[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 377280] [cdiocddasrc] issue if drive endianness != machine endianness

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Fri Apr 20 03:12:44 PDT 2007

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------- Comment #33 from rocky at panix.com  2007-04-20 10:12 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #32)
> Note on Solaris, we plan on removing libcdio anyway since it is GPL and we
> really shouldn't use it in GStreamer.  We plan to move to using an ioctl based
> CDDA plugin discussed in bug #413705.  
> Therefore it might make sense just to close this bug as willnotfix.

Although it may be a pity that Sun Microsystems for whatever reason can't deal
with GPL here, I am at a loss to understand how Sun/Solaris's decision changes
what Gnome/Gstreamer developers work on. They are independent organizations,

I don't know if Brian is a Gnome/Gstreamer developer - I haven't seen anything
indicating this - but I can say with certainty he's not a libcdio developer.
And I've indicated that if the bug can be identified as a libcdio bug, we'll
probably fix it (eventually).

So I find it odd, if not also again a bit self-serving, for him to suggest
Gstreamer policy. 

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