[gst-devel] bonobo queryInterface to get gstreamer object?

Rodney Dawes dobey at free.fr
Sat Nov 23 07:07:01 CET 2002

You have to query for the controls that support that mime type, and
then you use the default control for that mime type. Since multiple
controls can support the same mime type, you will get a list of
controls when you query for it. However, since the NautilusView
interface is completely different from the bonobo one, you can't just
embed NautilusViews everywhere. You have to link to libnautilus-private,
for that functionality. Why nautilus doesn't just drop NautilusView,
is beyond me.

-- dobey

On Sat, 2002-11-23 at 09:27, Kang Jeong-Hee wrote:
> Hi.
> gst-player provide nautilus view this time.
> so I think gst team knows to support bonobo.
> for my brief knowledge,
> there's a way to get an object corresponding the given mime type of file or stream.
> Is there also the way to get gst component object via bonobo queryInterface or so?
> i.e. not hardcode to call 'gst-player-control', but code to call 'video/mpeg' or 'audio/ogg' or similar.

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