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kuniklo 21 December 2004 07:18 pm

development update
 
I've finished making the C version of libmusepack multi-instance and multi-thread safe. As usual, the code is available via svn at:

http://www.caddr.com/svn/libmusepack/trunk

You can also just download a tarball from the websvn interface here:

http://www.caddr.com/websvn

I've updated the docs to reflect the new api and made the default doxygen styles stlightly less ugly.

Next I'm going to work on getting the musepack-tools code to compile on the mac again. Let me know if I'm stepping on anybody's toes here.

jstembridge 11 January 2005 12:45 pm

Great stuff, I'll look into getting this integrated into xine soon.

kuniklo 11 January 2005 03:28 pm

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Great stuff, I'll look into getting this integrated into xine soon.
That would be excellent. Please let me know if I can help out in any way.

quimbaya 12 January 2005 02:02 am

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Great stuff, I'll look into getting this integrated into xine soon.
That would be excellent. Please let me know if I can help out in any way.
I am not a developer, mind you, and I am very much looking forward to Musepack support in xine, but I have been wondering about what it means having to maintain two different versions of libmusepack - one C++ version and another pure C version. If the C++ version of the library is updated, will someone have to update the C library, as well? As end user, if I want to compile Musepack support for say GStreamer (C++) and xine , will I have to install both library versions?

Wouldn't it after all be a better idea to just create a C-wrapper for the C++ library and have only one library - with one clearly defined API - to maintain?

Please correct me if I am getting this wrong.

And receive many thanks for your effort and work.

kuniklo 12 January 2005 02:05 am

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Great stuff, I'll look into getting this integrated into xine soon.
That would be excellent. Please let me know if I can help out in any way.
I am not a developer, mind you, and I am very much looking forward to Musepack support in xine, but I have been wondering about what it means having to maintain two different versions of libmusepack - one C++ version and another pure C version.
The C version will become the standard and the C++ version will be deprecated. None of us want to maintain two versions either. :)

jstembridge 14 January 2005 03:45 pm

xine cvs now has musepack support :)

Lefungus 14 January 2005 03:57 pm

Thanks a lot !
This is cool to get musepack supported almost everywhere

kuniklo 14 January 2005 04:26 pm

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xine cvs now has musepack support :)
Fantastic! Thanks for helping out with this.

ak 14 January 2005 07:48 pm

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This is cool to get musepack supported almost everywhere
There's still one pocket of resistance left, namely mpd 8)
Anyways, cool stuff, going to give xine a shot.


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