Changelog is updated, but download links go to old FLAC 1.2.1 version
How is the official 1.2.1b build compiled? Is it possible to have a 1.3.0 built the same way of the official one? I just want to make sure it will work with everything.
I am currently use this one: http://www.saunalahti.fi/~cse/temp/flac-1.3.0-win32.zip
libFLAC uses the C stdlib for file i/o. even on my XP box with VS 2005, microsoft's stdlib implementation is still limited to 2 GB (i.e. no 64-bit off_t).I'm reluctant to add win-specific calls to libFLAC just because MS is intentionally sabotaging portability. every other build of flac works with large files.
Yes, not sure why it was left out of the changelog. Another problem size was 4 GB. Both issues are solved and I have tested over 20 GB FLAC files succesfully. Such large FLAC actually revealed bugs in foobar2000 that are fixed in latest versions.
Crash.Do these ICL 12.1 compiles require a SSE2 cpu by any chance?
Case 76.2 sktf 77.0 sjohn33 32bit 79.6 slamedude SSE 32bit 79.5 sjohn33 64bit 77.6 slamedude SSE 64bit 76.6 s
Case 21.0 sktf 23.2 sjohn33 32bit 21.2 slamedude SSE 32bit 21.1 sjohn33 64bit 26.3 slamedude SSE 64bit 25.3 s
32 and 64 bit compiles are at Rarewares now - ICL 12.1 compiles.