[mythtv] osd problem could be compiler
tclark at telia.com
Sat Nov 8 02:44:29 EST 2003
On Saturday 08 November 2003 07.47, Andrew Mahone wrote:
> On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 07:04:48 +0100, "Tony Clark" <tclark at telia.com> said:
> > Hi, I run Gentoo and noticed the OSD problem the other day with CVS.
> > The current default version of gcc in gentoo is 3.2.3 and I have
> > found the problem occurs if you compile cvs with that version. I
> > just did a test using gcc-3.3.2 to compile and the OSD works
> > correctly with deinterlacing enabled. Everything else was kept the
> > same. ie cvs version, glibc etc. Seems to me to be somehow related
> > to the version of gcc.
> > Hope this is of some help.
> > Tony
> Interesting... what *exactly* are the symptoms of the OSD problem others
> are seeing? I just have captions that often flicker off before you can
> read them, but that may be my source material (Cartoon Networks does...
> something... that butchers CC data). AFAIK the rest of the OSD stuff
> works OK for me (I don't use OSD much), but I can test some tonight (I'm
> at work now). If I can find a channel with reliable CC, and that works,
> and I can't find any OSD problems, maybe I can get back to making
> KernelDeint work right (and format selection to go with it).
> Btw, I'm using Gentoo as well, and gcc-3.3.2-r2. Thor's "debug printfs
> squash the bug" issue would certainly fit with it being a compiler issue,
> since that's changing the code...
I get no sign of OSD at all when I have the problem. I'm running the
sys-libs/glibc-2.3.2-r8 built with nptl
sys-devel/gcc-3.3.2-r2 QMAKE_CXXFLAGS_RELEASE = -O3 -march=athlon-xp
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