[Flac-dev] command-line: AIFF writer advice

Josh Coalson xflac at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 1 10:24:54 PDT 2002

--- Matt Zimmerman <mdz at debian.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 01, 2002 at 09:02:59PM +1000, David Collett wrote:
> > How about the opposite?
> > What I would like to see is FLAC support in libaudiofile, so
> > applications written with libaudiofile could transparently take
> > advantage on FLAC's compression. Ironically I guess it would still
> make
> > sense to use libaudiofile in FLAC for getting input. Mmmm, cyclic
> > dependancies...
> > Or is that just a stupid idea?
> It might be useful to do that, depending on what libaudiofile expects
> from
> its supported formats.  If FLAC doesn't break any assumptions that
> libaudiofile and libaudiofile-using applications have, then sure.

FLAC is a good fit for audiofile; I have started on it a
couple of times but haven't gotten very far.  I'm hoping someone
will beat me to it if the FLAC documentation is good enough.

The next release will have Doxygen-based docs on every nook
and cranny of the API.


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