[rtmpdump] r405 - in trunk: librtmp/Makefile librtmp/handshake.h librtmp/rtmp.c librtmp/rtmp.h rtmpdump.c rtmpgw.c rtmpsuck.c
nhjm449 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 01:19:12 CET 2010
How exactly would one quote a value? What if a value contains spaces?
ie. flashVer, a connect string, or an output filename? (Not counting
URLs which can be encoded, although URLs with unencoded spaces may
theorhetically be required by a server.) Also, why not just drop the
-r and have all non-switch arguments be treated as -r values?
Shifting rtmpdump to this sounds fine, but please don't eliminate
support for the old-style switches. :-)
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Howard Chu <hyc at highlandsun.com> wrote:
> hyc wrote:
>> Author: hyc
>> Date: Sat Mar 27 06:35:04 2010
>> New Revision: 405
>> Option restructuring, allow most options to be passed along
>> with the RTMP URL, clean up
> This moves the option parsing I wrote for ffmpeg / mplayer into librtmp.
> This will make it easier to support option parsing in 3rd party code, they
> will just need to link against a current librtmp to automatically get
> support for whatever new options come along.
> The approach is pretty simple - the options are appended to the main URL,
> separated by spaces. I'll probably shift rtmpdump and rtmpgw over to this
> new approach too.
> So instead of
> rtmpdump --rtmp rtmp://server/app/path --swfurl http://server/path
> --pageurl http://server/path
> You could use
> rtmpdump -r "rtmp://server/app/path swfurl=http://server/path
> Ideally we can unify all of this so that a single syntax works identically
> for rtmpdump, rtmpgw, and all the other apps.
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