[Speex-dev] PocketPC 2005/echo canceller
jack at atosc.org
Mon Nov 6 04:41:11 PST 2006
I finally solved my problem:
My **static** speex library is compiled with:
While I should compile it with:
I'm not able to understand completely why: anyway, it
now can be compiled without breaking anything.
I'll now test wether the aec have an impact or not :)
Aymeric MOIZARD / ANTISIP
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On Mon, 6 Nov 2006, Aymeric Moizard wrote:
> On Mon, 6 Nov 2006, Jean-Marc Valin wrote:
>> That's quite a strange problem. Considering that Speex doesn't have any
>> "init code" (stuff that executes when it's loaded), there's no way this
>> could be a bug in Speex.
>> I see two likely possibilities (plus lots of
>> 1) A bug in your code. Linking with Speex pushes your code to a
>> different place in memory and triggers the bug
> My next try will be to link with a minimal set of speex's file: that
> might help to see where the issue could be. (in case there is a relation
> with speex...)
>> 2) A bug in Visual Studio. You can just download the source code from
>> microsoft.com and track the bug down ;-)
> I have to give it a try ;/)
>> P.S. Actually, the only way it could be somewhat related to Speex is if
>> one of the symbols in Speex clashes with system functions, though I
>> think it's unlikely.
>> Aymeric Moizard a écrit :
>>> I'm experiencing weird problems while testing speex (I want to
>>> test the echo canceller first) on PDA with WM5 version pocket PC 2005.
>>> Here is the strange scenario:
>>> 1-> App running without being linked with speex -> no problem
>>> 2-> App running while being linked with speex -> crash at always the same
>>> NO ACCESS TO SPEEX IS DONE.
>>> 3-> I remove the speex dependancies/clean all object -> crash at always
>>> the same place
>>> 4-> reboot VisualStudio Application
>>> 5-> recompile everything without linking to speex: no crash....
>>> I tried this several days: and retried those 5 steps several times. It's
>>> amazing but is really the way it is.
>>> I suspect a bug in Visual Studio, of course... As It seems some have
>>> already tried WM5, I wish to ask if they met such issue and solved it?
>>> Just in case...
>>> I also wish to test another application using speex to prove myself my
>>> application has a bug: if somebody has one, please send it.
>>> Sorry for bothering you with probably non-speex problems,
>>> Aymeric MOIZARD / ANTISIP
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