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Convert wavpack hybrid to wavpack standard

Reply #25
Yes, I know the adoption is pretty slow in some distros.

I just noticed that my distro upgraded 

I just saw that Arch  Linux updated, but they had to add --disable-asm, which means it's actually slower than 4.70 now. I've e-mailed the maintainer asking if I could help.

I also got a report that the asm build on MaxOS is broken too... 



Convert wavpack hybrid to wavpack standard

Reply #27
I guess the bug has been fixed. The one in my distro is just ancient.

Convert wavpack hybrid to wavpack standard

Reply #28
Yes, I know the adoption is pretty slow in some distros.

I just noticed that my distro upgraded 

I just saw that Arch  Linux updated, but they had to add --disable-asm, which means it's actually slower than 4.70 now. I've e-mailed the maintainer asking if I could help.

I also got a report that the asm build on MaxOS is broken too... 


If building from X64 and targeting X86. The right asm arch is not detected correctly if --host is not passed explicitly!
That's because you're using $host_cpu for detection in configure.


Convert wavpack hybrid to wavpack standard

Reply #30
^ You might want to ask the question on the arch mailing list or the maintainer directly, instead.

Convert wavpack hybrid to wavpack standard

Reply #31
Wavpack 4.75.2 are released. Arch Linux package is up. Arch still uses --disable-asm. Why is this?

https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit/pac...ackages/wavpack

I noticed that for 4.75.0 and e-mailed the maintainer (I had corresponded with him in the past), but did not hear back.

I'll try again.

 
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