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Problem with gmplayer and r31381

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On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 05:57:06PM +0200, Giorgio wrote:
> >> Finally, I did many tests, but this simple modification solves the issue for me:
> >>
> >> Index: gui/interface.c
> >> ===================================================================
> >> --- gui/interface.c ? (revision 31381)
> >> +++ gui/interface.c ? (working copy)
> >> @@ -552,7 +552,6 @@
> >> ? ? ? ? guiIntfStruct.MovieHeight=vo_dheight;
> >> ? ? ? ? ? ?if (guiWinID>=0)
> >> ? ? ? ? ? ? ?wsMoveWindow( &appMPlayer.mainWindow,0,0, vo_dheight);
> >> - ? ? ? ? ?WinID = appMPlayer.subWindow.WindowID;
> >> ? ? ? ? ? }
> >> ? ? ? break;
> >> ?#ifdef CONFIG_DVDREAD
> >>
> >> I don't get the error if I apply this patch, and the video frames are
> >> displayed correctly now, both in window and fullscreen mode. Thanks.
> >
> > Uh, it will be completely broken now after some more cleanup changes I
> > did.
> > On the other hand, there's a chance it will now work after you revert this,
> > but I doubt it...
> 
> Yes, r31394 (without any modification) is definitely broken and the
> patch above doesn't work anymore.
> From a user's point of view, maybe r31380 makes things worse. The code
> was set to exit on X error, but now just goes on and doesn't display
> the video properly, like in my case.

You are assuming that most of these errors have any relevance at all.
Hint: usually they don't.

> Also, I'm sure the error is meaningful for someone who knows the code
> and all the X stuff, but I assume the gui has no maintainer nowadays.

It means switching the colormap failed. Should not have any relevance
at all for OpenGL though.

> Allright, I'll use gmplayer+xv then. If I get a chance, I'll test it
> on another machine with nvidia drivers to see if it works or if it's
> just my system, and report here.

Well, it works on ATI HD 5770 with proprietary drivers, and ancient ATI 7200
(I think) with DRI/Mesa and on an Intel GPU (GMA950 or so?).
And as I said, it should just be a matter of commenting out the right line(s)
of the vo_x11_create_vo_window function (well, at least with -vo gl:yuv=2).
You can try this as a starting point:
Index: libvo/vo_gl.c
===================================================================
--- libvo/vo_gl.c       (revision 31389)
+++ libvo/vo_gl.c       (working copy)
@@ -635,8 +635,8 @@
   int_pause = 0;
   vo_flipped = !!(flags & VOFLAG_FLIPPING);
 
-  if (create_window(d_width, d_height, flags, title) < 0)
-    return -1;
+//  if (create_window(d_width, d_height, flags, title) < 0)
+//    return -1;
 
   if (vo_config_count)
     uninitGl();


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