[Flac-dev] Push/Pull Model

Ingo Ralf Blum ingoralfblum at gmx.de
Fri Feb 15 20:15:03 PST 2002

> the pointer libFLAC gives you in the read_callback, where
> you put the encoded data to be decoded, is managed by the
> library.  it may even be pointing to the middle of one of
> it's internally allocated buffers.  so you can't assume it
> will be there or point to the same stuff after you return
> from the callback.  the same is mostly true for the write
> callback.

Sorry, I meant the write callback above, but as you wrote already, it seems
not to be a good idea to use that pointer then.



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