Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
gst-launch filesrc use-mmap=true num-buffers=12000 location=/my-clip.vob ! dvddemux name=d d.current_audio ! a52dec ! audioconvert ! audio/x-raw-int,width=16,depth=16! fakesink
gst-launch filesrc use-mmap=true num-buffers=12000 location=/my-clip.vob ! dvddemux name=d d.current_audio ! a52dec ! fakesink
- some Cortex-A8 / NEON info from TI wiki
- NEON and VFP Programming section in ARM compiler tools assembler guide, gives a good reference on all the NEON/VFP instructions
- ARM NEON Intrinsics section from GCC manual (but not really any more info compared to what you can find by just looking at arm_neon.h).. but once you know the instruction you want (from previous link) this is useful to find the matching intrinsic name.
- Using NEON Support appendix from ARM compiler reference guide.. the GCC intrinsics pretty much match ARM's, and the ARM doc has more useful info
Monday, August 10, 2009
On my macosx laptop, sendmail worked out of the box.. but it finds the SMTP server from DNS. So at work it was using an internal SMTP server. And at home, it wasn't finding any SMTP server. And for some reason using the internal SMTP server seemed to only work for sending patches to internal addresses. I'm sure the built-in SMTP client could be configured to work as I needed, but I really had no desire to figure out how.
Following the instructions on Nishanth's post, I setup msmtp. (go macports!) And it works great. Somehow it automagically works properly both behind the proxy at work, and from home, depending on the systemwide proxy settings. (The power of Steve Jobs compels it!)
To send patches, I use this alias:
alias gsend='git send-email --from "<addr>" --envelope-sender "<addr>" --smtp-server /opt/local/bin/msmtp'
(replace <addr> with your email address)