[theora-dev] compglobals.c

Dan Miller dan at on2.com
Tue Oct 22 12:32:40 PDT 2002

pls let me know if/when you have theora compiling & running on Windows.

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        From: Tabuleiro [mailto:beta at tabuleiro.com] 
        Sent: Tue 10/22/2002 3:13 PM 
        To: theora-dev at xiph.org 
        Subject: [theora-dev] compglobals.c

        I believe this file is no longer used and contains functions that are no
        longer valid/do not compile due to changes in the CP_INSTANCE structure. At
        least I could not find reference to it in the makefiles, but as you know I
        am a Linux dummy. Shouldn't  it be removed from the lib directory, or is it
        there for a reason (maybe for future reference?)
        BTW I am making VisualC++ and CodeWarrior projects for Windows and Mac,
        where the rest of our codebase is and where I had the VP32 code hooked into
        our tools. Just trying to assess the changes between the vp32 tree we were
        using and the theora alpha, and maybe migrate to it.
        Maybe it is too early for platform specific projects to be included in the
        cvs but I am following more or less the structure of the existing projects
        in the ogg tree. If anyone is interested let me know.
        If everything goes smoothly I will do an experiment later this week and try
        to incorporate the current revised codebase and link it with the Mac/Windows
        existing codec framework, substituting the appropriate pieces. I will let
        you guys know of the results, could be a good first step in the maintenance
        of future versions of the codecs.
        Mauricio Piacentini
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