[vorbis-dev] win32sdk-1.0.1

John Denton dentons at clara.co.uk
Sat Oct 4 08:38:33 PDT 2003

Psssssssssssssst - want to save 840k on the size of the Ogg Vorbis DLLs?

More seriously Ralph, since you've assumed the 'get it out the door'
mantle, could we sort out the vorbisenc thing?

The def files are about right at last, with all six exported functions
appearing in vorbisenc.def. I think you will find that you should now delete
vorbisenc.c from the libvorbis project. The vorbis.dll will then reduce by
about 840k in size (from almost a megabyte to less than 200k).

No point in having the vorbisenc code in vorbis - unless you want to add the
export defs from vorbisenc.def back into vorbis.def and scrap the vorbisenc
project altogether :-) It works, I've done it..

In builds from compilers other than VC (which depended on prototypes rather
than the def file) I found I needed to add prototypes for
_analysis_output_always and vorbis_window into codec.h - haven't checked
that recently..

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ralph Giles" <giles at xiph.org>
To: <vorbis-dev at xiph.org>
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2003 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [vorbis-dev] win32sdk-1.0.1

<p>> On Thu, Oct 02, 2003 at 09:29:57PM +0100, John Edwards wrote:
> > Based on the comments of Dimitry Andric, I've recompiled the VC6 and VC7
> > SDKs ensuring consistent use of the appropriate run time libs. I have
> > specified the dynamic libs for the dlls. I've also recompiled the
> > using VC6.
> So the runtime for the dynamic ogg lib was incorrect? I would be great
> if you could again send a patch or the modified files so we can update
> cvs. I wasn't able to find this setting myself.
> The closest thing I saw was some of the static .dsp files for the
> example programs in win32sdk/sdk/build/ have /nodefaultlib:"libcmtd" on
> the ADD LINK32 line.
> Wishing again that automake generated MSVC project files...
>  -r

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