[Speex-dev] Simple example of decoding streaming audio realtime?

Clifton Craig clifton.craig at gmail.com
Fri Apr 30 05:25:52 PDT 2010


> it was the additional request to "whip something together" that got my goat

Nobody has your goat. Rest assured your goat will remain sure-footed in its original pasture, bleeting with glee. My ask was, as Conrad put it, where I could find a simple example. In the event there was no simple example then my subsequent ask was could someone whip up a simple example. At no time did I ask for you to finish my work. I'm particularly interested in the audio sample delivery portion and if I could get an example that includes "/*your audio sample handling code goes here*/" then that would suffice. No apologies expected from anyone that openly flaunts their only unsecured goat, blatantly taunting others to apprehend the animal.

On Apr 30, 2010, at 6:37 AM, Randy Yates wrote:

> Conrad Parker <conrad at metadecks.org> writes:
>> On 30 April 2010 11:43, Sherief N. Farouk <sherief at mganin.com> wrote:
>>>>> I'm a software engineer. I'm terribly uncomfortable with C.
>>> Aaaaahahahahahahahaha
>> Please be civil, guys. Different engineers have different skill
>> levels, so what. If someone asks for some help 
> If that's all the OP had asked for, I would not have made my comment. It
> was the additional request to "whip something together" that got my goat
> - as if we all exist to donate our experience and hard work to this
> person.
> No apologies: an uncivil request deserves a scathing response. 
> -- 
> Randy Yates                      % "Remember the good old 1980's, when 
> Digital Signal Labs              %  things were so uncomplicated?"
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