[vdr] VDR not starting if a plugin fails to start?

Josce josce39 at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 19 19:02:09 CEST 2008

> So, if a plugin thinks VDR can well run without it, it should just
> return true. If it's a plugin that's absolutely necessary for operation,
> it shall return false upon failure. VDR can't know that by itself.

Maybe all plugins could have a setting "on failure terminate vdr" ? 
Then the user could choose what plugin is vital and what is just extra,
so if the user sets it to no, then vdr would just continue.


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