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FAAD 2 in beta state
rjamorim
post Jan 15 2002, 05:35
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Menno announced today on audiocoding.com forum (More info at http://www.audiocoding.com/phorum/read.php?f=1&i=1049&t=1049 ) the availability of faad2 (as code) to be tested.

It's completely new and has no ISO code anymore.

For the ones who don't use CVS and/or a compiler, I've uploaded a test binary to
http://www.inf.ufpr.br/~rja00/

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Agent69
post Feb 2 2002, 00:48
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rjamorim,

What platforms does FAAD2 compile on? Is it Windows only?


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rjamorim
post Feb 2 2002, 01:02
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I only compiled it in windows.

Some people reported success compiling it on Linux, on Audiocoding Forum, but, the only time I tried, GCC output lots of error messages.

It compiles, but you have to do modifications in the code. Maybe Menno can help you more.

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post Feb 2 2002, 03:43
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I am not wanting asking about this for myself, I was just curious how cross-platform it is.



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