From: Gregory Maxwell
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 05:45:01 +0000 (-0400)
Subject: Minor comment formatting change
X-Git-Tag: v0.9.10^0
X-Git-Url: https://git.xiph.org/?p=opus.git;a=commitdiff_plain;h=b72de4afda937eacf9b5b2b44bc5fe065dd00835
Minor comment formatting change
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diff --git a/silk/fixed/noise_shape_analysis_FIX.c b/silk/fixed/noise_shape_analysis_FIX.c
index d8459ae7..9b3ff415 100644
--- a/silk/fixed/noise_shape_analysis_FIX.c
+++ b/silk/fixed/noise_shape_analysis_FIX.c
@@ -32,11 +32,10 @@ POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#include "main_FIX.h"
#include "tuning_parameters.h"
-/* Compute gain to make warped filter coefficients have a zero mean log frequency response on a */
-/* non-warped frequency scale. (So that it can be implemented with a minimum-phase monic filter.) */
-/* Note: A monic filter is one with the first coefficient equal to 1.0. In Silk
- we omit the first coefficient in an array of coefficients, for monic filters.
-*/
+/* Compute gain to make warped filter coefficients have a zero mean log frequency response on a */
+/* non-warped frequency scale. (So that it can be implemented with a minimum-phase monic filter.) */
+/* Note: A monic filter is one with the first coefficient equal to 1.0. In Silk we omit the first */
+/* coefficient in an array of coefficients, for monic filters. */
static inline opus_int32 warped_gain( /* gain in Q16*/
const opus_int32 *coefs_Q24,
opus_int lambda_Q16,
diff --git a/silk/float/noise_shape_analysis_FLP.c b/silk/float/noise_shape_analysis_FLP.c
index 89c97992..1c203b37 100644
--- a/silk/float/noise_shape_analysis_FLP.c
+++ b/silk/float/noise_shape_analysis_FLP.c
@@ -32,11 +32,10 @@ POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#include "main_FLP.h"
#include "tuning_parameters.h"
-/* Compute gain to make warped filter coefficients have a zero mean log frequency response on a */
-/* non-warped frequency scale. (So that it can be implemented with a minimum-phase monic filter.) */
-/* Note: A monic filter is one with the first coefficient equal to 1.0. In Silk
- we omit the first coefficient in an array of coefficients, for monic filters.
-*/
+/* Compute gain to make warped filter coefficients have a zero mean log frequency response on a */
+/* non-warped frequency scale. (So that it can be implemented with a minimum-phase monic filter.) */
+/* Note: A monic filter is one with the first coefficient equal to 1.0. In Silk we omit the first */
+/* coefficient in an array of coefficients, for monic filters. */
static inline silk_float warped_gain(
const silk_float *coefs,
silk_float lambda,