[opus] opus.h not found

Emily Bowman silverbacknet at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 20:44:35 UTC 2018

libopusenc is only the front-end. You also need libopus; on Linux, your
package manager should provide -devel versions of all of them, otherwise
they're straightforward to build on any OS.

Opus-tools is handy for verifying correctness, and for that you need the
additional dependencies of opusfile and libogg.

On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 10:17 AM Nirgendsdorf <nirgendsdorf at frontier.com>

> HI list,
> While attempting to build the Opus 0.2.1 codec library, the build
> stopped immediately with a failed #include call to 'opus.h' from
> 'opus_header.c'. I searched the mailing list archives and found nothing
> current about this mysterious header file. I cannot find it anywhere in
> the package, and it is certainly not in my includes directories! So,
> where can it be found, these days? Or, if it's generated, how to create
> it? I've read the README, and there is no clue there either.
> Thanks for your help,
> Jeff
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