvent
*
* A #GstElement is linked to other elements via "pads", which are extremely
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* Pads are typically created from a #GstPadTemplate with
* gst_pad_new_from_template().
*
* Pads have #GstCaps attached to it to describe the media type they are capable
* of dealing with.
* gst_pad_get_caps() and gst_pad_try_set_caps() are used to manipulate the caps
* of the pads.
* Pads have #GstCaps attached to it to describe the media type they are
* capable of dealing with. gst_pad_get_caps() and gst_pad_try_set_caps() are
* used to manipulate the caps of the pads.
* Pads created from a pad template cannot set capabilities that are
* incompatible with the pad template capabilities.
*
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstpadtemplate
* @short_description: Describe the media type of a pad.
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* Padtemplates describe the possible media types a pad or an elementfactory can
* handle.
*
* Pad and PadTemplates have #GstCaps attached to it to describe the media type they
* are capable of dealing with. gst_pad_template_get_caps() is used to get the
* caps of a padtemplate. It's not possible to modify the caps of a padtemplate after
* creation.
* Pad and PadTemplates have #GstCaps attached to it to describe the media type
* they are capable of dealing with. gst_pad_template_get_caps() is used to get
* the caps of a padtemplate. It's not possible to modify the caps of a
* padtemplate after creation.
*
* Padtemplates can be created with gst_pad_template_new() or with the convenient
* GST_PAD_TEMPLATE_FACTORY() macro. A padtemplate can be used to create a pad or
* to add to an elementfactory.
* Padtemplates can be created with gst_pad_template_new() or with the
* convenient GST_PAD_TEMPLATE_FACTORY() macro. A padtemplate can be used to
* create a pad or to add to an elementfactory.
*
* The following code example shows the code to create a pad from a padtemplate.
* <example>
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* GST_STATIC_PAD_TEMPLATE (
* "sink", // the name of the pad
* GST_PAD_SINK, // the direction of the pad
* GST_PAD_ALWAYS, // when this pad will be present
* GST_PAD_ALWAYS, // when this pad will be present
* GST_STATIC_CAPS ( // the capabilities of the padtemplate
* "audio/x-raw-int, "
* "channels = (int) [ 1, 6 ]"
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* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* The following example shows you how to add the padtemplate to an elementfactory:
* The following example shows you how to add the padtemplate to an
* elementfactory:
* <informalexample>
* <programlisting>
* gboolean
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstparse
* @short_description: Get a pipeline from a text pipeline description
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstpipeline
* @short_description: Top-level bin with clocking and bus management functionality.
* @short_description: Top-level bin with clocking and bus management
functionality.
* @see_also: #GstBin
*
* In almost all cases, you'll want to use a GstPipeline when creating a filter
* graph. The GstPipeline will manage the selection and distribution of a global
* graph. The GstPipeline will manage the selection and distribution of a
* global
* clock as well as provide a GstBus to the application.
*
* The pipeline will also use the selected clock to calculate the stream time of
* the pipeline.
* The pipeline will also use the selected clock to calculate the stream time
* of the pipeline.
*
* When sending a seek event to a GstPipeline, it will make sure that the
* pipeline is properly PAUSED and resumed as well as update the new stream time
* after the seek.
* pipeline is properly PAUSED and resumed as well as update the new stream
* time after the seek.
*
* gst_pipeline_new() is used to create a pipeline. when you are done with
* the pipeline, use gst_object_unref() to free its resources including all
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstplugin
* @short_description: Container for features loaded from a shared object module
* @see_also: #GstPluginFeature, #GstElementFactory
*
* GStreamer is extensible, so #GstElement instances can be loaded at runtime.
* A plugin system can provide one or more of the basic <application>GStreamer</application>
* #GstPluginFeature subclasses.
* A plugin system can provide one or more of the basic
* <application>GStreamer</application> #GstPluginFeature subclasses.
*
* A plugin should export a symbol <symbol>plugin_desc</symbol> that is a struct of type #GstPluginDesc.
* the plugin loader will check the version of the core library the plugin was linked against
* and will create a new #GstPlugin. It will then call the #GstPluginInitFunc function
* that was provided in the plugin_desc.
* the plugin loader will check the version of the core library the plugin was
* linked against and will create a new #GstPlugin. It will then call the
* #GstPluginInitFunc function that was provided in the plugin_desc.
*
* Once you have a handle to a #GstPlugin (e.g. from the #GstRegistryPool), you can
* add any object that subclasses #GstPluginFeature.
* Once you have a handle to a #GstPlugin (e.g. from the #GstRegistryPool), you
* can add any object that subclasses #GstPluginFeature.
*
* Use gst_plugin_find_feature() and gst_plugin_get_feature_list() to find features in a plugin.
* Use gst_plugin_find_feature() and gst_plugin_get_feature_list() to find
* features in a plugin.
*
* Usually plugins are always automaticlly loaded so you don't need to call gst_plugin_load() explicitly
* to bring it into memory. There are options to statically link plugins to an app or even
* use GStreamer without a plugin repository in which case gst_plugin_load() can be needed
* to bring the plugin into memory.
* Usually plugins are always automaticlly loaded so you don't need to call
* gst_plugin_load() explicitly to bring it into memory. There are options to
* statically link plugins to an app or even use GStreamer without a plugin
* repository in which case gst_plugin_load() can be needed to bring the plugin
* into memory.
*/
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstpluginfeature
* @short_description: Base class for contents of a GstPlugin
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstquery
* @short_description: Dynamically register new query types and parse results
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstqueue
* @short_description: Simple asynchronous data queue.
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* The queue blocks by default.
*/
#include "gst_private.h"
#include "gstqueue.h"
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* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gstregistry