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From "Shan Jiang" <>
Subject Re: Re: Re: About xplayer source code
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2008 09:51:43 GMT
I think mplayer and other third parts from which our system derived
should be listed in Bluesky wiki
(, isn't it? And we shall
provide download links of the all related source code in BlueSky Dev
website ( Well, our team will have done this
work as soon as possible. I agree that we ought to search for a
substitution of mplayer under GPL.

2008/7/10, Bernd Fondermann <>:
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 6:46 PM, Shan Jiang <> wrote:
>> xplayer is advanced on basic of mplayer (GPL) by our team. mplayer code is
>> the core of xplayer and provide many primary functions for it, such as
>> audio/video playback, streaming multimedia transport protocols and AV
>> encode-decode (actually supported by FFmpeg ). xplayer just add the new
>> function of playing synchronized multiple multimedia objects into mplayer.
> So, where do I find the mplayer original source code you derived xplayer
> from?
>> It is very hard to divide mplayer code from xplayer in a short period for
>> ASL (even if we done, xplayer is non-functional).
> Nobody is talking about doing it in a hurry. But you better start now
> if it takes long.
> You might as well think about replacing xplayer with a properly
> developed ASL licensed alternative.
>> So xplayer is a vital
>> issue that we need discuss in detail.
> Agreed, as we do right now.
>> Is it obligatory to commit xplayer code into ASF repository at present?
> It is obligatory to _NOT_ commit this code into ASF, since it is not yours!
>> xplayer is just one application software kit of Bluesky that includes
>> three
>> independent system, real-class system (developed by c++), MERSMP and
>> xplayer.
> Except from mplayer, what other third party projects did you derive
> you other 'systems' from?
>   Bernd

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