add items for speedups and bug fixes
authorJosh Coalson <jcoalson@users.sourceforce.net>
Tue, 25 Jan 2005 03:35:02 +0000 (03:35 +0000)
committerJosh Coalson <jcoalson@users.sourceforce.net>
Tue, 25 Jan 2005 03:35:02 +0000 (03:35 +0000)
doc/html/changelog.html

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                        General:
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+                               <LI>Sped up decoding by a few percent overall.<LI>
                                <LI>Sped up encoding when not using LPC (i.e. when using <TT>flac</TT> options <TT>-0</TT>, <TT>-1</TT>, <TT>-2</TT>, or <TT>-l 0</TT>).</LI>
+                               <LI>Fixed a decoding bug that could cause sync errors with some ID3v1-tagged FLAC files.</LI>
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                        FLAC format:
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+                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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                        Ogg FLAC format:
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+                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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                        metaflac:
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+                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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                        build system:
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+                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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                        libraries:
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+                               <LI>libFLAC: Sped up Rice block decoding in the bitbuffer, resulting in decoding speed gains of a few percent.</LI>
                                <LI>libFLAC: Sped up encoding when not using LPC (i.e. <TT>max_lpc_order == 0</TT>).</LI>
+                               <LI>libFLAC: Fixed a bug in the logic that determines the frame or sample number in a frame header; the bug could cause sync errors with some ID3v1-tagged FLAC files.</LI>
                                <LI>libFLAC, libOggFLAC: Can now be compiled to use only integer instructions, including encoding.  The decoder is almost completely integer anyway but there were a couple places that needed a fixed-point replacement.  There is no fixed-point version of LPC analysis yet, so if libFLAC is compiled integer-only, the encoder will behave as if the max LPC order is 0 (i.e. used fixed predictors only).  LPC decoding is supported in all cases as it always was integer-only.</LI>
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                                                <LI><B>Changed</B> the signature of FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment::get_vendor_string() and FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment::set_vendor_string() to use a UTF-8, NUL-terminated string <TT>const FLAC__byte *</TT> for the vendor string instead of <TT>FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment::Entry</TT>.</LI>
                                                <LI><B>Added</B> FLAC::Metadata::*::assign() to all Metadata objects.</LI>
-                                               <LI><B>Added</B> bool FLAC::Metadata::get_tags(const char *filename, VorbisComment &tags)</LI>
+                                               <LI><B>Added</B> bool FLAC::Metadata::get_tags(const char *filename, VorbisComment &amp;tags)</LI>
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                                        libOggFLAC:
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+                                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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                                        libOggFLAC++:
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+                                               <LI>(none)</LI>
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