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- Subject: Re: sound in lua
- From: ccos <ccos@...>
- Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2005 20:44:51 +1100
for a nice portable soundfile library, you might also have a peak at
and by the same guy, secret rabbit code (libsamplerate):
and for portable audio i/o have a look at portaudio:
both small libs which do one thing and do them well, imho.
don't know if they'll do what you want though, i have no idea what
"voip work" is.
On 08/01/2005, at 9:28 PM, Adrian Sietsma wrote:
Philippe Lhoste wrote:
Pure Win32 or portable to Linux that you mention above?
My initial desire is for a windows (.dll) library.
The question is : is it better to have cross-compilable c code,
or a defined ui / table structure, and dedicated platform libraries ?
a pure win32 binding is much simpler than piggybacking on a large OS
multiplatform library, which still won't support (palm, ... device of
I have no experience with it, but I often see references to OpenAL
for audio uses: http://www.openal.org/
i'll take a peek. thanx