[Flac-dev] FLAC 1.0.5 beta1 released
asheesh at asheesh.org
Thu Jan 2 22:44:22 PST 2003
I have an Athlon Thunderbird 1Ghz sitting running all alone in my dorm
room while I'm at home for six weeks. I figure I'll run these tests just
to give the poor machine something to do.
Seeing as 3DNow! extensions seem to enabled by default, I'll give them a
whir. I'm running Debian unstable's latest GCC 3.2 prerelease as its compiler.
I'm waiting for the make check now. Will 'make check' do the valgrind
tests? Are there any other automated tests I can run remotely?
For the record, I already get:
make: Entering directory `/tmp/flac-1.0.5_beta1/test'
On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Josh Coalson wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have uploaded a source tarball to sourceforge for testing. See the
> news item in the HTML docs for the changes (or look here:
> Download here:
> The standard test of 'configure && make && make check' is good; also,
> play around with the replaygain and cuesheet stuff, and the new things
> in the xmms plugin.
> There is a new configure option --enable-valgrind-testing that will run
> the tests under Valgrind too (Linux x86 only). But it's not for the
> faint of heart; this will probably take a few days to run on even very
> fast machines.
> One thing that I realized would be nice that's not in there is a
> configure option like --xmms-plugin-dir to specify where the xmms plugin
> will go. I tried manually copying libflac-xmms.so into ~/.xmms/Plugins
> and it worked great, so if someone can get that option working and send
> me a patch I'd be obliged.
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