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On Thu, 28 Nov 2002 00:44:04 +0100 (CET),
Siggi Langauf wrote:
> Dear subscribers,
> when you subscribed to xine-announce, you have been promised
> very low traffic on a moderated list, where you will get
> informed quickly about every release of "xine", as well as
> important news about the project.
> Since then, things have changed: The project has grown, and
> there is no longer just "xine". Instead, we have a lot of
> - xine-lib, our core engine
> - xine-ui, our skinned front end, supporting xine-lib's newest features
> - skins for xine-ui
> - gxine (formerly known as "gnome-xine"), a simple GTK front end
> - xine-vcdx, a navigation capable VCD plugin
Where can I get xine-vcdx? This seems to be what the doctor
ordered for for my CVS vcd problems. But the only module I see is
one for xine-vcdnav. Is this the same thing?
From: Michael Roitzsch <mroi@us...> - 2002-11-29 17:33:49
> Where can I get xine-vcdx? This seems to be what the doctor
> ordered for for my CVS vcd problems. But the only module I see is
> one for xine-vcdnav. Is this the same thing?
But this plugin will not work with current xine releases.
"Unix? What's that? Is that like Linux?"
From: Robin KAY <komadori@my...> - 2002-11-29 17:52:07
Michael Roitzsch wrote:
> "Unix? What's that? Is that like Linux?"
Teacher: What's that?
Me: It's a Psion Series 7.
Teacher: Is it a proper computer or just a text editor?
Teacher: I mean, does it run Windows?
Me: No, but I wouldn't say running Windows was an requirement for being
a proper computer.
Teacher: Oh, what do you like then - iMac?
Teacher: Does that run Linux?
Wishing you good fortune,
--Robin Kay-- (komadori)