Mainly testing record, generate, hi/lo pass filters, fadein, out, save, export, trim cut paste, zero, normaiize, No issues so far.
Mainly testing open, generate, hi/lo pass filters, fadein, out, save, export, record, trim cut paste, zero. No issues so far.
Works OK for my desktop. Going to push into updates.
Works OK for my laptop. Going to push into updates.
Extracting conforming content works OK. Extracting from the faulty ProofOfConcept tnef file generates an assertion and core dump. The program author says the core dump is expected.
tnef 1.4.15 fc26 runs, but: testing with the proof of concept generates an assert and core dump. I'm not sure that it should core dump..I would have expected an error message / errorlevel return.
I've asked at: https://github.com/verdammelt/tnef/issues/23
p.s. thanks to Kevin for noticing / updating my package.
It's been working fine on my system, so pushing.
With this version, vbindiff no longer crashes. However, I notice that once I aligned two (99% similar) mp3 files (audio body), then page up/down work. But then when I did top the files were no longer locked together to the matching positions I set. I'm not sure if the patch introduced this limitation; I assumed that if say the most similar parts of the files are 128 bytes out of alignment, then if I hit home, then the position of one file will be 128 bytes different, rather than resetting the offset to zero (home) in both files. This doesn't occur for the end button.