[CELT-dev] V0.8.0 Problems
Mike Hooper Hooper
mihooper at bellsouth.net
Tue Jul 6 15:22:39 PDT 2010
I wish I could take credit for finding the bug, but I'll have to give credit to my compiler....:)
Let's now take a look at this code in bands.c
" quant_band(encode, m, i, X, Y, N, b, spread, tf_change, lowband, resynth, ec, &remaining_bits, LM, norm+M*eBands[i], bandE, 0);"
My compiler says:
"argument of type "int *" is incompatible with parameter of type "celt_int32 *" libcelt80/libceltbands.c line 951 1278452093812 9084"
I'm not exactly sure where the problem is. Can you see it?
From: Jean-Marc Valin [mailto:jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca]
Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 6:00 PM
To: Mike Hooper Hooper
Cc: celt-dev at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [CELT-dev] V0.8.0 Problems
Indeed, you found a bug! I missed it because the symptoms you saw only
occurs in fixed-point with compilers that don't have var arrays or
alloca(). It's fixed in git now. For now (commit b6a5f9), the git master
branch is bitstream compatible with 0.8.0. I'll probably issue a 0.8.1
bugfix release after we fix any remaining problems you have.
On 10-07-06 04:52 PM, Mike Hooper Hooper wrote:
> Tim, et al,
> I have run into several problems with V0.8.0. I will address them
> 1. My compiler is complaining about the following code in celt.c which
> seems to define metric first as celt_word32, then as celt_word16. Am I
> mis-interpreting something?
> VARDECL(celt_word32, metric);
> ALLOC(metric, len, celt_word16);
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