Writing Flash Driver
Heiko Wundram (Beenic)
wundram at beenic.net
Wed Oct 24 06:13:46 PDT 2007
Am Mittwoch, 24. Oktober 2007 14:47:56 schrieb icantthinkofone:
> Does that in any way answer the question?
Yes, because gnash is an open-source (re)implementation of Flash Player,
compatible with a large part of the Flash7 specification, so that you don't
need Adobe's player to play Flash format multimedia files. Did you actually
check out (i.e., visit _and_ read) the gnash website, if you're asking this?
By the way, this has nothing to do with drivers; Flash is a data-container
format, which requires a program (knowing the specification, which is
sort-of-open, with the emphasis lying on "sort-of," not "open," for Flash) to
interpret, not a device. The word "driver" is reserved for software providing
access to the latter (at least in my vocabulary), or at least something
happening in kernel-space.
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