[vlc-devel] [vlc-commits] src: split darwin threading code from the generic posix implementation

Rémi Denis-Courmont remi at remlab.net
Sat Dec 28 11:58:26 CET 2013


Le vendredi 27 décembre 2013, 16:29:56 Rafaël Carré a écrit :
> http://www.videolan.org/developers/vlc/doc/doxygen/html/posix_2thread_8c.htm
> l#a383ba5899d52e9e8515579c301d61068
> http://www.videolan.org/developers/vlc/doc/doxygen/html/darwin_2thread_8c.ht
> ml#a383ba5899d52e9e8515579c301d61068
> Not sure what's getting ignored here.

I do not know how Doxygen deals with this situation. W.r.t. <vlc_threads.h> if 
it sees conflicting documentation for a single function, Doxygen could:
- discard all copies,
- show all of them, or
- pick one and discard the other one(s).
I do not need to know which path Doxygen actually follows, since all of them 
are wrong anyway. Your side of the argument is just ridiculous. You were 
rebuffed after complaining about the form of my review, so you found no better 
than to complain about the content.

I would understand a desperate politician, a lunatic psychopath, a drug addict 
onto something or a small child behaving that way. From a VLC developer, and a 
professional one at that, this is very disturbing. I mean, it really *seems* 
you are only trying to annoy people on the mailing list.

Well, suit yourself. Personally I do not earn money from VLC development at 
this point and thus I do not need good publicity. I won't stop making negative 
review comments just because of you.

> Why aren't you explicit instead of playing guessing games?

This is baseless accusations. And you know it because we already discussed 
this 5 months ago.

Rémi Denis-Courmont

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