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    • Panagiotis H.M. Issaris's avatar
      applehttp: Fix seeking in streams not starting at DTS=0 · 795d9594
      Panagiotis H.M. Issaris authored
      The Apple HTTP Live Streaming demuxer's implementation of
      seeking searches for the MPEG TS segment which contains the
      requested timestamp.  In its current implementation it assumes
      that the first segment will start from 0.
      
      But, MPEG TS streams do not necessarily start with timestamp
      (near) 0, causing seeking to fail for those streams.
      
      This also occurs when using live streaming of HTTP Live Streams.
      In this case sliding playlists may be used, which means that in
      that case only the last x encoded segments are stored, the earlier
      segments get deleted from disk and removed from the playlist.
      Because of this, when starting playback of a stream in the middle
      of such a broadcast, the initial segment fetched after parsing
      the m3u8 playlist will not start from timestamp (near) 0, causing
      (the admittedly limited live) seeking to fail.
      
      This patch changes this demuxers seeking implementation to use
      the initial DTS as an offset for searching the segments containing
      the requested timestamp.
      Signed-off-by: 's avatarMartin Storsjö <martin@martin.st>
      795d9594
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    • Diego Biurrun's avatar
      configure: Do not unconditionally add -D_POSIX_C_SOURCE to CPPFLAGS. · 046f081b
      Diego Biurrun authored
      Adding _POSIX_C_SOURCE to CPPFLAGS globally produces all sorts of problems
      since it causes certain system functions to be hidden on some (BSD) systems.
      The solution is to only add the flag on systems that really require it, i.e.
      glibc-based ones.
      
      This change makes BSD systems compile out-of-the-box without the need for
      adding specific flags manually.  It also allows dropping a number of flags
      set manually on a file-per-file basis, but were only present to work around
      breakage introduced by the presence of _POSIX_C_SOURCE.
      
      Also add _XOPEN_SOURCE to CPPFLAGS for glibc systems.  We use XSI extensions
      in several places already, so it is preferable to define it globally instead
      of littering source files with individual #defines only needed for glibc.
      046f081b
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