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Old 22nd March 2011, 18:04   #1  |  Link
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[SOLVED] TwoLame.exe 0.3.13

Has anybody managed to compile it ?

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Old 22nd March 2011, 22:11   #2  |  Link
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Code:
Can't find sndfile.h on your system
OK, so, where the f*** the damn compiler expects to find it ?

I've succesfully compiled and "installed" libsndfile,
however ./configure is unable to detect it.

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EDIT:

OK, I found the answer to the problem...

{
<DEVILOPER'S_MIND>
yep, if we can complicate things,
why should we keep them simple?
</DEVILOPER'S_MIND>
}

... and still, cannot create the damn binary -.-

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Old 22nd March 2011, 23:37   #3  |  Link
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I don't know what build environment you are using, so I can only guess.

However compiling the library alone isn't sufficient. The .h file must be located in the include directory and the corresponding .lib or .a file must be located in the library directory.

But obviously the header file 'sndfile.h' is missing from include directory (or you didn't add the directory where it is located to your include directories).
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Well, I compiled libsndfile, only because
I didn't find a way to make twolame not depend on it.
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Old 23rd March 2011, 04:31   #5  |  Link
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<ARGH>

For compiling libsndfile 1.0.23 :

Code:
./configure (--blah-blah-blah) --disable-shave
{ N0TE:

libsndfile 1.0.24 does not need --disable-shave

}

For twolame.exe :

Code:
 ./configure (--blah-blah-blah) CPPFLAGS='-DLIBTWOLAME_STATIC'
F I N A L ? R E S U L T S! ( w/ no warranties... ) :

(new) http://cid-5acf098e0ebae8d5.office.l...exe-0.3.13x.7z

(old) http://cid-5acf098e0ebae8d5.office.l...exe-0.3.13.cab

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