[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Correct inttypes.h emulation for Visual Studio
Mon Dec 4 00:24:35 CET 2006
"Alexander Chemeris" <ipse.ffmpeg at gmail.com> writes:
> On 12/4/06, Mike Melanson <mike at multimedia.cx> wrote:
>> Alexander Chemeris wrote:
>> >> It's very sad that you think we 'hate' a compiler just because we choose
>> >> not to proactively support it.
>> > Applying this patch will take less time for you then writing all this
>> > flame mails.
>> Sending a patch to the list in no way guarantees that it will or even
>> should be applied.
> I understand this clearly. I've just surprised of some people flame reaction
> on my request.
None of the direct replies to the patch can be called flames. The
patch was rejected, and a clear reason for the rejection was stated.
>> > I identify this as active hate, not as "not proactive support".
>> I suggest you refer back to your English as a Second (or Third?)
>> Language textbook because your definition is waaaaaay off. And it's also
>> offensive, to boot.
> Yes, my second is C++. And English is third. :)
> But I'm sure I say exactly what I want in here.
In that case, please go away now. We don't want to talk with you.
>> > Please stop this flaming. I please you to go ahead and make us happy
>> > with this small change. Don't seed more evil here.
>> You started it.
> I'm very sorry for this. I do not want to continue this flame.
Can't take the heat? Think about that before you start flaming
> But I do not see any constructive steps to solve the problem. If you
> not satisfied with my solution, offer yours, please.
We already did. In case you were too busy charging your flame
thrower, I'll repeat it: fix your C library headers.
> Are you agree to adding MS-specific inttypes as separate header to
> FFMpeg source tree?
No. The error is not in FFmpeg, so it can't be corrected there.
mru at inprovide.com
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