[vlc-devel] commit: FIX: DSHOW "none" device open (#2201). Some cleaning (basos g )
xxcv07 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 00:10:19 CET 2009
basos g wrote:
> 2009/3/9 xxcv <xxcv07 at gmail.com>:
>> git version control wrote:
>> vlc | branch: master | basos g <noxelia 4t gmail d0t c0m> | Wed Feb 11
>> 12:52:36 2009 +0200| [576844b24d53c39bdc524af235095ed7939e91fd] | committer:
>> Jean-Baptiste Kempf
>> FIX: DSHOW "none" device open (#2201). Some cleaning
>> -Fix dshow "none" deivice be recognized as none
>> Note that another patch concerning var_optionParse string
>> dequoting should be applied for this to be fixed
>> ( the concept is not to provide quoted strings to dshow options )
>> -Account for the case when BOTH devices could not be opened
>> (file an error, instead of seeming to play)
>> -Cleaned a little
>> -Added dbg and error msgs
>> -Added coments
>> Rev 3
>> Signed-off-by: Jean-Baptiste Kempf <jb at videolan.org>
>> This patch introduce heap corruption crash when running,
>> "vlc.exe dshow://"
>> On a machine without a VIVO device.
>> warning: HEAP[vlc.exe]:
>> warning: Invalid address specified to RtlFreeHeap( 00B40000, 10ADE9D0 )
>> And this command is working fine on a machine running Windows XP which have
>> a VIVO device.
> Could you provide more dubug output (at least all the dshow output and
> input debug (-vvv) output )?
There's no useful traces as well as debugging outputs or messages logs,
because this is caused by
race condition which you change the order of the function which loads
the dshow (MS lib)
way too early I think.
> And a stack trace would be of interest (where is the affected
> deallocation command ?)
> Also on the http://mailman.videolan.org/pipermail/vlc-devel/2009-March/057218.html
> it says
> [0x3530c4] dshow interface error: no video capture device was detected
> which means that you don't have a capture device or no ?
> Also it is strange that only crashes on vista .
Read my post again, it crash if there's no VIVO device
And this heap crash have nothing to do what-so-ever with QT-4.5.0.
> Are you running on x64 vista and x86 on XP ?
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