ignore maxRectsPerUpdate when encoding is Zlib (thanks scarr)

dscho 17 years ago
parent 199ec23a05
commit 10c61b53c2

@ -28,7 +28,8 @@ email!): Akira Hatakeyama, Karl J. Runge, Justin "Zippy" Dearing,
Oliver Mihatsch, Greg Sternberg, Werner Hofer, Giampiero Giancipoli,
Glenn Mabutt, Paul Kreiner, Erik Kunze, Mike Frysinger, Martin Waitz,
Mark McLoughlin, Paul Fox, Juan Jose Costello, Andre Leiadella,
Alberto Lusiani, Malvina Mazin, Dave Stuart, Rohit Kumar, and Donald Dugger.
Alberto Lusiani, Malvina Mazin, Dave Stuart, Rohit Kumar, Donald Dugger,
and Steven Carr.
Probably I forgot quite a few people sending a patch here and there, which
really made a difference. Without those, some obscure bugs still would

@ -1,3 +1,7 @@
2006-03-27 Steven Carr <scarr@jsa-usa.com>
* rfbserver.c: Zlib encoding cannot have a limit via
2006-02-28 Donald Dugger <donald.d.dugger@intel.com>
* rfb.h, sockets.c, main.c: add a flag to handle all pending
input events instead of one at a time.

@ -1383,6 +1383,8 @@ rfbSendFramebufferUpdate(rfbClientPtr cl,
&& cl->preferredEncoding != rfbEncodingTight
/* XXX Should rfbEncodingCoRRE be in here? */
&& cl->preferredEncoding != rfbEncodingCoRRE
/* Zlib encoding splits rectangles up into smaller chunks */
&& cl->preferredEncoding != rfbEncodingZlib
&& nUpdateRegionRects>cl->screen->maxRectsPerUpdate) {