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Re: pkg/53369: audio/mpg321 coredumps with SIGSEGV
The following reply was made to PR pkg/53369; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Leonardo Taccari <leot%NetBSD.org@localhost>
Subject: Re: pkg/53369: audio/mpg321 coredumps with SIGSEGV
Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2018 16:54:19 +0200
Sevan Janiyan writes:
> Thank you, that fixes the crash.
Neat, thank you for the quick feedback!
> There is an aggressive mode which tries to execute mpg321 at a higher
> priority, does sem_post() fit in that situation?
At least the sem_post() removed I think wasn't related to that.
> It seems I've gotten into a bit of a rabbit hole, while mpg321 now does
> crash initially, it plays MP3 files at the wrong pitch (everything is
> way too high) and it eventually crashes if I point it to a wav file.
> There's a patch in Free/OpenBSD ports which cleans up some bugs in
> mpg321.c that will be usefull to pull in (don't leak file descriptors or
> free random pointers). I will raise separate bug reports for these.
Whooops! At least on amd64 -current seems to works pretty well with some
$RANDOM mp3 files. Probably yes, please fill separate PRs (and if
possible please also share problematic mp3/wav files or URLs to them if
they are under free licenses).
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