Re: [Flac-dev] [PATCH] fix compile errors with asm disabled

2004-10-05 Thread Josh Coalson
fixed in CVS, thanks. Josh __ Do you Yahoo!? Take Yahoo! Mail with you! Get it on your mobile phone. http://mobile.yahoo.com/maildemo ___ Flac-dev mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Flac-dev] Basic Encoder Help

2004-11-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Andrew Gatt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all, I've been writing a basic encoder using libFLAC++. It seems to work fine, as in the resultant file is playable in any FLAC compatible player, however the compression ratio is very small - the main example being a 60MB file compressing to

Re: [Flac-dev] RE: basic encoder help

2004-11-05 Thread Josh Coalson
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm currently facing the same problem. I added the libFLAC++ libraries to my MSVC application. I implemented the same quality levels (0-8) as used in the FLAC frontend application. But the resulting files are remarkable different between my

RE: [Flac-dev] RE: basic encoder help

2004-11-05 Thread Josh Coalson
libFLAC requires input PCM be signed integers. if you were passing unsigned ints in I'm surprised it didn't clip. BTW are either of you guys the one working on FLAC support in plextools? because I hear it has the same problem, i.e. lower-than-expected compression. Josh --- Saruman [EMAIL

Re: [Flac-dev] Compile flac-1.1.1 on ppc Linux

2004-11-10 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to compile the flac-1.1.1 tarball on a Linux PPC system (a G3 iBook running Debian Testing). Configure is fine, but make bombs out almost immediately with: ppc/lpc_asm.s in flac-1.1.1 assembles (or should) with the

Re: [Flac-dev] liboggflac1 soname

2005-01-20 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ralph Giles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jan 10, 2005 at 09:37:18PM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: as far as I can piece together, the last releases went like: FLAC release libOggFLAC went to - -- 1.1.0 1:2:0 from 1

Re: [Flac-dev] liboggflac1 soname

2005-01-24 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Henrique de Moraes Holschuh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, Ralph Giles wrote: As such it's an incompatible change, for which you should also zero the 'age' field. So 1.1.1-beta1 should have been 2:0:0, not 2:0:1. [...] Yes, I agree. The numbering is all about

Re: [Flac-dev] libFLAC bitbuffer optimizations

2005-01-24 Thread Josh Coalson
Eric, I finally got around to your patches after Miroslav's. the first one (the memcpy/memset replacement) I had problems with, one because the buffers can overlap so I had to use memmove (is this usually assembly in libc too?) and also the endpoints looked wrong, for my full patch see below.

Re: [Flac-dev] bitbuffer optimizations

2005-01-25 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jan 24, 2005 at 06:31:21PM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: yes, a mere 2 years later it is checked in! speed improvement for me is roughly 17% testing flac files on linux-i386. Thanks! In case you would like to check another old

Re: [Flac-dev] const issue in FLAC__lpc_compute_residual_from_qlp_coefficients (libFLAC/lpc.c:233)

2005-01-25 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- Denis Chatelain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I just tried to compile libFLAC (using Borland C++ Builder 6 on Windows). The compilers yells at me on line 233 of libFLAC/lpc.c *(residual++) = *(data++) - (sum lp_quantization

Re: [Flac-dev] in progress: Installer Package for Mac OS X (for 1.1.1 binaries)

2005-01-26 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Brian Willoughby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I noticed that there is no convenient installer package for Mac OS X. The various GUI programs that use FLAC seem to only have flac 1.1.0, so there is no simple way for a non-developer to install flac 1.1.1, other than manually

Re: [Flac-dev] A couple of points about flac 1.1.1 on ppc/linux/altivec

2005-01-29 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Brady Patterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 27 Jan 2005, John Steele Scott wrote: That looks fine to me as well. However, the best solution is something which Luca suggested a few months ago, which is to use the functions defined in altivec.h. These are C functions which map

[Flac-dev] FLAC web redesign: need help

2005-02-08 Thread Josh Coalson
last night I started redoing the FLAC HTML, not to make it look any different, but to convert it from the standards- flouting, craptacular tables/fonts/attributes mess to valid XHTML 1.0 with CSS. even though I didn't think I was using anything that exotic, I can't seem to make it look the same

Re: [Flac-dev] API breakage in libflac

2005-02-11 Thread Josh Coalson
sorry about the delay, looks like this mail just made it through moderation (at least today is when I got it) --- Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, The GStreamer flac plugin broke due to libflac 1.1.0 and libflac 1.1.1 not being ABI/API compatible. Skimming

Re: [Flac-dev] libflac++ version check

2005-03-01 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Sebastian Trueg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, first off: I am not subscribed so please cc me. thanks. :) The API changes in 1.1.2 and now the K3b plugin won't compile anymore. That's not that big a problem. That can be fixed. But I'd like to stay backwards compatible. So how do I

Re: [Flac-dev] xmms plugin bug report - macOS 10.3, darwinports

2005-06-21 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Dan Pritts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 01:14:49PM -0700, Josh Coalson wrote: 1) configure doesn't properly figure out that i have socklen_t defined, and so http.c defines its own version. Previously reported. FLAC-1.1.2 has in configure.in: yes, i built

Re: [Flac-dev] seek_absolute problem

2005-07-29 Thread Josh Coalson
not yet, hoping to carve out some time for a bunch of FLAC work in september. Josh --- Bernd Löhr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Josh, did you find anything regarding the seek behaviour? Thanks Bernd Am 27.04.2005 um 18:31 schrieb Josh Coalson: --- Bernd Löhr [EMAIL

Re: [Flac-dev] [BUG] --sector-align zero padding is not entirely zero

2005-08-30 Thread Josh Coalson
ok, this is fixed in CVS. also fixed is --sector-align on raw input files. --- Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thanks, will take a look. Josh --- Dave Chapman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, A user at the www.thetradersden.org website reported a difference when fixing

Re: [Flac-dev] [PATCH] Fix wrong use of g_strconcat

2005-08-30 Thread Josh Coalson
fixed in CVS. --- Takashi Iwai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, the patch below fixes the wrong use of g_strconcat. It must be a typo of g_strdup_printf. Also fixed the printf format, too. Takashi __ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo!

Re: [Flac-dev] Reg. I/O callbacks.

2005-09-08 Thread Josh Coalson
for the file decoder the read/seek/etc callbacks are not required, since you give it the input file name and it uses FILE streams internally. if what you're decoding cannot be opened via fopen(), then you need to use the seekable stream decoder and provide the other callbacks. if the input

Re: [Flac-dev] question regarding compression %

2005-09-27 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Gordon Gidluck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, For those of you who don't know, I now have an application on pocket pc using flac. Live2496 does realtime encoding while recording. Live2496 typically is used to record a digital source using the Core Sound PDAudio device. Links are now on the

Re: [Flac-dev] Flac and OggFlac

2005-10-04 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: HI all, I have already added FLAC support to libsndfile and I am now working on adding support for OggFLAC. cool. I have a couple of question about things that seem radically different between regular FLAC and OggFLAC. 1) FLAC has a

[Flac-dev] Re: Reg. FLAC decoding

2005-10-06 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Joe Steeve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 2005-09-30 at 23:14, Josh Coalson wrote: but all samples in buffer[] are 32-bit signed integers in host order, regardless of the bits-per-sample of the frame. so to get them down to shorts (assuming they'll fit), do like: FLAC__int32

[Flac-dev] Re: Reg. FLAC decoding

2005-10-25 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Joe Steeve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry for the delay in getting back to you., I was working on something else and just now got FLAC to work. Ok., FLAC files are playing now :) Cheers. There is a slight noise happening in the background., which i'm figuring out. I hope that it'll

[Flac-dev] Re: Reg. FLAC decoding

2005-10-26 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Joe Steeve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it possible for the frame-header.bits_per_sample, frame-header.sample_rate to differ from frame to frame?? no, not in file storage. that would be invalid. but you should guard against it anyway, e.g. aborting playback if it changes. Josh

Re: [Flac-dev] C#/.NET P/Invoke wrapper or native port of libFLAC

2005-12-21 Thread Josh Coalson
--- David-Michael Lincke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Before I start reinventing the wheel, has anything been done or is there any work ongoing to provide a P/Invoke based interface to parts or all of libFLAC or even a native port of libFLAC to C#/.NET? not that I know of. Josh

Re: [Flac-dev] libflac++ reading vorbis metadata

2006-03-10 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Emil Nowak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006-03-09 (Thu) ,at 23:20:50 Josh Coalson wrote: the vorbiscomments are not in the streaminfo. you want to do: FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment tags; if (FLAC::Metadata::get_tags(somefile.flac, tags)) { FLAC::Metadata::VorbisComment::Entry

Re: [Flac-dev] metaflac: New tags to replace crossfading in players.

2006-05-09 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Tim Phipps [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... What should these tags look like? Should I have tags like: START_90dB=0.000s START_80dB=0.567s START_70dB=2.557s START_60dB=4.676s ... END_80db=200.678s END_90db=201.034s or something like:

Re: [Flac-dev] OS X FLAC Frameworks + 5.1 channel order

2006-05-10 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Arek Korbik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, First - XiphQT uses libFLAC and libFLAC++, which are built as Mac-specific Framework bundles (libs + public API headers), which in turn are distributed with binary XiphQT releases, or framework binaries can be downloaded separately. As I don't

Re: [Flac-dev] debugging the bits_per_sample and channels metadata in FLAC

2006-05-10 Thread Josh Coalson
sorry for the delay Jeff, I have no idea what could be causing that. how exactly are you building it (gcc cross compile?). if I could reproduce it I'd have a better chance of figuring it out. Josh --- Jeff Huang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I encountered what I think is a bug in labFLAC_static

Re: [Flac-dev] Is CVS safe for daily use? Why can't I 'make install' to my home?

2006-05-30 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Avuton Olrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I need flac bug, which is already in cvs (1328191) fixed, so I was wondering first is cvs safe for everyday use? I can understand a crash, but corrupt files aren't common right? Also, when trying to 'make install' to prefix=/home/sbh I get:

Re: [Flac-dev] Where is the Transform from Float to Int?

2006-07-24 Thread Josh Coalson
nowhere, FLAC only supports integer PCM samples as input. --- Mary Amon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I was hoping someone could point me to where the transformation from Float to Int takes place. Also, if this technique was based on a journal article, paper, ect, could you point me

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: Problem with CRAM and flac-1.1.2

2006-08-03 Thread Josh Coalson
sorry if I'm not reading this close enough, I'm ploughing through a bunch of emails here, but the source of this problem is what I consider a design defect in FLAC which uses frame numbers to save space, and confusing logic for determining whether the frame number or sample number is stored. if I

Re: [Flac-dev] Not compressing 24 bit very well

2006-08-29 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Josh Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I just added 24 bit support to CRAM and noticed that 24 bit data isn't compressing much, if at all. I saw a recent thread on this list concerning this same issue. http://lists.xiph.org/pipermail/flac-dev/2006-July/001907.html I ran some

Re: [Flac-dev] test_metaflac fails in make check for flac 1.1.2 after --add-padding is performed

2006-08-29 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Tom Goetze [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: doing make check on flac-1.1.2, I get a segmentation fault ././test_metaflac.sh: line 51: 17370 Segmentation fault flac $* when running this portion of the test/test_metaflac.sh script: (set -x run_metaflac --preserve-modtime

Re: [Flac-dev] En/decoding 32bit Integer Formats

2006-09-06 Thread Josh Coalson
--- taktik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, What exactly is the reason why libFlac and/or the FLAC command-line en/decoder currently doesn't support 32bit integer samples? The comment in FLAC/format.h - of FLAC__REFERENCE_CODEC_MAX_BITS_PER_SAMPLE notes that the FLAC format supports

Re: [Flac-dev] Getting subframe type=verbatim on 16 bit files

2006-09-06 Thread Josh Coalson
looks fine, I would suspect how the PCM sample are formatted and sent to process(), could you show that part of the code? Josh --- James Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm using libFLACC++ and libFLAC and I think that I'm using the calls in the typical order (see code below). But every

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC__metadata_simple_iterator_set_block corrupting Flac (ogg) stream?

2006-09-06 Thread Josh Coalson
two unfortunate problems: 1. ID3 is illegal on Ogg files; that will probably always be 2. the metadata editing API currently only works for native FLAC, not Ogg FLAC yet; eventually I will get to fixing that Josh --- Marc Wan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey! So, I'm clearly doing something

Re: [Flac-dev] test_metaflac fails in make check for flac 1.1.2 after --add-padding is performed

2006-09-07 Thread Josh Coalson
1.1.2 after --add-padding is performed To: Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED], flac-dev@xiph.org Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:--- Tom Goetze wrote: doing make check on flac-1.1.2, I get a segmentation fault ././test_metaflac.sh: line 51: 17370 Segmentation fault flac

Re: [Flac-dev] Getting subframe type=verbatim on 16 bit files

2006-09-07 Thread Josh Coalson
--- James Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: switch(bitsPerSample) { case SIXTEEN_BITS: buffer16 = (uint16_t*)inData.GetData(); // so we index thru out data in 16 byte chunks for(sample = sample32 = 0; sample32 numFrames; sample32++)

Re: [Flac-dev] autotools buglet

2006-09-29 Thread Josh Coalson
ok, fixed, thanks. Josh --- Erik Hovland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I had trouble building because configure.in did not include the test_grabbag/picture/Makefile entry for Makefile generation. This patch rectifies that situation. This is with flac cvs as of this morning. E

Re: [Flac-dev] another autotools buglet

2006-10-04 Thread Josh Coalson
oops, fixed in CVS, thanks. --- Erik Hovland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I did a make distclean and it failed to find test/pictures in my outside of source build directory. It was because configure.in did not include test/pictures/Makefile. Sound familiar? Just like my last patch. Hopefully

Re: [Flac-dev] Error when building doc/html

2006-10-04 Thread Josh Coalson
did the doxygen step fail? that's what generates the api docs in html/ that has to work if you are building from CVS. for official releases I include a prebuilt one in case the user doesn't have doxygen. Josh --- Avuton Olrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I had to comment out the

Re: [Flac-dev] Error when building doc/html

2006-10-06 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Avuton Olrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BTW- is there any tenative release date? The API changes seem like something I'd want to prepare for. Thanks I'm planning a beta first in a week or so since there is so much new stuff. don't know how long it will last. there is a new porting guide

Re: [Flac-dev] Compiling CVS in VC++ 6.0

2006-10-09 Thread Josh Coalson
getting the code to compile with MSVC6 is usually one of the last things I do before a release. I will be fixing it this week for the upcoming beta. Josh --- Neil Popham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Apologies if this has been done before. I just joined the list as this has bugged me

Re: [Flac-dev] flac improvement??

2006-10-14 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ludovico Ausiello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello my name is Ludovico Ausiello, i'm a ph.d at the university of Bologna and I've developped an open source alternative to proprietary philips superAudioCD encoder (that actually cost some thousands dollars!) that has better performance

[Flac-dev] Fwd: Come and join Foundations of Open Media Software

2006-10-14 Thread Josh Coalson
passing this on... sorry about the delay, I screwed up the address the first time... --- Silvia Pfeiffer wrote: * * Call for Participation * * Foundations of Open Media Software (FOMS) Thursday 12 - Friday 13 January 2007 Sydney, Australia http://www.annodex.org/events/foms2007/

Re: [Flac-dev] better seeking

2006-10-30 Thread Josh Coalson
my apologies for not doing this before Miroslav... I will definitely integrate it this time. Josh --- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, the patch from 2003 about improving seeking still didn't make it to CVS, so here is another try. I made some benchmarking with the

Re: [Flac-dev] Tests fail

2006-10-30 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Its been a while since I last compiled FLAC from source, but I just grabbed flac-1.1.3-beta2.tar.gz compiled it and then ran make check which resulted in this: === 3 of 7 tests failed

Re: [Flac-dev] better seeking

2006-11-06 Thread Josh Coalson
ok, tried it out... passes test/test_seeking.sh and my xmms twitch test, checked in to CVS. thanks! Josh --- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 10:01:42AM +0100, Miroslav Lichvar wrote: Thanks. Sending latest version of the patch. Now it can seek in files

Re: [PATCH] Re: [Flac-dev] Strangeness with OggFlac files

2006-11-06 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Erik de Castro Lopo wrote: Josh et al, I've been tracking down a problem with generating OggFlac files. snip I have looked into this and suspect that the FLAC__stream_encoder_finish() function needs to finish off the stream using

Re: [Flac-dev] amd64 issue with flac-1.1.3 beta2

2006-11-06 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Nov 05, 2006 at 11:17:03AM +1100, David Collett wrote: I think I have tracked it down to FLAC__bitbuffer_get_buffer in bitbuffer.c taking an unsigned * for bytes, but write_bitbuffer_ in stream_encoder.c is passing a size_t *. On my

Re: [Flac-dev] better seeking

2006-11-07 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Nov 06, 2006 at 08:50:44AM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: ok, tried it out... passes test/test_seeking.sh and my xmms twitch test, checked in to CVS. thanks! Thanks! I see you have changed the channels and bps setting, this doesn't

[Flac-dev] Re: build issues

2006-11-08 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ralph Giles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BTW, I ran into a few issues building with recent cvs. You might want to consider copying autogen.sh from one of the other xiph codec projects and setting a proper minimum version in AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS. The current one just breaks if it the default

Re: [PATCH] Re: [Flac-dev] Strangeness with OggFlac files

2006-11-09 Thread Josh Coalson
ok, last night I checked in changes that I think should totally fix the problem. before, the process routines would encode a frame as soon as it got a complete block. so it could not really tell when it had reached the end of the input and would rely on the total samples estimate to set the EOS

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: build issues

2006-11-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ralph Giles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 05:28:39PM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: which tests? for a little while there, test_seeking would fail because of an intermittent bug in the seek routine which has been fixed. test_flac and test_metaflac are currently

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: build issues

2006-11-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ralph Giles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Nov 11, 2006 at 03:03:12PM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: ok, checked in some fixes that should take care of most of the warnings. Nice! Current complete set of warnings: replaygain.c: In function 'parse_double_': replaygain.c:612: warning

Re: [Flac-dev] Flac and OggFlac

2006-11-16 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2) I have registered a metadata callback function with OggFLAC__seekable_stream_decoder_set_metadata_callback and I'm looking at the metadata struct being passed back. When using

Re: [Flac-dev] [PATCH] Fix a compile bug with gcc 2.95 in src/plugin_common/replaygain.c

2006-11-16 Thread Josh Coalson
fixed in CVS, thanks. Josh --- Eric Wong [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Declaring variables in the middle of a block isn't supported by older (pre-C99?) compilers, and gcc 2.95 is one of them. --- a/src/plugin_common/replaygain.c +++ b/src/plugin_common/replaygain.c @@ -28,10 +28,11 @@ void

Re: [Flac-dev] [PATCH] add local xmms.m4

2006-11-16 Thread Josh Coalson
this is already in m4/xmms.m4 --- Enrico Weigelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi folks, here's a patch which adds an local xmms.m4 file (took it from latest stable xmms), so an complete autoconf regeneration also works if xmms is not installed. cu --

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: Problem with CRAM and flac-1.1.2

2006-11-16 Thread Josh Coalson
ugh, sorry for confusing things, I found responses later in the thread :) it will take some thought about the best way to handle this case. Josh --- Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: sorry if I did not reply to this, answers below

Re: [Flac-dev] Re: build issues

2006-11-18 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Ralph Giles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Nov 17, 2006 at 08:32:02AM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote: OK, I built on one of the sourceforge machines and made a bunch more fixes. there are a couple innocuous warnings but the tests all pass for me. I also checked in changes to the vendor

Re: [Flac-dev] negative LPC shift

2006-12-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Miroslav Lichvar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From the FLAC format description: 5 Quantized linear predictor coefficient shift needed in bits (NOTE: this number is signed two's-complement). What happens when the shift is negative? Problem is that libFLAC decoder (and possibly all

Re: [Flac-dev] flac-1.1.3 fails to decode where flac-1.1.2 works

2006-12-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Avuton Olrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/11/06, Josh Coalson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- Avuton Olrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm attempting to decode part of a largefile flac whose seektable is broken or missing and the file is shorter then it's supposed to be, when I use

Re: [Flac-dev] [PATCH] nasm cleanup

2006-12-13 Thread Josh Coalson
yes, but then the Makefile.am has to change if the .lo format changes, which makes me uneasy... not sure how often that happens though. also does the .lo faking logic work for all the same platforms that libtool does? Josh --- Enrico Weigelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi folks, here's a

Re: [Flac-dev] newbie questions

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Mike M [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wish to add flac support to my Windows audio player so I wanted to ask a few questions. I rely on another lib for decoding/playing flac audio files so all I need to explicitly add support for is reading/writing flac metadata. 1st: I've downloaded

Re: [Flac-dev] compiling in VS2005

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- [electroglyph] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i get a pile of errors when trying to compile this in visual studio 2005. do i need to use MSVC6? flac_mac, flac_ren, the test exes and libFLAC++.dll are all that compiled for me in 2005. no way to help without the errors, but one thing to look

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC fully cooked for OS X yet?

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Evan Olcott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 2, 2007, at 5:15 AM, Arek Korbik wrote: The binary frameworks distribution, as found on: http://xiph.org/quicktime/download.html , hasn't really been tested much outside the XiphQT project. I never had any problems with them, but any

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC fully cooked for OS X yet?

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Evan Olcott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 2, 2007, at 5:15 AM, Arek Korbik wrote: The XCode project files you found are meant to be used with FLAC 1.1.2. The FLAC repository now contains version 1.1.3 files, and there have been interface changes in that latest revision

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC fully cooked for OS X yet?

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Evan Olcott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK, so I've been trying for a day now to get FLAC implementation in our apps. Suffice it to say that due to the interesting documentation [...] could you elaborate? __ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam?

Re: [Flac-dev] Decoding Type=Independent

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- MVallevand [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am new to the list, to FLAC and to FLAC development but I am having a problem in trying to make FLAC work with MediaMVP based the mvpmc project (ref. http://www.wvpmc.org) that hopefully someone can help me with. This device is possibly

Re: [Flac-dev] Bug in FLAC++ Stream::set_metadata()

2007-01-02 Thread Josh Coalson
--- John W. Terrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've found what looks like a bug in FLAC++ inside the Stream::set_metadata() method. It appears that the contained calls to FLAC__stream_encoder_set_metadata() are being passed arguments that point to local stack data (specifically the 'm'

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC fully cooked for OS X yet?

2007-01-03 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Evan Olcott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 2, 2007, at 1:54 PM, Josh Coalson wrote: this is reported a lot. usually it is a misunderstanding in how to send samples to FLAC__stream_encoder_process() or FLAC__stream_encoder_process_interleaved(). if you could send your code where

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC fully cooked for OS X yet?

2007-01-03 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Evan Olcott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 3, 2007, at 3:28 PM, Josh Coalson wrote: the FLAC parts look OK but I don't know how the audio converter works. I think that's where the problem is. it is probably converting float to 32-bit int full scale. well, here's what I found

Re: [Flac-dev] Disable oggFLAC

2007-01-08 Thread Josh Coalson
--- MVallevand [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Although the configure file says that the --with-ogg choices are optional, no mater what I have tried, FLAC__HAS_OGG in config.h gets defined. Does anyone know what am I missing? yes, if configure can somehow find libogg then ogg support will be built.

Re: [Flac-dev] need help with MSVC

2007-02-08 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh Coalson wrote: the closest thing I found was ntohl() which appears to be a function call Avoid that like the plague. why so? on linux/glibc it appears to map to just a nop or bswap builtin. Josh

Re: [Flac-dev] Errors compiling flac in Visual Studio Express 2005

2007-03-07 Thread Josh Coalson
I have recently checked in .sln/.vcproj files that work with VS 2005 Josh --- Ulrik Kjems [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I have trouble compiling the flac library using Microsofts free (yes MS gives it away including the optimizing C++ compiler msvc8.0) Visual Studio Express 2005. I get

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC__stream_decoder_seek_absolute with FLAC__STREAM_DECODER_SEEK_ERROR in 1.1.3 but it worked before

2007-03-07 Thread Josh Coalson
can you host a FLAC file that has this problem? there have been some fixes to the seek routine since then and I would like to test with the latest. Josh --- Gilles Boccon-Gibod [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've upgraded to FLAC 1.1.3, and now I have some streams where seek does not work anymore,

Re: [Flac-dev] compression ratio

2007-05-25 Thread Josh Coalson
-- Boris Shingarov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yes, and much more so in the encoder. the decoder is already very fast and approaching a fundamental limit. the next release of FLAC will be slightly faster encoding and decoding. Well, I hope to have a proof-of-concept FLAC-on-CUDA to run

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC: library for C#

2007-06-13 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Harry Sack wrote: Hi FLAC dev's list, I'm looking for a library for the C# language (Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0or higher) to play FLAC files and/or maybe do some other things like getting the file duration, file properties, ... of

Re: [Flac-dev] Typo in aclocal.m4

2007-06-13 Thread Josh Coalson
--- wrote: Hi Josh (and everyone else on the list), Here's a quick fix for libFLAC.m4 and libFLAC++.m4 for a problem that crops up if you use the macros in an environment where LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set. The macros save LD_LIBRARY_PATH as ac_save_LDPATH, but restore it from

Re: [Flac-dev] Patch : Fix pointer cast warning

2007-06-14 Thread Josh Coalson
excellent, thanks for the tip. this solves the problem for autoconf-based builds, but still not sure how to do it for MSVC. Josh --- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, The code currently in CVS gives a compile warning: memory.c: In function

Re: [Flac-dev] Patch : Fix pointer cast warning

2007-06-14 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh Coalson wrote: excellent, thanks for the tip. this solves the problem for autoconf-based builds, but still not sure how to do it for MSVC. Sorry, whats the problem with MSVC? how to figure out the right setting of SIZEOF_VOIDP

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC: library for C#

2007-06-14 Thread Josh Coalson
is wrapping c++ any easier? because there is libFLAC++ otherwise, if you only need a certain subset of what FLAC does it might be easier to write a smaller C interface + wrapper implementation, then import that in c#. Josh --- Pyt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried that approach a while ago

Re: [Flac-dev] PATCH : Fix missing protoypes

2007-07-24 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I added -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes to the CFLAGS and found that there were a number warnings generated. The patch below fixes those warnings and adds the two -W flags to configure.in. I checked most of it in, though

Re: [Flac-dev] FLAC 1.2.0 won't build without ogg

2007-08-09 Thread Josh Coalson
sorry about that... yep it's fixed in CVS HEAD already.. --- Christopher Key [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Apologies if this has already been covered. I'm trying to compile FLAC 1.2.0 under FreeBSD without ogg support: when I run gmake, I get: encode.c: In function

Re: [Flac-dev] pcspkr wave encoding

2007-08-15 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Jan Engelhardt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, there is an interesting case when the FLAC encoder (using 1.2.0) is given simple waves. Simple waves means: I have a list of {frequency, duration, pause} tuples that define the monophonic tune. In other words, exactly one frequency is played

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

2007-09-07 Thread Josh Coalson
it actually is complicated. the libFLAC api is not suited to a multithreaded design because the i/o is stream-based, not file- based. flac(.exe) is the file-based wrapper around libFLAC that allows it to work on files. the way libFLAC buffers data is also impossible to parallelize without

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 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.

Re: [Flac-dev] Warnings with automake-1.10

2007-09-10 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh, Automake 1.10 on OSX is giving me warnings like the following: test/Makefile.am:50: wildcard *.raw: non-POSIX variable name test/Makefile.am:50: (probably a GNU make extension) test/Makefile.am:50: wildcard *.flac:

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC__stream_decoder_seek_absolute working for OggFlac?

2007-09-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh Coalson wrote: --- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Is seeking working for OggFlac files? I keep on getting a FLAC__STREAM_DECODER_SEEK_ERROR. yes, it should work fine. in flac/src/test_seeking

Re: [Flac-dev] Is FLAC__stream_decoder_seek_absolute working for OggFlac?

2007-09-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh Coalson wrote: The test file is here: http://www.mega-nerd.com/tmp/flac_char.ogg yep, this is definitely a bug, thanks for the test case. requires a tiny fix to the ogg seek algorithm which I will check in tonight

Re: [Flac-dev] include/share/alloc.h

2007-09-11 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh, I noticed the recent addition of the above file. In that file you have things like: static void *safe_malloc_(size_t size) { /* malloc(0) is undefined; FLAC src convention is to always allocate */

Re: [Flac-dev] Support .cda as input files

2007-09-13 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Daniel Aleksandersen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi list, I would really like to see support for .cda as input files. The cda format is the one used on regular audio CDs. if the .cda files appeared as regular files in the filesystem and implemented enough of the POSIX stream interface, it

Re: [Flac-dev] upcoming release, need help

2007-09-14 Thread Josh Coalson
I've decided to put that one off till after the release. btw the cvs logs show that change happened between 1.1.2 and 1.1.3, or do you mean the warnings will come from the extra -W options you proposed? --- Erik de Castro Lopo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Josh Coalson wrote: checked in to CVS

Re: [Flac-dev] upcoming release, need help

2007-09-16 Thread Josh Coalson
thanks everyone for the feedback, the cvs tag is down and the release is almost ready. FLAC_RELEASE_1_2_1__2007_09_17 Moody friends. Drama queens. Your life? Nope! - their life, your story. Play Sims

Re: [Flac-dev] Support .cda as input files

2007-09-19 Thread Josh Coalson
--- David Collett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes, this is a challenge. I am the author of mp3fs, and a major challenge was to predict final file size accurately. This is why mp3fs only supports CBR mp3 and not VBR mp3 or ogg (which is inherently VBR). Is there a 'CBR' flac encoding mechanism?

Re: [Flac-dev] creating flacs over 2GB

2007-09-25 Thread Josh Coalson
--- Gyürki István [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello All, I was struggling with the need of creating flac files over 2GB recently. Both the command line flac and my util using stream encoder returned FLAC__STREAM_ENCODER_CLIENT_ERROR when reaching that point. Finally I made a small change

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