Hi all ;),
I was playing a video with external subtitles, and noticed that the chara=
'|' was appearing in the text, so i looked at the subtitle file. It seems
that the '|' character is used in this format (subviewer) to represent li=
breaks in the text.
Looking at xine libsputext code, i saw that there is a function, sub_read=
that deals with '|' characters, but this function is not used in all subt=
formats. In this case, sub_read_line_subviewer don't use it and the '|'
characters are drawed on the screen. The only reason for doing this is th=
functions checks for the '[br]' string :?. Is there some specification ou=
there of the subviewer format?=20
Decoding function for the subrip format does not use also sub_readtext, a=
this case i don't understand why, because it doesn't seems that is doing =
Thanks in advance.
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whether submarines can swim." -- Edsger W. Dijkstra=0D
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