[Ffmpeg-cvslog] CVS: ffmpeg/doc ffmpeg-doc.texi,1.87,1.88
Sat Aug 6 12:18:51 CEST 2005
On Friday 05 August 2005 16:34, Rich Felker wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 05, 2005 at 09:59:17AM +0200, Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> > Hi
> > On Friday 05 August 2005 04:15, Mike Melanson wrote:
> > > The Wanderer wrote:
> > > > Diego Biurrun CVS wrote:
> > > >> Update of /cvsroot/ffmpeg/ffmpeg/doc
> > > >> In directory mail:/var2/tmp/cvs-serv30901/doc
> > > >>
> > > >> Modified Files:
> > > >> ffmpeg-doc.texi Log Message:
> > > >> spelling/grammar/wording
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >> FFmpeg can also convert from any sample rate to any other, and
> > > >> resize video on the fly with a high quality polyphase filter.
> > > >> [...1133 lines suppressed...]
> > > >> +result file. A 'diff' is launched to compare the reference results
> > > >> and the result file.
> > > >
> > > > ...what happened here? From a comparison between what I have in my
> > > > local tree and what's in CVS, there was considerably more to the
> > > > changes than just what appeared in the mailing-list diff; my first
> > > > guess was "it was automatically cut down to be under a certain size",
> > > > but the diff on my end comes to only 47K, which is rather smaller
> > > > than the largest I have in this list's archives (172K). Did a "do not
> > > > suppress lines" setting get lost in the recent server breakdown?
> > >
> > > Most likely, the 172K message was a combination of a number of file
> > > changes. The ...suppression... message only occurs when one individual
> > > file diff is larger than a certain threshold.
> > yes, and the treshold is 1000 lines, should i increase it? personally i
> > think i should but id like to hear some comments from the other
> > subscribers here first, is there anyone who would dislike a 10k line
> > limit?
> i'd like it to be unlimited.
10k lines is pretty much unlimited as no file in cvs is that large IIRC
> if the point of reading cvslog is to
> review all changes committed, you should actually be able to see all
> changes. and long commits will be rare anyway (and usually indicate
> that someone made a huge error..)
agree, and its also usefull as a cvs-backup
btw limit changed to 50k
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