\mainpage The libdvdnav Reference Documentation
\section intro Introduction
This reference is not maintained. See the README file for pointers on
This reference documentation is intended to both provide a comprehensive reference to
the <tt>libdvdnav</tt> DVD navigation library and a brief introduction to the library
for new users.
This documentation is automatically generated from the <tt>libdvdnav</tt> code so
should remain somewhat relevant but as always be wary that <tt>libdvdnav</tt>
is currently in heavy development and the API is not yet frozen.
\subsection feedback Feedback
All comments, error reports, additional information and criticism of all sorts
should be directed to <tt>email@example.com</tt>.
\subsection disclaimer Disclaimer
No liability for the contents of this documents can be accepted. Use the concepts,
examples and other content at your own risk. Additionally, this is an early version,
with many possibilities for inaccuracies and errors.
As far as I know, all of the programmes mentioned here and example code quoted are
released under the GNU General Public License or the Lesser GNU Public License.
\subsection copyright Copyright information
This document is copyrighted ©2002 by Richard Wareham and the <tt>libdvdnav</tt>
project. It is distributed under the following terms:
- This document may be reproduced and distributed in whole or in part, in any medium
physical or electronic, as long as this copyright notice is retained on all copies.
Commercial redistribution is allowed and encouraged; however, the author would like
to be notified of any such distributions.
- All translations, derivative works, or aggregate works incorporating any parts of
this document must be covered under this copyright notice. That is, you may not produce
a derivative work from this manual and impose additional restrictions on its distribution.
\section sections Section
- A tutorial is in section \ref tutorial .
- A complete reference may be found in the <A HREF="modules.html">modules</a> section.