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Re: FIX (+UPDATE): multimedia/libtheora -- fix video encoding, and
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: FIX (+UPDATE): multimedia/libtheora -- fix video encoding, and
- From: Moritz Grimm <mlist_(_at_)_scapa_(_dot_)_dnsalias_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 00:27:53 +0100
Jacob Meuser wrote:
As far as I remember it, the consensus was to always bump with updates
and not bother guessing whether it's compatible or not?
they are claiming API/ABI compatability in the release notes, so
I don't think this would be guessing.
I'm fine with not bumping the .so version, since I also know that the
Xiph.org people got these things right all the time. However, I'm still
relatively sure that the plan was to "always bump", because it's the
safe choice and it may not always be sure whether claims of
compatibility are actually true...? I'm not entirely certain, hence my
in this case, there was already an update being looked at. that's
why I asked.
Okay. I'm mostly interested in the out-of-bounds access fix, because
that's a showstopper with encoding ... something I need for my
ezstream/ffmpeg2theora ports I'm working on (currently testing). Once
these things are done, video streaming with OpenBSD will be possible.
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