msmith at labyrinth.net.au
Tue Aug 29 01:07:54 PDT 2000
At 11:23 AM 8/28/00 -0600, you wrote:
>Are there any attempts currently being worked on to make Vorbize Visual C++
>compatable? Or for that matter non-GNU compatiable?
>I guess I never realized that getopt.h was a GNU thing. What would be the
>suggested course of action to get vorbize to cross compile on VC++ or other
>If not I can certainly do this because I'd like to be able to run this on
>Windows but I didn't want to step on anyone's toes...
At some point I hacked up a version of vorbize so that it would work on
windows. I might still have it, if you really want it. It's just a matter
of ripping out all the unix-specific bits, changing a few minor other
things, and finding and compiling getopt (which is in cvs now, actually).
Gets to be a real mess, but it worked.
I suggest that you just use oggenc, which does more than vorbize, and is
portable (and already ported to win32, using VC++). I'm biased, but still...
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