axos88 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 1 21:55:58 CEST 2007
My Dear Friend, Attila
Let me tell You, you are quite an asshole, for a hungarian... I just
thought you were different.
Hey hell, I am a hungarian, and I thought I could be proud of that...
Well not anymore with people like you around.
First of all, I said I wanted to know where is this problem discussed in
the docs, as I couldn't find it.
Second, yes, I do know what open source software is, but I'd rather read
up some how-tos instead of tangling with other ppls code. I hate that.
And last of all, you really have some nerve to call me a thief, and
accuse of stoling the Mplayer team's work. Controlling an application
with the help of the other couldn't be further from that. I wonder if
you are also planning to implement a feature to control the player with
a TV remote control...
Before starting to offend people, you really should try thinking with
your head, and not with your dick.
With my most sincere and dearest love,
Attila Kinali wrote:
> On Sun, 01 Apr 2007 22:35:10 +0300
> Vandra Ákos <axos88 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am trying to make a third-party app, that would be able to control the
>> behavior of MPlayer... I mean pause/stop/start the movie, jump fwd-bwd,
>> set volume, etc...
>> I haven't found any way to do this, maybe you could help me out with an
>> SDK, or something? I am currently working on the windows version, but I
>> am thinking of doing it cross-platform, if it is possible (working in c#).
> May i cite Diego?
> If you cannot figure out how to use MPlayer from your
> program, then you definitly need to learn to read
> documentation first.
> Hmm... on the other hand, you might first learn
> what OSS means. I get the feeling that you are just
> looking for a cheap way to rip off peoples work to
> sell a program to others. We do not support such a
> Attila Kinali
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