[MPlayer-dev-eng] Small changes to subreader.c file
atlka at pg.gda.pl
Mon Oct 10 20:46:36 CEST 2005
Dnia Mon, 10 Oct 2005 20:18:59 +0200, RC <rcooley at spamcop.net> napisał:
> On Mon, 10 Oct 2005 12:23:26 +0200
> Adam TlaÅ‚ka <atlka at pg.gda.pl> wrote:
>> Editing under Unix/Linux is not a problem too:
>> Vim or Yudit text editors or specialized Java
>> or X11 subtitle editors work like a charm.
> Inumerable others do not, and they shouldn't have to.
This does prove nothing. I just said that editing this type of files
on Unix platform is not a problem.
>> I can't see any explanation for doing this in own
>> proprietary way.
> Writing text files with non-native line-endings is the strange and
> propritary behavior here.
OK, but these are not just text files but SRT SSA and other subtitle
file formats which started as cr/lf files and should preserve this format
from historical, compatibility, hardware players case and other reasons.
I am not talking about any text file in the system but the particular type
of files representing particular type of contents.
> Notepad doesn't read text files with Unix line-endings properly either,
> but that doesn't mean all Unix text editors should switch to DOS
We are not talking about Unix text files but about subtitle files.
It is not the same.
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