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libVorbis 1.2.2 and libOgg 1.1.4 released
Kim_C
post Jul 2 2009, 00:41
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Straight from the main site:

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libVorbis 1.2.2 is primarily a bugfix release to push out many fixes, some of which have been in SVN for a long time but haven't warranted their own release mainly due to being picked up asynchronously by distributions. Aside from the arcane bugfix list in the SVN logs, this release includes a few new bugfixes that languished due to lack of any screaming, as well as some nice seeking-related performance inprovements to libvorbisfile.

Work has already begun on the next two libvorbis releases. The approximate roadmap is: the async error interface just added to libogg will be the next change to libvorbis, and will be the basis of the 1.2.3 release. AoTuV merges are scheduled for immediately after and will form the basis of 1.3.0.


The 1.2.2 release is available at the usual place: http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/vorbis/


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libOgg 1.1.4

Changes in the new libogg release include:
Updates to documentation, including new API documentation for API additions that had been missed in previous releases.
New iovec write interface.
A new asynchronous error reporting interface; rather than the need to check for an error return after every call, and internal or usage error will simply mark the working state 'not ready' and the error status may be checked at the end of a block. The libogg calls in-between become safe no-ops.
Various build fixes intended to keep the autofoo and Windows build mechanisms up to date.

This release is ABI and API compatible with previous incarnations of libogg.


Tarballs and zipfiles of the official release: http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/ogg/
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Alexxander
post Jul 2 2009, 08:52
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AoTuV merges are scheduled for immediately after and will form the basis of 1.3.0.

Hopefully this won't take too long. Great to see something is moving cool.gif
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viktor
post Jul 5 2009, 05:10
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AoTuV merges are scheduled for immediately after and will form the basis of 1.3.0.


does this mean that aoyumi's work gets upstream?

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Kim_C
post Jul 5 2009, 21:44
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Xiph's press release:

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libVorbis 1.2.2 is primarily a bugfix release to push out many fixes, some of which have been in SVN for a long time but haven't warranted their own release mainly due to being picked up asynchronously by distributions. Aside from the arcane bugfix list in the SVN logs, this release includes a few new bugfixes that languished due to lack of any screaming, as well as some nice seeking-related performance inprovements to libvorbisfile.

Work has already begun on the next two libvorbis releases. The approximate roadmap is: the async error interface just added to libogg will be the next change to libvorbis, and will be the basis of the 1.2.3 release. AoTuV merges are scheduled for immediately after and will form the basis of 1.3.0.

The 1.2.2 release is available at the usual place: http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/vorbis/

libOgg 1.1.4 is also released, see here.
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