I demand that Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt may or may not have written... > Darren Salt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >> The attached patches are proposed for xine-lib 1.1.14-2. >> 9478: v4l segfault fix (free(), null dereference) >> 9518: avoid Xv deinterlacer image corruption on some chipsets >> 9519: v4l buffer overflow fix (pre-allocation too early) >> 9520: v4l CVBS & S-Video input fix >> 9521: corrupt media file segfault (Windows Media) >> 9522: MP3 metadata mishandling segfaults (bug 491671) >> 9529: corrupt media file segfault (Ogg) (bug 492870) >> 9531: needed to fix a bug introduced in 9521 >> 9536: corrupt media file segfault (AVI) >> 9537: corrupt media file segfault (Windows Media again) > All OK. Merging the patches for 9521 and 9531 would have been nice. An additional patch, fixing another corrupt media file segfault, is attached; it fixes the problem by using an external copy of libfaad. (src/libfaad/Makefile.in is regenerated but is not altered by the attached patch since it's trivially regenerated with automake-1.10.) The Xv deinterlacer patch will probably be slightly extended: it patches only the X11 xv output plugin, and I'm told that the XCB xv plugin needs to be patched similarly. -- | Darren Salt | linux or ds at | nr. Ashington, | Toon | RISC OS, Linux | youmustbejoking,demon,co,uk | Northumberland | Army | + Buy local produce. Try to walk or cycle. TRANSPORT CAUSES GLOBAL WARMING. I'm an absolute, off-the-wall fanatical moderate.
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