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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      ALSA: warn user on current alsa-lib versions if re-open fails · f4cae1c6
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      This bug is fixed in alsa-lib git repository. Depending on the
      underlying ALSA driver, re-opening the sound card might fail if VLC
      forked and executed another process. This is especially bad with
      xdg-screensaver, although this could affect other -earlier- usages
      of fork+exec or posix_spawn.
      f4cae1c6
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      HAVE_FPU: make constant · 145903d0
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Currently, we do not have any architecture where this would not be
      a build-time constant. Constancy helps fixing a few issues in the audio
      path.
      145903d0
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      PulseAudio: higher priority than ALSA · 7c4ca246
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Without this, the PulseAudio output is completely useless. PulseAudio
      provides ALSA emulation, so VLC would always use ALSA. Now, it will use
      ALSA if PulseAudio is not available, but avoid the PulseAudio ALSA
      emulation which makes more sense. Either way, if your PulseAudio setup
      is broken, you are screwed - this change makes no difference.
      7c4ca246
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