[Flac-dev] libFLAC changes
mikew at etree.org
Wed Jun 13 12:08:37 PDT 2001
Hey guys... a quick thought while we're in pre-v1.0 clean-up mode.
Any thoughts to perhaps integrating a quick sector-boundary check of the
wav file before encoding? Does this functionality extend beyond the scope
of FLAC? A quick check, and a "this wav file is not cut on a sector
boundary, continue y/n" warning would do the trick. Perhaps, an option to
silence this check would be useful also.
Anyway, just thinking out loud again. Integrating this as the default
behavior for FLAC would prove very useful for etree-folks.
Let me know if anyone needs info on the sector boundary issue, and why it
is so important in CD audio.
If there is any interest, I'll get going on some win98/NT batch files for
DOS, and perhaps an auto-installer with registry keys.
BTW, sorry I've been MIA in all this. All my play time has been
consumed by other projects.
On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Josh Coalson wrote:
> OK, I made a few reorganizations to the code I've been wanting
> to do before 1.0. Nothing major, but if you are integrating
> libFLAC into another program it will be of interest:
> First, I made changes so that the encoder is now called a
> stream encoder everywhere. I was going to write a file encoder
> but realized the only use for such a thing would be if someone
> needed to seek through the input while encoding, which seems
> like too minor a feature right now.
> Then I revamped the encoder and decoder interfaces to be a
> little more object oriented. There are more formal constructors
> and destructors: *_new() replaces *_get_new_instance(), *_delete()
> replaces *_free_instance(), and the public read-only variables
> were moved to protected structures with get methods. So instead
> of setting the public vars then calling *_init(), you just pass
> them to *_init() directly.
> Finally, I changed 'i386' to 'ia32' everywhere, which makes the
> naming more consistent, and changed the '.s' extension for NASM
> files back to '.nasm'.
> The docs are updated too now.
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