[FFmpeg-devel] [mov] Fix trampling of ctts during seeks when sidx support is enabled.
michael at niedermayer.cc
Tue Jul 25 23:03:19 EEST 2017
On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 02:32:41PM -0700, Dale Curtis wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 5:00 AM, Michael Niedermayer <michael at niedermayer.cc
> > wrote:
> > Hi
> > On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 07:30:01PM -0700, Dale Curtis wrote:
> > > Thanks will take a look. Is this test not part of fate? make fate passed
> > no, we should have tests for all (fixed) tickets in fate ideally
> > but in reality most tickets lack a corresponding test
> > I tried both in outreachy and as well in GSoC to improve this situation
> > with student projects but both only moved this forward by a small
> > step. Its a large amount of work to create robust, portable and
> > practical tests for "all" tickets and everything else.
> > The way out to get this actually done would be to pay a developer to
> > create tests for "all" tickets in fate. I belive carl would be the
> > ideal one to do this work as he has since a very long time always tested
> > and kept track of all our tickets.
> > I did suggest a while ago to someone at google that funding such
> > project would make sense but IIRC i never heared back.
> > if some company would fund something like this, i belive this would be
> > very usefull in the long run for code quality
> I think it'd be pretty hard to get someone to go through and create tests
> for every issue ever seen. Even Chromium has trouble with this, but making
yes, unless theres someone who enjoys doing this kind of work.
> it part of the culture helps. I.e. reviewers should ask for every change to
> include a test.
yes though theres already
1.8 patch submission checklist
26. Consider adding a regression test for your code.
> I'm happy to add one to fate for this change. Or can do so
> in a followup patch if you prefer.
please do (any variant is fine)
> Does anyone have comments on this change specifically? We've already rolled
> this into Chrome and it's working fine and passing all regression tests.
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