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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      Get rid of ligcrypt M4 macros · 410a3de5
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      One day maybe, the gcrypt maintainer will get a clue, realize
      that his library is not the center of the universe,
      that his crappy macros breaks cross-compiling,
      that pkg-config works on Windows as well as scripts (ligcrypt-config),
      and accept the Debian .pc patches.
      
      Until then...
      410a3de5
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    • Jean-Paul Saman's avatar
      mozilla: do not ship gui/macosx plugin in Safari webplugin · ad5c6b6f
      Jean-Paul Saman authored
      It is the main cause for memory leaks of VLC browser plugin for MacOS X. Every time the browser plugin is reloaded, vlc core reloads the plugins which causes all global defined objects to initialize. Since there are objects in libmacosx_plugin.dylib that are supposed to live as long as the application these are never freed. Testing is done with --enable-debug.
      ad5c6b6f
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