[gst-devel] Mixer plugin

Lee Brown leejr at linuxsoftwareconsultants.com
Fri Mar 16 09:52:45 CET 2001

On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, you wrote:

void gst_mixer_set_audio_level(
       gst_mixer_element e, 
       int sink, 
       int source, 
       float level     );
 float gst_mixer_get_audio_level(
       gst_mixer_element e, 
       int sink, 
       int source );

1) What's wrong with having to have a header file to compile something?
2) Why coulnd't the editor be programmed to call these routines

In general,(I think) there is something very fundamental about allowing these
sorts of routines. It is the natural way to program.  In essence the above is
like a javaBean.  

 I only say this in the
most genuine concern.  I hope you respond  because (I think) this is a
discussion worth having. 

BTW: have you see the Java Media Framework at Blackdown(I'm sure you have).
What do you think of it? 

Lee Brown Jr.
leejr at linuxsoftwareconsultants.com
                   -- Software for You.

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