[MPlayer-users] SSL Support (HTTPS) in mplayer
paipaiv at inbox.com
Wed Dec 17 06:39:34 CET 2014
And yet, mplayer installs without any problems.
Your configure script was broken. Thankfully, someone
actually bothered to fix it after the others tried
to argue with me instead of bothering to look
at your poorly maintained code.
After I upgraded my compiler (which wasn't the problem
in the first place), all I heard were more excuses rather
than attempts to make the software work. Egotistical
software writers who lack the basic curiosity to even
look at their code before (wrongly) blaming the user?
Not software I would want on my system, however old or new
it may be.
My advice to everyone from here on will definitely be to
stick with mplayer and/or ditch mpv as soon as possible.
And if mpv doesn't compile on the first try, don't waste
your time. All you'll get is more egotistical arguing
from people who couldn't be bothered to write quality software.
Stay away from mpv, or take your chances. Beware.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nfxjfg at googlemail.com
> Sent: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 06:19:25 +0100
> To: mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu
> Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] SSL Support (HTTPS) in mplayer
> On Tue, 16 Dec 2014 13:14:49 -0800
> paipai von <paipaiv at inbox.com> wrote:
>> Hi --
>> I just spent way too long trying to get
>> mpv to do what mplayer can do easily.
>> That is, to install and run properly.
> We've told you from the very start that mpv doesn't care about running
> on a Linux installation from 6 years ago. We don't consider such old
> software worth supporting, especially because all the software can be
> upgraded for free, and because there are no potential users. If mplayer
> does that; that's fine, but we prefer looking forwards, not backwards.
> We have some reasonable backwards compatibility, but 6 years is
> bordering on ancient.
> The main reason mpv failed to compile is that simply nobody tried yet
> on such an old system, and mpv was trying to use features only present
> in some newer releases of certain libraries (such as ALSA or Jack and
> even FFmpeg). You attempted to update or disable some of these, which
> you didn't get to work because you did it wrong, and then kept blaming
> us and mpv.
> The really funny thing is that you never told us why you insist running
> such an old system. Maybe trolling? I wonder if we get a user who wants
> to run mpv on DOS or OS/2 next...
>> I wanted to install mpv because mplayer
>> doesn't support SSL. Or at least, not
>> that I'm aware of. But mpv doesn't run
>> at all, so I suppose mplayer wins...
>> Question: is there a way to enable SSL
>> (HTTPS) streaming in mplayer? If so, how?
>> And if not, is there some way to make SSL
>> work, even though it's not "official" yet?
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