Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of zzuf/bugs


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Jan 18, 2010, 12:28:34 AM (7 years ago)
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    11== The January 2010 media player debacle ==
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    3 Yes, it’s a debacle again. While some players such as MPlayer had their stability improved, zzuf could again find bugs with most files, especially video codecs. All programs are the latest version in Debian amd64 sid as of 2010/01/14.
     3Yes, it’s a debacle again. While some players such as MPlayer had their stability improved, zzuf could again find bugs with most files, especially video codecs. All programs are the latest version in '''Debian amd64 sid''' as of 2010/01/14.
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    5 Each of these bugs was found in less than 2 minutes of zzuf action, meaning that the “robust” cells are even less trustworthy than last time.
     5Each of these bugs was found in '''less than 2 minutes''' of zzuf action, meaning that the “robust” cells are even less trustworthy than last time.
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    77Audio codecs:
     
    3232== The January 2007 media player debacle ==
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    34 Media players are especially sensitive to stream corruption. In fact, zzuf started its life as a tool to find bugs in the VLC media player software. The following table gives a few examples of crashes (all programs were the latest version in Debian i386 sid as of 2007/01/14). Click on each link to download the file that caused the crash:
     34Media players are especially sensitive to stream corruption. In fact, zzuf started its life as a tool to find bugs in the VLC media player software. The following table gives a few examples of crashes (all programs were the latest version in '''Debian i386 sid''' as of 2007/01/14). Click on each link to download the file that caused the crash:
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    3636'''Disclaimer 1''': “robust” does not mean that there is no bug, it just means that zzuf could not find one in reasonable time.