1. 13 Aug, 2018 3 commits
  2. 24 Apr, 2014 1 commit
  3. 23 Apr, 2014 1 commit
    • Mark Harris's avatar
      Fix Opus timestamps · 0a523700
      Mark Harris authored
      Implement reverse timestamp calculation for Opus (fixes calculated
      timestamps on first page), and correct for pre-skip and end trimming.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarRalph Giles <giles@mozilla.com>
      Reviewer note: Pretty sure we can make queued_duration overflow
      by feeding it a long stream of pages without proper granulepos.
      I decided not to worry about it; the caller will get unexpected
      nonesense, but the stream is also invalid. Just wanted to note
      the issue for future reference.
  4. 15 May, 2013 2 commits
  5. 03 May, 2013 7 commits
    • Ron's avatar
      Fix some compiler warnings · 3d5901a0
      Ron authored
      That become errors for distcheck ...
      unistd.h is no longer included by (as many) other system headers,
      and that's needed for read(2).
      A void* doesn't fit into int on all architectures.
    • Ron's avatar
      Add oggz_tools_vp8.h to the dist tarballs · 3b3700bf
      Ron authored
    • Ron's avatar
      Update for modern autoconf practice · 93d06f6b
      Ron authored
      There have been reports of things breaking for users of very new
      autotools now (against libogg and other Xiph libraries), so fix
      this one too while it's open in the editor.
    • Ron's avatar
      Respect the configure --docdir override · 754e21b5
      Ron authored
      Patch from RedDwarf, Closes ticket:1758 (for oggz).
      There is more that could be done here, right now the install-data target
      installs everything that doxygen generates into $docdir, which with the
      current doxygen configuration includes both html and latex docs, the
      latter of which aren't actually in a user-presentable form without doing
      a further build of them to convert to the desired format.
      Probably the html docs should be installed to htmldir, and the latex
      docs should not be installed at all in their current form.  If people
      do use the latter, then adding top level targets to fully generate
      them wouldn't be the silliest thing to do, and then they should be
      installed to dvidir/pdfdir/psdir as appropriate.
      But so far, being able to alter $docdir is all that was asked for, and
      this patch does exactly that.  The rest can wait for someone with the
      right itch for now.
    • Ron's avatar
      Add some gitignorance · a9ad66f8
      Ron authored
    • Ron's avatar
      Tidy for normal manpage requirements/conventions · a88b55b8
      Ron authored
      Also while we're in here, fix some formatting glitches, some things that
      don't follow the normal manpage requirements or font conventions, drop
      some formatting markup that isn't actually doing anything, and the note
      that it was generated by docbook-to-man which is presumably responsible
      for most or all of the above.
      Updating the rest of the manpages similarly is left as an exercise for
      people/days with more spare time.
    • Ron's avatar
      Typo fix · 22c71cfb
      Ron authored
      Merged from the patch in the Debian packages.  The other half of that
      patch was already fixed in e52622ed.
      And make a sentence out of "contains multiple Vorbis" while we're here.
  6. 02 Jan, 2013 1 commit
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  9. 28 May, 2012 2 commits
  10. 05 Dec, 2011 1 commit
    • j's avatar
      spelling · e52622ed
      j authored
  11. 04 Nov, 2010 2 commits
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  13. 12 Oct, 2010 2 commits
  14. 24 Sep, 2010 2 commits
    • conrad's avatar
      Merge branch '1.0-stable' · e90cad0b
      conrad authored
    • Vincent Cappe's avatar
      Fix an issue with the symlinks for pre-0.9.9 tool names · 8ac44ca8
      Vincent Cappe authored and conrad's avatar conrad committed
      When files with pre-0.9.9 tool names exist in $(exec_prefix)/bin,
      "make DESTDIR=${staging_dir} install" tries to delete them, which
      may cause a failure for lack of permissions (quite likely to happen
      when building a package as a normal user), and is wrong anyway
      (nothing outside of DESTDIR should ever be changed by "make install").
      With this patch, it will now cd to "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)" and create
      relative symlinks there, if need be. This preverse the old behavior
      when DESTDIR=="", except for the fact the symlinks will be relative
      rather than absolute.
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  18. 24 Apr, 2010 2 commits