[mythtv] cvs--Commercial editor crash and nuppeldecoder.cpp

Isaac Richards ijr at po.cwru.edu
Tue May 27 18:13:10 EDT 2003

On Tuesday 27 May 2003 01:52 pm, Mark Chou wrote:
> I'm Using CVS from 5/22.  What exactly is the significance of the 10MB
> magic number in commented line "//arbitrary 10MB  limit" (line 737) in
> nuppelencoder.cpp?
> With the current CVS, whenever I'm in edit mode, editing commercials on
> a remotely stored file on LAN (networked mythtv boxes), the editor
> invarably crashes and I get a message like "Broken packet: X
> 2013989896"  This behavior never used to happen on myth 0.8.  FWIW if
> the file is local, the editing seems to be OK.  This is a switched
> network with only four machines, and there isn't much traffic besides
> transfer chunks of the eremote file during editing.
> Anybody else see this behavior or has an explanation for this magic number?

Should be fixed.  The 'magic' number should be obvious.  You don't really want 
to sit there and wait while it reads in 2 gigs of data (going by your 
numbers), do you?


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