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From Mon, 13 Dec 1999 10:47:32 -0800
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 10:47:32 -0800
From: livid cvs
Subject: [Livid-dev] cvs: mpav

CVSROOT:	/cvs/livid
Module name:	mpeg2dec
Changes by:	mpav	99/12/13 10:47:32

Log message:
    Aaron's mpeg2dec.
    Vendor Tag:	livid
    Release Tags:	start
    N mpeg2dec/
    N mpeg2dec/README
    N mpeg2dec/
    N mpeg2dec/
    N mpeg2dec/TODO
    N mpeg2dec/acconfig.h
    N mpeg2dec/aclocal.m4
    N mpeg2dec/config.guess
    N mpeg2dec/
    N mpeg2dec/config.sub
    N mpeg2dec/configure
    N mpeg2dec/
    N mpeg2dec/install-sh
    N mpeg2dec/missing
    N mpeg2dec/mkinstalldirs
    N mpeg2dec/display.c
    N mpeg2dec/getvlc.c
    N mpeg2dec/mb_buffer.c
    N mpeg2dec/motion.c
    N mpeg2dec/parse.c
    N mpeg2dec/stats.c
    N mpeg2dec/idct.c
    N mpeg2dec/motion_comp.c
    N mpeg2dec/inv_quantize.c
    N mpeg2dec/decode.c
    N mpeg2dec/bitstream.c
    N mpeg2dec/debug.c
    N mpeg2dec/config.h
    N mpeg2dec/getvlc.h
    N mpeg2dec/stats.h
    N mpeg2dec/parse.h
    N mpeg2dec/slice.h
    N mpeg2dec/mb_buffer.h
    N mpeg2dec/motion_comp.h
    N mpeg2dec/inv_quantize.h
    N mpeg2dec/mpeg2.h
    N mpeg2dec/mpeg2_internal.h
    N mpeg2dec/display.h
    N mpeg2dec/idct.h
    N mpeg2dec/old_config.h
    N mpeg2dec/global.h
    N mpeg2dec/old_crap.h
    N mpeg2dec/mpeg2dec.h
    N mpeg2dec/debug.h
    N mpeg2dec/bitstream.h
    N mpeg2dec/Changelog
    N mpeg2dec/display_mga_vid.c
    N mpeg2dec/display_x11.c
    N mpeg2dec/tools/
    N mpeg2dec/tools/
    N mpeg2dec/tools/extract_mpeg2.c
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/README
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/mga_vid.c
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/mga_vid_test.c
    N mpeg2dec/drivers/mga_vid.h
    No conflicts created by this import

From aholtzma@ess4.engr.UVic.CA Mon, 13 Dec 1999 17:43:54 -0800
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 17:43:54 -0800
From: Aaron Holtzman aholtzma@ess4.engr.UVic.CA
Subject: [Livid-dev] cvs: mpav

Speaking of cvs, I have a proposal to make. I would like to
move all new development to sourceforge in the near future.
I honestly don't trust the openprojects setup after this summers
ludicrous outage. The guys at sourceforge seem to have their
act together. 

I also think we're going to need some kind of bugtracking soon. 
Every release I do, I get mailbombed with reports of this or 
that. mutt doesn't make a good bug database :) I often wonder
how someone like Alan Cox can process _so_ much email and 
remember which patch goes where and who it came from.

Anyways, any thoughts/flames? yea's or nea's?


From Tue, 14 Dec 1999 01:53:37 +0000 (GMT)
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 01:53:37 +0000 (GMT)
From: Alan Cox
Subject: [Livid-dev] cvs: mpav

> that. mutt doesn't make a good bug database :) I often wonder
> how someone like Alan Cox can process _so_ much email and 
> remember which patch goes where and who it came from.

I actually have a ludicrously simple system.

Mail with sane bug reports and patches in I file in a directory called TODO
with a version number attached. Mail without sane bug reports I bitbucket.
I generally find that if you bitbucket a few similar emails it jogs your 
memory and you can fish them all out of the received folder to check.


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