Converting some silk_assert()s into hardening celt_assert()s
[opus.git] / silk / decode_core.c
index fd4e857..1c352a6 100644 (file)
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ void silk_decode_core(
             if( k == 0 || ( k == 2 && NLSF_interpolation_flag ) ) {
                 /* Rewhiten with new A coefs */
                 start_idx = psDec->ltp_mem_length - lag - psDec->LPC_order - LTP_ORDER / 2;
-                silk_assert( start_idx > 0 );
+                celt_assert( start_idx > 0 );
 
                 if( k == 2 ) {
                     silk_memcpy( &psDec->outBuf[ psDec->ltp_mem_length ], xq, 2 * psDec->subfr_length * sizeof( opus_int16 ) );
@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@ void silk_decode_core(
 
         for( i = 0; i < psDec->subfr_length; i++ ) {
             /* Short-term prediction */
-            silk_assert( psDec->LPC_order == 10 || psDec->LPC_order == 16 );
+            celt_assert( psDec->LPC_order == 10 || psDec->LPC_order == 16 );
             /* Avoids introducing a bias because silk_SMLAWB() always rounds to -inf */
             LPC_pred_Q10 = silk_RSHIFT( psDec->LPC_order, 1 );
             LPC_pred_Q10 = silk_SMLAWB( LPC_pred_Q10, sLPC_Q14[ MAX_LPC_ORDER + i -  1 ], A_Q12_tmp[ 0 ] );