I guess I should release something once in a while. A PV which is actually quite good and fun.
[ Torrent ]
God, I don’t know what is happening in this series anymore.
The best king… of joke.
Even more random photo! Talk about useless blog.
Taken long time ago at Bandung.
Included in the package:
- bash initialization script, mainly tested on OpenIndiana but should also good for Linux, *BSD and other *nix
- tcsh initialization script. Mainly tested on FreeBSD
- my hgrc. Obviously shouldn’t be used as is except if you want to give me the copyright of whatever you’re committing
- tmux config. Blue bars instead of green. And minor tweaking
- vimrc. Guaranteed to break vim-lite or whatever the default vi in Ubuntu. Also shouldn’t be used for most administrative task where tab should be tab and it should be 8 spaces long. Mainly for ruby development.
- inputrc. Makes various application using readline much more awesome – especially if you’re not emacs user
- Various scripts:
- cek: check crc32 of a file and compares with the one in filename if exists. Useful for checking downloaded anime. Requires ruby
- ed2k: generates ed2k link of a file. Useful for comparing against anidb database. Ruby is required.
- putcrc: as the name says, puts crc32 of the file in its filename. Also requires ruby.
- ren: rename anime files with whatever I like. In perl. Contains hundres of regexes. No test so it tends to break at unfortunate time.
Grab them here: [ bitbucket/edogawaconan/ecos ]
Basically speaking, the API for cleanly generate screenshot filename based on currently played name and time is not available yet.
In a bit more detail, the variable
mpctx->filename is not passed to the
vf.c which then not passed to
vf_screenshot.c. My current hack involves moving mpctx to global variable and use it in
vf_screenshot.c when generating filename. It works but really hack-ish. At least my directory now contains informative screenshot filename instead of
shot####.png (which isn’t quite compressed png either).
And no, I don’t know C.