|author||Stefan Kost <email@example.com>||2011-02-04 10:33:09 (GMT)|
|committer||Stefan Kost <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2011-02-04 10:34:08 (GMT)|
|commit||18213aa214139de64495962761a4c3e4fad562ed (patch) (side-by-side diff)|
docs: fix parameter name in udpsrc docs
It is "buffer-size" and not "buffer". Also trim trailing whitespace.
1 files changed, 4 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/gst/udp/gstudpsrc.c b/gst/udp/gstudpsrc.c
index f00c74b..4363044 100644
@@ -41,8 +41,8 @@
* for RTP implementations where the contents of the UDP packets is transfered
* out-of-bounds using SDP or other means.
- * The #GstUDPSrc:buffer property is used to change the default kernel buffer
- * sizes used for receiving packets. The buffer size may be increased for
+ * The #GstUDPSrc:buffer-size property is used to change the default kernel
+ * buffersizes used for receiving packets. The buffer size may be increased for
* high-volume connections, or may be decreased to limit the possible backlog of
* incoming data. The system places an absolute limit on these values, on Linux,
* for example, the default buffer size is typically 50K and can be increased to
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
* The #GstUDPSrc:skip-first-bytes property is used to strip off an arbitrary
* number of bytes from the start of the raw udp packet and can be used to strip
- * off proprietary header, for example.
+ * off proprietary header, for example.
* The udpsrc is always a live source. It does however not provide a #GstClock,
* this is left for upstream elements such as an RTP session manager or demuxer
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
* because it is blocked by a firewall.
- * A custom file descriptor can be configured with the
+ * A custom file descriptor can be configured with the
* #GstUDPSrc:sockfd property. The socket will be closed when setting the
* element to READY by default. This behaviour can be
* overriden with the #GstUDPSrc:closefd property, in which case the application