On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 09:17:36AM +0100, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> 2017-03-20 8:57 GMT+01:00 Clément Bœsch <g...@videolan.org>:
> > ffmpeg | branch: master | Clément Bœsch <u...@pkh.me> | Mon Mar 20 08:52:07 
> > 2017 +0100| [3835283293bfd38ba69203f4618f0f0f21377bcc] | committer: Clément 
> > Bœsch
> >
> > Merge commit '4fb311c804098d78e5ce5f527f9a9c37536d3a08'
> >
> > * commit '4fb311c804098d78e5ce5f527f9a9c37536d3a08':
> >   Drop memalign hack
> >
> > Merged, as this may indeed be uneeded since
> > 46e3936fb04d06550151e667357065e3f646da1a.
> 
> How are we supposed to test the next crash because
> of missing alignment?
> 

I thought it was only about compatibility with platforms not having
an aligned allocator.

Do you have a concrete example where it was actually used to debug such
issue?

> Honestly, don't you realize why these patches were made?
> 

What do you mean?

> And isn't this breaking FreeBSD?
> 

I have high doubts about FreeBSD libc not having aligned allocator.

> Carl Eugen

Note: I'm CC'ing ffmpeg-devel so this can be discussed more extensively.

-- 
Clément B.

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