[FFmpeg-devel] Fix for aviobuf.c::fill_buffer
michael at niedermayer.cc
Thu Jul 21 01:41:15 EEST 2016
On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 03:59:39PM +0000, code bythepound wrote:
> My app seems to hit the av_assert0(len >= s->orig_buffer_size) (line 535 in
> my sources) in aviobuf.c::fill_buffer. FWIW I have registered a custom
> AVIOContext that will consistently not fill the entire buffer when the read
> callback is called.
> The outcome is that 'len' in fill_buffer is decremented with each call
> until it is less than s->orig_buffer_size and will assert fail. It seems
> that instead of the assertion failure, the method should be:
> if( len >= s->orig_buffer_size )
> len = s->orig_buffer_size
> // otherwise, len is < than orig_buffer_size, but is sized correctly to
> fill remainder of buffer.
> On the next iteration, the previous clause (dst == s->buffer) is executed
> and the buffer is reset. After that, this block is never executed again.
> With the above fix in, my app seems to work fine.
> Since the fill_buffer code has been the same for many releases of ffmpeg,
> I'm wondering how I could be the first to notice it, and if there is
> something else I could be doing wrong to cause this?
is there some easy way to reproduce this ?
diff --git a/libavformat/file.c b/libavformat/file.c
index 264542a..529a975 100644
@@ -108,6 +108,7 @@ static int file_read(URLContext *h, unsigned char *buf, int size)
FileContext *c = h->priv_data;
+ size = FFMIN(size, size/5 + 1);
size = FFMIN(size, c->blocksize);
ret = read(c->fd, buf, size);
if (ret == 0 && c->follow)
but it doesnt trigger the assert
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