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lossyWAV can now run on POSIX systems natively

Hello.

I managed to compile and run lossyWAV natively on GNU/Linux.

The small code changes I made should all be C++11-compliant or POSIX-compliant.
So, lossyWAV should theoretically also build successfully in other POSIX environments.

WARNING: I have near-zero experience with C++ and the Windows API. So, I take no responsibility for the code changes I made.

The code changes are available here:
https://github.com/MoSal/lossywav-for-posix


lossyWAV can now run on POSIX systems natively

Reply #2
More like flossyWAV, amirite?

Nice work.
It's only audiophile if it's inconvenient.


lossyWAV can now run on POSIX systems natively

Reply #4
Many thanks, 2012 - your time and effort is much appreciated.

Very glad that you got it to compile and run natively!
lossyWAV -q X -a 4 -s h -A --feedback 2 --limit 15848| FLAC -5 -e -p -b 512 -P=4096 -S-

lossyWAV can now run on POSIX systems natively

Reply #5
LossyWAV is available for Arch Linux. https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lossywav-git/


Cool.

If you add fftw to depends and use the fftw make target. You should get a slightly
faster binary (~6% faster for me with a Core 2 Due powered laptop).

And those changes in the PKGBUILD are already tested. Since I'm a longtime
Arch Linux user myself

lossyWAV can now run on POSIX systems natively

Reply #6
Many thanks, 2012 - your time and effort is much appreciated.

Very glad that you got it to compile and run natively!


All thanks should go to you and Tycho for making this possible.

 
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