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b302bd5d288be2d3363b80053ca2392560b00b25 18-Feb-2014 Ashok Bhat <ashok.bhat@arm.com> LP64 fixes for media/libeffects

Changes include:

[x] In get parameter series of functions, replaced size_t*
formal parameter type with uint32_t* where actual parameter
passed was uint32_t*.

[x] In set parameter series of functions, changed size_t
formal parameter to uint32_t where actual parameter was

[x] Changed the definition of LVM_UINT32 from unsigned
long to uint32_t as unsigned long is 64-bit in LP64.

[x] Used other stdint.h types for other LVM_types for

[x] Use of uintptr_t for the pNextMember of the INST_ALLOC
structure, rather than LVM_UINT32, for portablility.

[x] Use of uintptr_t where pointers are used in arithmetic.

[x] Replaced the use of 0xFFFFFFFC with ~3 in places where
it was used to clear last two bits.

[x] Removed int casts where cmdSize and *replySize, both
uint32_t, were being compared with sizeof().

Change-Id: Ibec0b4d8e9b855f44b1cd853be6df84d13cf4186
Signed-off-by: Marcus Oakland <marcus.oakland@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Ashok Bhat <ashok.bhat@arm.com>
377b2ec9a2885f9b6405b07ba900a9e3f4349c38 03-Feb-2014 Kévin PETIT <kevin.petit@arm.com> Make frameworks/av 64-bit compatible

Contains the necessary changes to make frameworks/av build and work
on a 64-bit machine.

Signed-off-by: Craig Barber <craig.barber@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Kévin PETIT <kevin.petit@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Ashok Bhat <ashok.bhat@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Marcus Oakland <marcus.oakland@arm.com>

Change-Id: I725feaae50ed8eee25ca2c947cf15aee1f395c43
97bb6e89845cb6d85f4d34a4efcc1de2ce585336 17-Oct-2012 Marco Nelissen <marcone@google.com> Fix valgrind issues

We were reading some uninitialized memory when creating bass boost and EQ
effects, and using memcpy() with identical source and destination.

Change-Id: I15ea1b2c52ae05cbf54aef04351e89805e0ebf8e
d918324d44aa48b3b064ea9b87d0c520c38f15a9 27-Aug-2010 Eric Laurent <elaurent@google.com> LVM release 1.07 delivery.

- Virtualizer now uses the correct control parameter, instead of reverberation
- Volume smoothing for first frame has been added
- Equalizer_setParameter now returns correct error code
- Correcting Non-Linear compressor gain step noise during transitions and effect level changes
- Removed SVN header blocks
- Memory and MIPS values have been added to the API
- Reverb uses a more efficient malloc for input PCM
- Reverb DecayHFRatio now ranges up to 2000
- Logging has been removed for most volume functions

Change-Id: Ib59e7e331263c3811559231b4ae90c82e34a8421
09d5ca3766d4bab91cdaad7206716a5747ebad77 23-Jul-2010 Eric Laurent <elaurent@google.com> LVM release 1.04.

Remaining warnings in the code have been removed
Core components support seamless insertion in the audio stream at playtime (Enabling / Disabling the effect).

Change-Id: Icae7085305fad663faeb5a94cb673b41cec5a9f1
2c8e5cab3faa6d360e222b7a6c40a80083d021ac 09-Jul-2010 Eric Laurent <elaurent@google.com> First submission of audio effect library from NXP software.

This CL contains the first open sourceable version of the audio effect library from NXP software.
The effects implemented are:
- Bass boost
- Virtualizer (stereo widening)
- Equalizer
- Spectrum analyzer

Source file for the effect engines are located under libeffects/lvm/lib
The wrapper implementing the interface with the audio effect framework in under libeffects/lvm/wrapper

The code of other effect libraries has also been reorganized fo clarity:
- the effect factory is now under libeffects/factory
- the test equalizer and reverb effects are under libeffect/testlibs
- the visualizer is under libeffects/virtualizer

Change-Id: I8d91e2181f81b89f8fc0c1e1e6bf552c5809b2eb