[gst-devel] Results from some quick tests of Totem
jmoutte at electronic-group.com
Tue Mar 23 09:38:41 CET 2004
basicgthread crashes on my ppc,
opt is the one that works best for me and the one set as default in
Moreover we plan to invest some professional skills on fixing opt
correctly. So please stop considering opt as a dead broken end.
Le mar 23/03/2004 Ã 17:35, Ronald Bultje a Ã©crit :
> On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Johan Dahlin wrote:
> > > Don't use opt, use basic. I've been crying and screaming to switch, but
> > > alas. And yes, this is what happens if maintainers don't test their own
> > > apps.
> > I don't think it's a good idea to switch. Since switching scheduler will
> > just trigger a new bunch of bugs. I'm quite sure that some bugs that
> > I've seen in jamboree (which now uses basicgthread) is related to the
> > scheduler. It's better to fix opt, since we all know it's weak points.
> Why waste developer time on a dead thing? If people cared, they'd write a
> new one, document the old one or anything but the current situation.
> I know we cannot switch, but that doesn't make opt any less broken. I have
> yet to encounter my first bug with basicgthread in gst-rec, totem or RB.
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