[Mplayer-cvslog] CVS: main Makefile, 1.286, 1.287 configure, 1.861, 1.862 subreader.c, 1.130, 1.131 subreader.h, 1.31, 1.32

Diego Biurrun diego at biurrun.de
Tue May 11 21:00:58 CEST 2004

Jindrich Makovicka writes:
> Diego Biurrun wrote:
> > 
> > OK, but what does it do?
> It guesses the subtitle charset :) Eg. for Czech it can automagically 
> select win1250, iso8859-2 or utf8. I would commit the manpage change, 
> but the docs CVS appears to be locked.


I have committed to docs today...  What kind of error message do you


Some comments for your patch:

> +.B \-subcp enca:<language>:<fallback codepage> (ENCA only)
> +If MPlayer has been compiled with ENCA charset autodetection library,

This is redundant, that's why you correctly wrote (ENCA only) above.

> +you can specify your language using two letter language code. If

"..using a two.."

> +unsure, enter anything and watch mplayer -v output for available
> +languages. Fallback codepage specifies the codepage to use, when the
> +autodetection fails.

Also please start new sentences on a new line.

> +.IPs "\-subcp enca:cs:latin2"
> +guess the encoding, assuming the subtitles are Czech, fall back for
> +latin 2, if the detection fails

Start a sentence capitalized and end with a period.  Also fall back

> +.IPs "\-subcp enca:pl:cp1250"
> +guess the encoding for Polish, fall back for cp1250

Start a sentence capitalized and end with a period.


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