[Bug 30071] Need a CreateTimerQueueTimer that is stable over time

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Tue Mar 6 07:49:24 CST 2012


Jörg Höhle <hoehle at users.sourceforge.net> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Severity|minor                       |normal

--- Comment #4 from Jörg Höhle <hoehle at users.sourceforge.net> 2012-03-06 07:49:24 CST ---
Look at patch #84102 for a list of bugs:
>This is one of the most important audio-related late pre-1.4 patches.
>It fixes bug #30071, bug #28856, allows to close bug #28723 and perhaps
>every other bug report about occasional or continuous crackling sound
>from ALSA, e.g. bug #28622, comment #34 or bug #28282.
Well, DSound still has issues on its own.

>that doesn't mean they can't use something else instead.
WineXYZ.drv happens to use CTQ and doing so, uncovered a non-conformance in its
implementation.  The expected response is to become conforming, e.g. by
applying the suggested patch or a similar one, not to suggest that you're
waiting for an app author to complain directly about bad CTQ intervals and
dismiss Wine-internal feedback and needs.

Please read
for a summary of native w7 behaviour.  It again proves that Wine is
non-conforming to (Vista/w2k8/)w7 behaviour.

Well, major + minor -> normal as average :-)
Anyway, I don't care.  At one point in time, audio was considered an important
goal for 1.4.0.  I don't know if that's still the case, but either we use a few
chances to fix some of audio prior to 1.4.0, or I stop wasting my time on Wine
audio and go read a good book and sleep well at night, without worrying about
what improvement to apply next.

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