[ogg-dev] libogg++ release 0.1.1

Conrad Parker conrad at metadecks.org
Fri May 4 01:16:38 PDT 2007

On 03/05/07, Elaine YueLien <et at ihear.com> wrote:
> Hi Conrad,
> Just a word of thanks to you and other authors at xiph for your work.
> libogg++ is not meant to duplicate functionality that libogg and liboggz
> already provide. Rather, it offers a different partitioning of logical
> from transport, and is oriented to threaded execution.

No problems about duplicating functionality, the more people doing ogg
hacking the better. Writing an implementation from scratch is the best
way to learn about ogg anyway.

> libogg++ provides only forward seeking for each logical stream
> relatively by packet increments, and absolutely by granule positions,
> guaranteeing only that the sequence of the packets you get will be
> greater than or equal to what you asked for.

Ah ok, now I understand :-)

If you haven't already, please come chat on #theora on
irc.freenode.net, be part of the xiph community :-)



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