jerkiness in video on using phonon on windows
ian.monroe at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 21:43:01 GMT 2009
2009/11/23 Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org>:
> Em Segunda-feira 23. Novembro 2009, às 21.40.29, Ian Monroe escreveu:
>> 2009/11/23 Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org>:
>> > Em Segunda-feira 23 Novembro 2009, às 19:19:31, Martin Sandsmark escreveu:
>> >> Mandag 23. november 2009 19.07.35 skrev Thiago Macieira :
>> >> > There have been lots of changes made to phonon-ds9 since July,
>> >> > including bugfixes.
>> >> >
>> >> > It's hardly unmaintained.
>> >> Where? I can't see anyone committing to the ds9 backend in Phonon's
>> >> trunk, apart from Scripty, the last 10 months.
>> > In Qt, in src/3rdparty/phonon/ds9.
>> > Justin and Thierry have already made the patches and agreed to push to
>> > KDE. Will probably happen when 4.6 is out and we have time.
>> Whats the point of having it in SVN at all if it just results in
> All those patches should have been developed in SVN, I agree with you.
> Unfortunately, SVN is a lot more cumbersome to develop than Git. And not all
> developers who made fixes have SVN accounts.
> So it's being developed like WebKit: some changes upstream (SVN), some changes
> in Qt (Git). Then someone has to do the merge. However, unlike WebKit, no one
> has set up a good system for doing merges properly, nor taken the
> responsibility of doing this periodically.
But Webkit is a broader development community with its own release
cycle issues, other maintainers etc etc.
Keeping the Qt backends in SVN has no apparent benefit.
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