From: Bruno Coudoin <bruno.coudoin@fr...> - 2007-10-30 00:09:20
I am uploading a new maintenance release (8.4.2), here are the release
* src/boards/erase.c: (canvas_event): Fixed a crash that happens when
you click on the image just once it is fully erased (commit 3106)
* src/boards/enumerate.c: (enumerate_create_item): fixed a reference to a
freed pixmap. It could crash or display broken image in the buttons (commit
* src/boards/python/redraw.py: fixed a runtime warning
'DeprecationWarning: integer argument expected, got float' (commit 3079)
* src/gcompris/gcompris.c: (main): fixed again the hack to force
gnomecanvas symbols not to be stripped. (commit 3078)
* ar.po: Updated Arabic Translation by Djihed Afifi.
* el.po: Updated Greek translation by Yannis Kaskamanidis
* ne.po: Updated Nepali Translation by Pawan Chitrakar
http://gcompris.net Free educational software for kids
http://toulibre.org Logiciel Libre à Toulouse
From: Bruno Coudoin <bruno.coudoin@fr...> - 2007-10-30 20:39:11
Le mardi 30 octobre 2007 à 12:35 +0200, Slava Dubrovskiy a écrit :
> Bruno Coudoin пишет:
> > I am uploading a new maintenance release (8.4.2), here are the release
> > notes:
> Thanks big.
> There is a problem with playing voices. A part of sounds it is not audible.
> For example in "reading/clic_on_letter" does not say the letter. Both in
> en and in ru locale.
> voices/$LOCALE/alphabet/U043E.ogg - no sound
I checked and confirm the issue.
I seems like we have broken ogg files
To play an ogg files from the command line using the same audio path we
are using, use:
gst-launch filesrc location=U0449.ogg ! oggdemux ! vorbisdec !
audioconvert ! audioresample ! alsasink
I found out that it doesn't play and return the error:
GStreamer-CRITICAL **: gst_event_new_new_segment_full: assertion `start
<= stop' failed
I opened it in audacity, then exported it in ogg and the new one works
(I did not commited it).
The loop above gives the size and name of ogg files and display the ogg
for f in *.ogg; do ls -l $f; gst-launch filesrc location=$f !
oggdemux ! vorbisdec ! audioconvert ! audioresample 2>&1 | grep CRIT;
I sounds like files under 7900 bytes fails to be played. We already had
this issue with older gstreamer. I tested on Gutsy where gstreamer is
I think the best is to open a bug on lauchpad.