Subject: pkg/12069: Update audio/bladeenc to 0.92.7
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List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 01/28/2001 13:43:21
>Number:         12069
>Category:       pkg
>Synopsis:       Update audio/bladeenc to 0.92.7
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       medium
>Responsible:    pkg-manager
>State:          open
>Class:          change-request
>Submitter-Id:   net
>Arrival-Date:   Sun Jan 28 13:46:00 PST 2001
>Originator:     zuntum
>Release:        1.5.1_ALPHA
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System: NetBSD flis 1.5.1_ALPHA NetBSD 1.5.1_ALPHA (FLIS) #1: Wed Nov 22 07:25:41 CET 2000 zuntum@flis:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/FLIS i386

	I think we should update audio/bladeenc to 0.92.7 (it's "stable" release).
	New version tested with wav->mp3 encoding.

	Changelog since 0.92 (in pkgsrc).

0.92.7 -- 20010119:

Fixed a bug that would cause a crash if BladeEnc was given an 8 bit sample.
(found by Stephen from Minnesota).  Now compiles properly with the Borland
family of C/C++ compilers (thanks to Stephen from Minnesota).

0.92.6 -- 20010110:

Some more safe optimizations backported from the 0.93.x branch, resulting in
a speed increase of around 30% on an AMD K6-2 350.(made by Andr) The config-file
can now take filenames, directories, etc with spaces by enclosing the
switch/filename in quotation marks (") (Andr & Tord) MacOS autodetection
added. (Andr) A lot of compiler warnings etc fixed(Andr) Some defines for
Borland C added (thanks to Stephen from Minnesota), might still not compile
without some more changes though.

0.92.5 -- 2001127:  Safe optimizations backported from the 0.93.x branch,
resulting in a speed increase of between 2.5 and 14% on my machine, depending
on the bitrate. Can cause slightly different output (a few bytes being
different), but is safe. (made by Andr) Changes for gapless encoding backported
from the 0.93.x branch, including the -nogap and -sort switch, making gapless
encoding of multiple tracks possible. (Tord) -concat switch added for generating
one mp3 file from multiple sources. (Tord and Andr) Autoconf system rewritten.
It's now cleaner, faster etc. (Tord with some help by Jeff Squyres) System.h
can now autodetect Windows, BeOS and (hopefully) all UNIX systems, making it
unnecessary to set the SYSTEM-define on these systems when compiling. (Tord)
The manual added to the source distribution and updated some textfiles like
AUTHORS and INSTALL. (Tord) Changed the way the progress indicator works.
Now only updates once a second, speeding up the process slightly. Disabled
the now unnecessary -refresh switch. (Tord) OS/2 specific code updates
(contributed by Ruediger Ihle).
	s/0.92.0/0.92.7/ in DISTNAME and PKGNAME, delete patches dir and
	make checksums.