Sat Feb 21 16:09:44 CET 2009
On Sat, 21 Feb 2009 11:17:52 +0000 (UTC)
Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:
> Issue 678 deals with netgem.com - a company probably dealing with set-top-boxes.
> I added them to Shame when absolutely no source was available. They added a
> patched version of a tarball of r15935 to their sources file (see roundup), so I
> plan to remove them from shame. If anybody has strong feelings about not to,
> please take over the issue, it took me already quite a lot of time.
> Now the important things:
> I uploaded the diff of their changes to incoming/issue678/patchnetgemr15935 (and
> will send it to Ivan Schreter).
> It contains:
> A memleak fix for aac-ac3-parser
> A patch against h264-parser
> A patch against rtsp code (by far the largest patch)
> A patch for asf-crypt.
> A fix for "DIVX-packed"
> Small changes for MIPS (Mans?)
> A large patch against dvbsubdec.c
> (Possibly outdated) changes against mov and flv demuxer
> It also contains a patch against our amr glue code because of using a different
> installation directory...
Doesn't this rings a bell ? IIRC ffmpeg linked with libamr* is unredistributable.
And I suspect they don't modify our glue code just for fun... So if they actualy
use libamr, they probably deserve their place in hall of shame.
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