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GStreamer 1.24 Multimedia Framework Released with Vulkan H.264 and H.265 Video Decoders

Highlights of the GStreamer 1.24 release include Vulkan H.264 and H.265 video decoders, a new unixfd plugin for efficient 1:N inter-process communication on Linux, new GstMeta for SMPTE ST-291M HANC/VANC Ancillary Data, a new W3C Media Source Extensions library, and DRM Modifier Support for dmabufs on Linux.

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Arti 1.2.0 is released: onion services development

In Arti 1.2.0, trying out onion services will hopefully be a smoother experience. We have fixed a number of bugs and security issues, and have made the onion-service-service feature non-experimental.

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GDB 14.1 released

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Dec 05, 2023

Version 14.1 of the GDB debugger is out. Changes include initial support for the debugger adapter protocol, NO_COLOR support, the ability to work with integer types larger than 64 bits, a number of enhancements to the Python API, and more.

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