why isn't wavpack more popular? Reply #25 – 2003-11-12 19:32:49 QuoteI'm sure Wavpack is not so difficult to port. I'll try to do a complete (how risky sounds that...) Wavpack Linux version as soon as some alpha code gets released. Well, as soon as I have some free time, and that means probably Christmas.glauco, I would be very interested in helping you with this endevour. Wavpack is a nice tool and I have wanted a Linux version of it for a while. I am fairly experienced in porting stuff (normally the other way - from Linux to Windows).It would be nice, however, if whatever changes were made to the source made it properly portable (rather than just a Linux version) and were merged with the main tree. This is obviously the call of the wavpack developers though. Even if it doesn't go back in to the main tree, this would be good for wavpack. There are few better ways to find bugs than by porting a piece of code to a different compiler.I would also be willing to write a simple GTK or KDE (QT) based frontend to replace the windows one in the Linux port.glauco, contact me at mbrooker at smuts uct ac za if you are interested in getting some help with this project.