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    • Derk-Jan Hartman's avatar
      mac PPC: don't use mach absolute_time() · c6ce6df8
      Derk-Jan Hartman authored
      Introduced in [5ead92ffd58088828ed802173d963b2571f0cd69], on PowerPC-based Macs this breaks the playback of a certain AVI and WMV files for reasons not fully understood. The commit was reverted for PPC macs in
      * [49f3721c5baa88feece1d8793f08f08b2ed86a4d]
      * [7786caa59f70d40794273cd741ea96f98d43621f]
      but these commits were never applied to the master branch.
      c6ce6df8
  14. 21 May, 2009 1 commit
    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      Remove error value from locks and condvar initialization · 50c84f60
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      On Linux, these functions cannot fail. On Windows, mutexes cannot fail
      and neither can real condition varaibles (but we use events instead to
      support pre-Vista versions). In practice, the needed resources are
      allocated as part of the mutex structure and per-thread data.
      
      In any case, basically none of the call sites for those functions were
      checking for errors. It seems best to abort in case of error than to
      hit undefined behaviour. We probably do not want to clutter the tree
      with untested never used error paths.
      50c84f60
  15. 16 May, 2009 1 commit