[FFmpeg-devel] [Jack-Devel] [PATCH] libavdevice: JACK demuxer
Sun Mar 15 20:15:18 CET 2009
On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 6:49 AM, M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com> wrote:
> I'm guessing it works because you use only x86 and because you got
> lucky. Many other architectures have much more relaxed memory models,
> particularly with regards to ordering and SMP visibility.
> Your attitude reminds me of an insulted religious fanatic, desperately
> searching for arguments in favour his belief of choice, without
> finding any.
> If you want to discuss technical matters, please use technical
> arguments. If you have none, please go away.
When faced with arguments like "maybe we should uint8_t because its more
likely to be atomic" and have that considered as a "technical argument" and
then see if followed by a bunch of personal attacks like this, I am very
very extremely happy to go away. Over on the jack-devel list, I've already
demonstrated that I know way too little about the intricacies of memory
write ordering on a variety of current architectures, and I'm happy to let
those who clearly know better than I figure out the right answers. Alas, the
arguments against Olivier's use of the JACK ringbuffer did not appear to be
coming from a position of more information, or even experience.
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