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b550bfaa 05/16/2007 09:51 AM Ronald S. Bultje

Add libavcodec to compiler include flags in order to simplify header
include paths in the source files.
mostly from a patch by Ronald S. Bultje, rbultje ronald.bitfreak net

Originally committed as revision 9034 to svn://

e8d00417 04/06/2007 09:59 AM David Bateman

IWMMXT-specific dsputils clear_blocks function.
patch by David Bateman, adb014 gmail com

Originally committed as revision 8632 to svn://

f88e7c83 03/21/2007 11:07 PM Tim Chick

enable iwmmxt support, removing mm_support() stub
patch by Tim Chick, chick at computergeek freeserve co uk

Originally committed as revision 8471 to svn://

486497e0 11/14/2006 03:18 AM Måns Rullgård

revert bad checkin

Originally committed as revision 7044 to svn://

be6ed6ff 11/14/2006 03:12 AM Måns Rullgård

move some CFLAGS settings away from config.* writing section

Originally committed as revision 7043 to svn://

b78e7197 10/07/2006 03:30 PM Diego Biurrun

Change license headers to say 'FFmpeg' instead of 'this program/this library'
and fix GPL/LGPL version mismatches.

Originally committed as revision 6577 to svn://

5509bffa 01/12/2006 10:43 PM Diego Biurrun

Update licensing information: The FSF changed postal address.

Originally committed as revision 4842 to svn://

bb270c08 12/22/2005 01:10 AM Diego Biurrun

COSMETICS: tabs --> spaces, some prettyprinting

Originally committed as revision 4764 to svn://

eba9ae3c 06/28/2005 10:46 PM Gildas Bazin

IWMMXT configure support + runtime selection patch by (Gildas Bazin, gbazin : altern org)

Originally committed as revision 4409 to svn://

6ad1fa5a 05/26/2005 02:32 PM Bernhard Rosenkränzer

Better ARM support for mplayer/ffmpeg, ported from atty fork
while playing with some new hardware, I found it's running a forked mplayer
-- and it looks like they're following the GPL.

The maintainer's page is here:
Unfortunately it's mostly in Japanese, so it's hard to figure out any...