[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 377280] [cdiocddasrc] issue if drive endianness != machine endianness
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------- Comment #42 from rocky at panix.com 2007-05-14 15:28 UTC -------
I'm not sure I understand Chris Wang. My "report" shows there is no problem
with libcdio on my Solaris Ultra computer. If what Chris means is that he tried
the same thing on his Solaris box where he noticed a problem and Chris got
roughly the same results then, yes, I guess there is no bug in libcdio for
However if the problem is not in libcdio but a CPU endian problem, then you'll
see this on *any* big-endian CPU like Power, PowerPC (e.g. G4's and G5's)
Sparc, UltraSparc, MIPS, Alpha, etc. And this has nothing to do with the
And even if that is the situation, again I doubt the proper fix is here but
somewhere in the part that handles treating data as a 16-bit sample.
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