Re: [Flac-dev] Re: multiple core support

2007-09-09 Thread Harry Sack
2007/9/8, Scot Thompson [EMAIL PROTECTED]: No, streams should stay. Audio is NOT a file based process -- it's a stream. You can't listen to an entire song simultaneously. You organize it into files for later use, but you listen and record from a stream. Stream-based storage is practically

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: multiple core support

2007-09-09 Thread Harry Sack
2007/9/8, Brian Willoughby [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Harry, You assume that the only way to use FLAC is the way that you are using it, by converting one file format to another. That's not the only way to use FLAC. The most important uses of FLAC are for internet streaming radio or hand-held

Re: [Flac-dev] Compile problems on OSX

2007-09-09 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I've got two problems compiling the current CVS FLAC sources on OSX. Firstly, the configure script can't find the OGG libraries which were installed from MacPorts. I have tried: ./configure

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC__FrameHeader's blocksize element

2007-09-09 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I've found that the FLAC__FrameHeader struct's blocksize member has values limited to the range (0, FLAC__MAX_BLOCK_SIZE] where FLAC__MAX_BLOCK_SIZE is 65535. In the encoder, what determines the size of a block? in libFLAC,

Re: [Flac-dev] Compile problems on OSX

2007-09-09 Thread Erik de Castro Lopo
Josh Coalson wrote: the main reason I haven't swtiched is I'm not up on pkgconfig and XIPTH_PATH_OGG has been working pretty well... can you tell why it's not working for you? I'm always hesitant to mess with things in configure.in because is such whack-a-mole problem (fixes things for

Re: [Flac-dev] Compile problems on OSX

2007-09-09 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry, I just updated from CVS and its still broken. If FLAC__HAS_OGG is false it tries to compile this: (void)decode_options; and there is no decode_options identifier. oops, fixed.