[ogg-dev] Vectored I/O for libogg

xiphmont at xiph.org xiphmont at xiph.org
Tue Jan 16 19:38:37 PST 2007

On 1/11/07, Ard <andrew.donkin.ogg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Folks, the packets I want to place in an ogg stream are concatenations
> of two hunks of memory.  Rather than memcopy() them into one then pass
> them to libogg, I patched framing.c to accept iovecs.
> The unified diff is 80 lines, minus the OS-specific stuff for defining
> struct ogg_iovec_t - pretty trivial.
> Is there any interest in it?  Or is libogg frozen while all efforts are
> concentrated on libogg2?
> I had a look at libogg2 and that will not be a simple patch, so rather
> than attempt one I'll simply enter a feature-plea:  please consider
> equipping libogg2 with one of these:
> ogg_stream_iovecin(ogg_stream_state *os,
>    ogg_iovec_t *iov, int count,
>    long e_o_s, ogg_int64_t granulepos)

This suggestion seems perfectly sensible to me.  libogg1 isn't
particularly frozen, it was just considered 'finished' is all.


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