[mythtv] [PATCH] Re: policy on using 'VERBOSE' in myth

Isaac Richards ijr at po.cwru.edu
Wed Aug 27 18:30:58 EDT 2003

On Wednesday 27 August 2003 05:23 pm, Geoffrey Hausheer wrote:
> This isn't really an error (it may or may not generate loss of data).  So
> I'm not sure why we want to report this by default.  Checking in the
> encoder if this is causing real data loss would be the right place for an
> error message, it seems to me.  specifically, I get this all the time
> using the transcoder, since I can effectively feed it data at the same
> rate that I read it, and blocking the write has no impact on the
> output....This is why I had changed it to an info message with a
> 'verbose' in my patch.  I'm cool with another solution, but I'd rather
> not generate lots of these messages while transcoding.  Comments?

That's something you'd want to know during normal playback/recording, 

The other things I changed were error messages that probably should be seen at 
the default settings, so I did just dump em to stderr instead of the stdout 
that they were at before.


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