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[Gnash-dev] Bug hunter..

From: Andrea Palmatè
Subject: [Gnash-dev] Bug hunter..
Date: Wed, 01 Jul 2009 18:00:22 +0200
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20090605)

in my hunt that damned bug that is killing my life i've found this problem:


printf("NetStream_as::time: %ld\n",NetStream_as::time());
   return _playHead.getPosition();

with usual player2.swf,while on Linux is always 0, on AmigaOS the first time is called is 0 while the next is a large number like 150000000 (not all zero of course)
and indeed is my problem on the bar that is displayed wrong.
Well, I don't know if this IS the problem but i have two warning on

asobj/flash/media/Sound_as.cpp: In member function 'void gnash::Sound_as::start(double, int)': asobj/flash/media/Sound_as.cpp:484: warning: converting to 'boost::uint64_t' from 'double' asobj/flash/media/Sound_as.cpp:517: warning: converting to 'unsigned int' from 'double'

and indeed start has the first parameter that is double

line 484 should not be a problem:

           _startTime = secOff * 1000;

but line 517 could be a problem

       unsigned int inPoint = 0;

       if ( secOff > 0 ) {
           inPoint = (secOff*44100); //This is line 517

Why on linux this warning is not signaled by the compiler? there is a problem also on sound_handler->startSound that has the 5° parameter as unsigned int.


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