gst/gst.c: Call g_thread_init() first thing in gst_init() / gst_check_init().
Original commit message from CVS: * gst/gst.c: (gst_init_get_option_group), (gst_init_check), (init_pre): Call g_thread_init() first thing in gst_init() / gst_check_init(). When initialisation is done via gst_init_get_option_group() and GOption parsing, issue a warning if the GLib thread system has not been initialised yet by the time gst_init_get_option_group() is called, as it's quite likely other GLib functions such as g_option_context_new() have been called already then, and g_thread_init() must be called before any other GLib function. The application in question must be fixed in that case, since memory corruption might happen otherwise. We issue the warning because even if the GLib folks decide to work around the problem on their end in future, this is still an issue with all GLib versions >= 2.10.0, so we should warn until we depend on a GLib version we know to be safe. Update documentation as well. Closes bug #391278.
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