> The latter - while it's not strictly necessary to have encoder/decoder > in the same file, you will often either use the same library or even > have the reader/decoder in a single file when the container isn't > separated from the codec (for example musepack), so I think it's > practical to allow them to be in a single file. Okay, that's what I was fearing too. I guess nobody want to fake-split via symlink (readers/musepack -> writers/musepack...) either, so it means we can't structure media add-ons subfolders anymore per *purpose*. Well. "plugins" is fine enough, let's keep it! ;-) Bye, Philippe.