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13 files changed, 1 insertions, 73 deletions
diff --git a/doc/src/camera.qdoc b/doc/src/camera.qdoc
index 5e140be0c..36b8e9a6c 100644
--- a/doc/src/camera.qdoc
+++ b/doc/src/camera.qdoc
@@ -25,13 +25,6 @@
-// XXX OMG its so bad
-// namespace warning
-// why mention control?
-// bad brief
-// control list
-// links?
\page camera.html
diff --git a/doc/src/multimedia.qdoc b/doc/src/multimedia.qdoc
index b8bcc5b82..bc4e2c138 100644
--- a/doc/src/multimedia.qdoc
+++ b/doc/src/multimedia.qdoc
@@ -32,15 +32,6 @@
APIs to play and record media, and manage a collection of media content.
-// XXX title sucks
-// XXX move backend stuff away
-// XXX move QML stuff up
-// XXX more introductory material
-// XXX terminology
-// XXX separate pages for audio, video, camera, radio, metadata
-// control, mediaobject etc stuff
-// symbian/harmattan specific pages
\page multimedia.html
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiodeviceinfo.cpp b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiodeviceinfo.cpp
index 4b71b273b..6b6f7951e 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiodeviceinfo.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiodeviceinfo.cpp
@@ -188,8 +188,6 @@ bool QAudioDeviceInfo::isNull() const
Device names vary depending on the platform/audio plugin being used.
They are a unique string identifier for the audio device.
eg. default, Intel, U0x46d0x9a4
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudioinput.cpp b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudioinput.cpp
index bb4f89653..4a6bfaefd 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudioinput.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudioinput.cpp
@@ -57,12 +57,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
\ingroup multimedia
\since 1.0
- XXX Needs more blurb about use cases etc
- Link to terminology etc
- Push/Pull mode
- State diagram
You can construct an audio input with the system's
\l{QAudioDeviceInfo::defaultInputDevice()}{default audio input
device}. It is also possible to create QAudioInput with a
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiooutput.cpp b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiooutput.cpp
index 10496bd98..ea9dcb11f 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiooutput.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/audio/qaudiooutput.cpp
@@ -58,8 +58,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
\ingroup multimedia
\since 1.0
You can construct an audio output with the system's
\l{QAudioDeviceInfo::defaultOutputDevice()}{default audio output
device}. It is also possible to create QAudioOutput with a
@@ -148,7 +146,7 @@ QAudioOutput::QAudioOutput(const QAudioDeviceInfo &audioDevice, const QAudioForm
Destroys this audio output.
- XXX This will release any system resources used and free any buffers.
+ This will release any system resources used and free any buffers.
@@ -207,7 +205,6 @@ QIODevice* QAudioOutput::start()
Stops the audio output, detaching from the system resource.
Sets error() to QAudio::NoError, state() to QAudio::StoppedState and
emit stateChanged() signal.
\since 1.0
@@ -220,7 +217,6 @@ void QAudioOutput::stop()
Drops all audio data in the buffers, resets buffers to zero.
- XXX what about state
\since 1.0
void QAudioOutput::reset()
@@ -231,8 +227,6 @@ void QAudioOutput::reset()
Stops processing audio data, preserving buffered audio data.
Sets error() to QAudio::NoError, state() to QAudio::SuspendedState and
emits stateChanged() signal.
\since 1.0
@@ -245,8 +239,6 @@ void QAudioOutput::suspend()
Resumes processing audio data after a suspend().
Sets error() to QAudio::NoError.
Sets state() to QAudio::ActiveState if you previously called start(QIODevice*).
Sets state() to QAudio::IdleState if you previously called start().
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/qaudioendpointselector.cpp b/src/multimediakit/qaudioendpointselector.cpp
index 9bbe267a3..8f2f28f56 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/qaudioendpointselector.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/qaudioendpointselector.cpp
@@ -55,8 +55,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
endpoints available on a system and allows one to be selected as the audio
of a media service.
- XXX why do I care
The interface name of QAudioEndpointSelector is \c as
defined in QAudioEndpointSelector_iid.
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/qcameraflashcontrol.cpp b/src/multimediakit/qcameraflashcontrol.cpp
index 1633a6481..27bf09a7c 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/qcameraflashcontrol.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/qcameraflashcontrol.cpp
@@ -60,8 +60,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
You can retrieve this control from the camera object in the usual way:
- XXX snippet for retrieving control
Some camera devices may not have flash hardware, or may not be configurable. In that
case, there will be no QCameraFlashControl available.
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/qmediacontrol.cpp b/src/multimediakit/qmediacontrol.cpp
index b47d694c1..b7dfb3dc5 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/qmediacontrol.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/qmediacontrol.cpp
@@ -63,8 +63,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
the core functionality of the service and a number of optional controls which
expose any additional functionality.
- XXX concrete example of this relationship
A pointer to a control implemented by a media service can be obtained using
the \l {QMediaService::requestControl()} member of QMediaService. If the
service doesn't implement a control it will instead return a null pointer.
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/qmediaobject.cpp b/src/multimediakit/qmediaobject.cpp
index 3276a2b44..2f6840e04 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/qmediaobject.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/qmediaobject.cpp
@@ -74,8 +74,6 @@ void QMediaObjectPrivate::_q_notify()
\ingroup multimedia
\since 1.0
- XXX why do I care
QMediaObject derived classes provide access to the functionality of a
QMediaService. Each media object hosts a QMediaService and uses the
QMediaControl interfaces implemented by the service to implement its
@@ -156,8 +154,6 @@ void QMediaObject::setNotifyInterval(int milliSeconds)
that wrap this functionality, so this function rarely needs to be
called directly.
- XXX for example
The object passed must implement the QMediaBindableInterface interface.
\since 1.0
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideobuffer.cpp b/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideobuffer.cpp
index 8704e40fc..88c00f6a5 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideobuffer.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideobuffer.cpp
@@ -55,8 +55,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
video data. Creating a subclass of QAbstractVideoBuffer will allow you to construct video
frames from preallocated or static buffers.
- XXX where do these come from?
The contents of a buffer can be accessed by mapping the buffer to memory using the map()
function which returns a pointer to memory containing the contents of the the video buffer.
The memory returned by map() is released by calling the unmap() function.
@@ -64,8 +62,6 @@ QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
The handle() of a buffer may also be used to manipulate its contents using type specific APIs.
The type of a buffer's handle is given by the handleType() function.
- XXX example of handle stuff (opengl etc)
\sa QVideoFrame
@@ -194,8 +190,6 @@ QAbstractVideoBuffer::HandleType QAbstractVideoBuffer::handleType() const
The type of the handle is given by handleType() function.
- XXX put a table here too
\since 1.0
\sa handleType()
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideosurface.cpp b/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideosurface.cpp
index 13c2b25de..62a8acf57 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideosurface.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/video/qabstractvideosurface.cpp
@@ -61,8 +61,6 @@ Q_DECLARE_METATYPE(QAbstractVideoSurface::Error)
A video surface presents a continuous stream of identically formatted frames, where the format
of each frame is compatible with a stream format supplied when starting a presentation.
- XXX Why do I carE?
The QAbstractVideoSurface class defines the standard interface that video producers use to
inter-operate with video presentation surfaces. It is not supposed to be instantiated directly.
Instead, you should subclass it to create new video surfaces.
@@ -78,8 +76,6 @@ Q_DECLARE_METATYPE(QAbstractVideoSurface::Error)
hold a reference to the buffer of a presented video frame until a new frame is presented or
streaming is stopped. The stop() function will disable a surface and a release any video
buffers it holds references to.
- XXX Example?
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/video/qvideoframe.cpp b/src/multimediakit/video/qvideoframe.cpp
index 9286f898f..7c6bbdb11 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/video/qvideoframe.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/video/qvideoframe.cpp
@@ -120,8 +120,6 @@ private:
A QVideoFrame encapsulates the data of a video frame, and information about the frame.
- XXX why do I care
The contents of a video frame can be mapped to memory using the map() function. While
mapped, the video data can accessed using the bits() function, which returns a pointer to a
buffer. The total size of this buffer is given by the mappedBytes() function, and the size of each line is given
@@ -133,8 +131,6 @@ private:
\note QVideoFrame is explicitly shared, any change made to video frame will also apply to any
- XXX example
@@ -343,8 +339,6 @@ QVideoFrame::QVideoFrame(const QImage &image)
Constructs a copy of \a other.
- XXX reference count
\since 1.0
QVideoFrame::QVideoFrame(const QVideoFrame &other)
@@ -365,8 +359,6 @@ QVideoFrame &QVideoFrame::operator =(const QVideoFrame &other)
Destroys a video frame.
- XXX reference count
@@ -397,8 +389,6 @@ QVideoFrame::PixelFormat QVideoFrame::pixelFormat() const
Returns the type of a video frame's handle.
- XXX What about it?
\since 1.0
QAbstractVideoBuffer::HandleType QVideoFrame::handleType() const
@@ -536,8 +526,6 @@ QAbstractVideoBuffer::MapMode QVideoFrame::mapMode() const
Returns true if the buffer was mapped to memory in the given \a mode and false otherwise.
- XXX examples and why do I care
\since 1.0
\sa unmap(), mapMode(), bits()
@@ -581,8 +569,6 @@ void QVideoFrame::unmap()
\note This is the bytes per line of the first plane only. The bytes per line of subsequent
planes should be calculated as per the frame type.
- XXX examples of these calculations
This value is only valid while the frame data is \l {map()}{mapped}.
\since 1.0
@@ -643,8 +629,6 @@ int QVideoFrame::mappedBytes() const
For an OpenGL texture this would be the texture ID.
- XXX Perhaps a table with corresondence
\since 1.0
\sa QAbstractVideoBuffer::handle()
@@ -674,7 +658,6 @@ void QVideoFrame::setStartTime(qint64 time)
Returns the presentation time when a frame should stop being displayed.
- XXX example? if start=end what happens?
\since 1.0
qint64 QVideoFrame::endTime() const
diff --git a/src/multimediakit/video/qvideosurfaceformat.cpp b/src/multimediakit/video/qvideosurfaceformat.cpp
index da27b5f41..4d198e186 100644
--- a/src/multimediakit/video/qvideosurfaceformat.cpp
+++ b/src/multimediakit/video/qvideosurfaceformat.cpp
@@ -142,9 +142,6 @@ public:
A video surface presents a stream of video frames. The surface's format describes the type of
the frames and determines how they should be presented.
- XXX Why do I care
- XXX why isn't it videostreamformat then?
The core properties of a video stream required to setup a video surface are the pixel format
given by pixelFormat(), and the frame dimensions given by frameSize().