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    • Ron's avatar
      Don't rely on HAVE_STDINT_H et al. being defined · 774c87d6
      Ron authored
      Not everyone who includes speex_config_types.h will have a test which
      defines those, and if we've chosen to use the stdint types at configure
      time then we know exactly which header(s) are available, so just choose
      the best one then and generate the header to use it.
      
      This fixes ef801201 for those users.
      774c87d6
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    • Ron's avatar
      Don't overlink with libm · 6ae7f861
      Ron authored
      This will also work on systems where libm is not required.
      6ae7f861
    • Ron's avatar
      Prefer the stdint types if available · ef801201
      Ron authored
      This is similar to the change we did in libogg some time back,
      it means the generated header is less likely to vary unnecessarily
      between system architectures.
      ef801201
    • Ron's avatar
      Make autotools a bit less whiny on modern systems · 8aa51a20
      Ron authored
      There's lots more that could and possibly should be done here, but this
      is a simple first pass.  We could probably just replace SPEEX_VERSION
      with PACKAGE_VERSION everywhere, but that would tangle too many other
      things into this set.
      
      Use 'foreign' so the INSTALL file doesn't get stomped every time autogen
      is run.
      8aa51a20
    • Ron's avatar
      Make the hardcoded SPEEX_VERSION match configure.ac · c23a4ea0
      Ron authored
      c23a4ea0
    • Ron's avatar
      Tidy the speex/*.h includes some more · e2d3bc39
      Ron authored
      This is a partial revert of 785e61a5.
      
      The _BUILD_SPEEX special case isn't needed in the public headers, and
      we don't need '../include' relative paths in the internal files.
      Drop a few of the latter altogether where foo.c was including headers
      already included by its foo.h.
      
      The OUTSIDE_SPEEX guard isn't needed here anymore either, since that
      was only for the resampler which is now in a separate source tree.
      e2d3bc39
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    • vapier's avatar
      Blackfin: cleanup astat/cc/hardware loop asm clobbers · 29b1230c
      vapier authored
      
      
      Most asm statements clobber ASTAT bits (shifts, maxes, etc...) but do
      declare the register as clobbered.  Same thing with CC in a few places.
      Some places make an attempt at clobbering some hardware loop registers,
      but it's very incomplete compared with how many asm statements actually
      use hardware loops.
      Signed-off-by: vapier's avatarMike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>
      29b1230c