Version 0.2.0 of libdvbpsi

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Release Notes: The license was changed from GPLv2 to LGPLv2.1. CUE Identifier descriptor support (0x8a), Splice Information Section table support (0xFC) (SCTE 35 2004), BAT table (decoder and generator), and descriptor 0x44 were added. All APIs were deprecated in preparation for the 1.0.0 release with a reworked API. Packagers and application developers should anticipate renaming of the dvbpsi_handle structure to dvbpsi_t, prototype changes, removal of printf for message printing, and a message callback function.

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    •  16 Apr 2014 20:09
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    Release Notes: This release has various new descriptors (0xa0, 0xa1, 0x53, 0x81 and 0x86) and bugfixes found with Coverity Scan. You need to update your applications when migrating from a former libdvbpsi release.

    •  10 Nov 2013 21:08
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    Release Notes: This minor release fixes various ATSC PSI table bugs, adds a CRC check bugfix in dvbpsi_packet_push(), fixes dvbinfo bugs, and adds a PAT fix to ignore PMT with pid 0 (closing vlc ticket #9695).

    •  02 Oct 2013 23:16
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    Release Notes: A minor release for libdvbpsi fixing various OS compatibility, documentation, and dvbinfo bugs. Also some TDT, TOT, and SDT PSI table fixes are included.

    •  23 Apr 2013 13:58
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    Release Notes: Deprecated APIs were removed and the library version number was bumped. Various bugs were fixed including PSI table parser offsets and CRC32 validation. A new descriptor 0x54 (Content Descriptor) was added and NVOD is now recognized in EIT tables.

    •  28 Dec 2012 21:41
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    Release Notes: This release has been cleaned up, API's made more consistent, tables added, descriptors added, and bugs fixed. You need to update your applications when migrating from a former libdvbpsi release.

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