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    • Chris White's avatar
      gstinfo: colorize PIDs in log messages · e231f1d3
      Chris White authored
      The PIDs on log lines were supposed to be colorized before, but the
      escape sequence was incorrect.  With this change, the code uses the
      correct sequence to colorize those PIDs.  E.g., instead of `\033[334m`
      (incorrect), use `\033[34m` (correct).
      
      This makes the log messages easier to read.  It also reduces the chance
      that a buggy terminal will choke on the invalid escape sequence.
      
      gstreamer/gstreamer#624
      
      Part-of: <gstreamer/gstreamer!691>
      e231f1d3
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    • Nicolas Dufresne's avatar
      aggregator: Include min-upstream-latency in buffering time · c983df16
      Nicolas Dufresne authored
      While we can fixe the upstream latency using the min-upstream-latency, we
      are now forced to use queues (hence more thread) in order to store the pending
      data whenever we have an upstream source that has lower latency.
      
      This fixes the issue by allowing to buffer the fixed upstream latency. This is
      particularly handy on single core systems were having too many threads can
      cause serious performance issues.
      
      Part-of: <gstreamer/gstreamer!684>
      c983df16
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    • Mathieu Duponchelle's avatar
      gstvalue: don't write to const char * · a613240c
      Mathieu Duponchelle authored
      Our various deserializing functions require NULL terminators
      to not over consume substrings (eg fields of an array). Instead
      of writing a NULL terminator to the passed-in string, which may
      result in segfaults, make a copy of the substring we're interested
      in.
      
      Fixes #446
      
      Part-of: <!673>
      a613240c
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