[Mplayer-users] Bug Report: Audio corruption with recent CVS versions
atmosfear at users.sourceforge.net
Thu May 31 16:58:41 CEST 2001
On Thursday, 31. May 2001 15:33, you wrote:
> Thus spake Felix Buenemann (atmosfear at users.sourceforge.net):
> > > Excuse me?
> > > Your behaviour is acceptable if it is a known bug that is being
> > > reported. In a few months, everyone will use gcc 3.0. Postponing
> > > looking at bug reports that will bite you then is a really dumb idea.
> > GCC 3.0 might be ok, but GCC 2.96 that comes with redhat is know to be
> > buggy so he shouldn't use it (maybe look at DOCS/BUGS). And I don't know
> > what's wrong with trying a compiler first that's know to compie mplayer
> > fine.
> That mail was sent by you before he said he was using 2.96.
Yes, I didn't know what caused the problem so I did a quick search on google
to suggest what he could try to get mplayer compiling.
> > > Do you have a reading problem?
> > > The constraints look inconsistent.
> > > If your gcc is broken and does not complain, YOUR gcc is buggy, not
> > > his.
> > Code is usually not compiled for me as I have a Intel cpu, just forced
> > use of 3dnow instructions and tried to compile 2 days ago or so and it
> > showed no errors.
> So why did you write anything, then?
Hmm, maybe I was trying to help? =)
> The code is not used for you, you don't know anything about the gcc
> assembly interface, and you didn't write the offending code in the first
It was the same problem two days ago or so and then I tried to compile and it
worked fine (used -enable 3dnow and stuff to use it).
> > > Why don't you spend some time reading up on gcc inline assembly
> > > constraints instead of bullying people here?
> > Why don't you spend some time fixing it and sending a patch if you
> > know how to?
> I am not sure yet. That's why I didn't write anything on the list.
> If you don't know, don't talk.
Yea let the user think noone cares of his problems, well that's the right
> It's really that easy.
Easy to bitch about other people?
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