[gst-devel] GstPadDirection in files produced by GstXml
sebas642 at yahoo.ca
Wed Jun 21 17:12:53 CEST 2006
I wanted to debug a C++ application. When something
fails, I save the the pipeline to a file and then with
this script I can see what the pipeline looked like.
It makes debugging a lot easier.
It is also prettier and easier than ASCII art when you
explain to someone what you're trying to do. ;-)
--- Edward Hervey <bilboed at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not really related to your xml issue, but if
> you're using python ...
> why not use gst-python directly ? You'll be able to
> access every
> single details of a running pipeline, that is MUCH
> more than GstXML
> will ever output.
> On 6/20/06, Sebastien Cote <sebas642 at yahoo.ca>
> > Hi,
> > I created a little python script that produces a
> > image of a pipeline graph using pydot. I get the
> > information about the pipeline from an XML file
> > generated by calling gst_xml_write_file().
> > In the XML file however, I see no way to know a
> > direction so I cannot add information about the
> > flow to my graph. Is there any way to find out how
> > data flows from the XML file? I'd like the script
> > work even if the plugins are not installed so
> > "gst-inspect" is not an option. Also, guessing the
> > direction from the pad name doesn't look very
> > to me.
> > If there isn't any way to get the direction, would
> > patch to add this information to the XML file be
> > accepted?
> > Thanks,
> > Sebastien
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