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- Subject: Re: [Portaudio] LUA ?
- From: bert <bestanf@...>
- Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 23:25:28 -0800 (PST)
another question : is it reliable to write sound processing code in LUA (i.e. call a LUA function from the Portaudio callback)? Not sure if the garbage collector would generate random clicks or pops in the audio stream when it takes too long.
Adrian Sietsma <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
In reply to :
> Hi All,
> I'm looking for a lua binding to the portaudio library. I've googled
> around but couldn't find anything apart from a post by Mr. Adrian
> Sietsma ... is there an (un)official lua extension for portaudio?
Adrian here :)
I built a Lua 5.0 library to portaudio v18 about 12 months ago. It was a
pretty smooth integration, and supported most PA functionality, including
I'm happy to
you the code as-is, but
1/ It was only ever built on Windows,
2/ Documentation is scrappy (non-existant?),
3/ You will probably have to do a proper makefile (IIRC mine is hard-pathed
all over the place),
4/ There is no libsndfile binding for reading audio files.
If you are prepared to have a go, let me know.
If _anyone_ is interested in using / *nixising / polishing / tidying /
documenting PA Lua, I will start a LuaForge project for it, but I don't have
the time to work on it myself at present.
(cross-posted to Lua list / Portaudio list
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