Commit 8d0c073e authored by Arun Raghavan's avatar Arun Raghavan
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doc: Update README

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Patches, suggestions welcome. You can send them to the PulseAudio mailing
list[2] or to me at the address below.
-- Arun Raghavan <arun.raghavan@collabora.co.uk>
-- Arun Raghavan <mail@arunraghavan.net>
[2] http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/pulseaudio-discuss
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Assembling some quick notes on maintaining this tree vs. the original WebRTC
project source code.
1. Running meld on a pristine tree's src/ vs. the same directory in the WebRTC
code should produce a fairly easy-to-parse set of differences that can be
merged. I've kept the test code out for now, but this might get merged in
the future. The .gyp/.gypi files are included to make tracking addition and
removal of files easy to track.
1. Running meld on a pristine tree's webrtc/ vs. the same directory in the
Chromium third_party/webrtc/should produce a fairly easy-to-parse set of
differences that can be merged. I've kept the test code out for now, but
this might get merged in the future. The .gn files are included to make
allow tracking changes to the build system easier.
2. Be sure to keep the keep the comment on top of the version field in
configure.ac up-to-date so that it's easy to track what changes went in at
what point.
2. Some files need to be patch to avoid pulling in the gtest framework. This
should ideally be pushed upstream in some way so we're able to just pull
in what we need without changing anything.
3. It might be nice to try LTO on the library. We build a lot of code as part
of the main AudioProcessing module deps, and it's possible that this could
provide significant space savings.
# Revision changelog (version - date, svn rev. from upstream that was merged)
# 0.1 - 21 Oct 2011, r789
AC_INIT([webrtc-audio-processing], [0.1])
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([dist-xz subdir-objects tar-ustar])
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