[vorbis-dev] Port of current Ogg Vorbis implemention for ARM
harold at lochard.com.au
Wed Feb 12 21:35:58 PST 2003
> > Sorry Nicolas, I was referring to the *encoder.* My
> mistake, I forgot to
> > mention that.
> Then just use the standard libvorbis code. No porting is
> needed whatsoever.
> The libvorbis code doesn't need to know that you are using
> But if you do so' it's because _all_ your libraries,
> especially libm.a, were
> compiled with -msoft-float too.
I've tried a stright compile but the configure script refuses to let me
cross compile it. libogg gives me this error message:
user$ CC=arm-linux-gcc AR=arm-linux-ar \
checking size of short... configure: error: can not run test
program while cross compiling
> Expect it to be sloooooooow though.
I'm wondering how slow it will be. I don't need to encode at a high sample
rate. Something near telephone quality will suffice.
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