#1 lsdvd with perl output

closed-accepted
nobody
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2004-09-26
2003-04-19
Henk
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> Hi Acid,
>
> I reworked the lsdvd somewhat so it creates an information file so
that
> it can directly imported into perl, see output below.
>
> The test.pl program is a quick example on reading and importing the
> data, this works far better than parsing it by hand.
>
> Please let me know what you think, hopefully you'll find it usefull.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Henk Vergonet
>
>
> # ./lsdvd
> libdvdread: Using libdvdcss version 1.2.2 for DVD access
> our %dvdinfo = (
> device => '/dev/dvd',
> title => 'DVDVOLUME',
> vmg_id => 'DVDVIDEO-VMG',
> provider_id => '',
> TITLE => [
> {
> ix => 1,
> length => 10429.250,
> vts_id => 'DVDVIDEO-VTS',
> },
> ],
> );

Discussion

  • Henk

    Henk - 2003-04-19

    replacement lsdvd.c + example test.pl file

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    blimey, you've gone to town on that huh?!

    i've not had a chance to really see what's been changed,
    but i'll have a closer look soon, looks good so far though.

     
  • Chris Phillips

    Chris Phillips - 2003-04-20

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    Yeah, that's absolutely great! i would need to still be able
    to have a conventional output aswell, but i'll galdy add it
    into the next version, and adapt acidrip to match. While
    lsdvd is primarily written for acidrip i still would want it
    to be a fully functional and useful app by itself.

    thanks, very much appreciated.

    oh, and if you couldn't guess, i'll happily admit that some
    of the changes are a little bit over my head, not that much,
    but certainly not what i'd have been able to write..!

    thanks

    chris

     
  • Chris Phillips

    Chris Phillips - 2004-09-26
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     

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