[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] mjpeg cleanup and again interlaced fix

Michael Niedermayer michaelni
Sun Apr 15 03:40:32 CEST 2007


On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 02:23:24AM +0200, Baptiste Coudurier wrote:
> > [...]
> >>>>>> You broke ./configure --enable-debug with your h264 bugs without asking
> >>>>>> anyone and without even willing to fix, and you just said "send patch",
> >>>>>> that proves how you care about others.
> >>>>> its a gcc bug ...
> >>>> You still broke something working, so you must reverse it. Your solution
> >>>> was not acceptable.
> >>> if a changes in the source cause some version of gcc to fail (or even all
> >>> versions of gcc)
> >>> due to a gcc bug, this still is a gcc bug and not one in ffmpeg, as its
> >>> not a ffmpeg bug theres no reason why it should be reversed
> >> I don't think that is a valid reason to break other working features.
> >> You MUST deal with gcc bugs like it or not, and not breaking working
> >> features OR you must implement YOURSELF the check for available
> >> registers, not saying that you don't care about PIC or that you are lazy.
> > 
> > who are you that you tell me what i "MUST"?
> Aren't you prefering democracy ? 

i do

> In a democracy I can say what Im thinking.

yes and you seem to do that, so i see no problem here

> And Im a developer following ffmpeg since more than 1 year now, and an
> active
> contributor.

could very well be iam not disagreeing

but where is the point? democracy is "rule by the people" you dont
qualify as people, you are one out of many

> Anyway I noticed you did not even care to mention where a problem with a
> mov having a wrong height/width caused problem.


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