#3 Filename assignment

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2003-01-05
2003-01-05
Sean LeBlanc
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I changed my own version to add a -o flag that takes a
filename and overrides whatever filename asfrecorder
makes. It writes to that instead. This is helpful for
writing scripts to use asfrecorder (command-line
version)...if you don't know what filename it's going
to write to, it makes scripts hard to write. :)

Is there any way to get this functionality into the
main release, though? I can send a diff, I think. The
version of asfrecorder.c was already "patched" in the
FreeBSD port I have, so it may be hard to do this.

Discussion

  • Rogue_Spider
    Rogue_Spider
    2003-01-08

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    FreeBSD PORT?
    Send me a version with your patch
    n diff

     
  • Sean LeBlanc
    Sean LeBlanc
    2003-01-08

    My modded version of source

     
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  • Sean LeBlanc
    Sean LeBlanc
    2003-01-08

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    Here is the diff:

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    > char *myFileName = NULL;
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    > case 'o':
    > if (argc > i+1)
    > myFileName = argv[++i];
    > else
    > {
    > gui_seterror("insufficient args\n");
    err=1;
    > }
    > break;
    2882a2892,2894
    >
    > if (myFileName != NULL)
    > strcpy(filename, myFileName);

    As you can see, it's not a fully-realized change - i.e., I
    didn't add this to the "usage" printout, and maybe there are
    deeper ramifications on the GUI aspect.

    Cheers,
    Sean