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Re: [fluid-dev] trying to make fluidsynth on mac os x

From: Josh Green
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] trying to make fluidsynth on mac os x
Date: 27 May 2003 11:38:28 -0700

On Sat, 2003-05-24 at 16:13, Joe Corneli wrote:
> > compiler to fail, but the config.log will probably shed some light on
> > that
> Yes, it did.  Thanks!
> See http://www.ma.utexas.edu/~jcorneli/config.log  if you are interested
> in the details. 
> Basically, it indicated that the call to configure should have been:
>  ./configure CPPFLAGS="-I/sw/include" LDFLAGS="-L/sw/lib"
> (no spaces in quoted bits).
> Maybe this is a shell-dependent thing?

Yeah, perhaps it is. Looks like it was interpreting the switch and the
path to be separate arguments.

> > So the directory to include should be where the "readline" directory is
> > (which I thought would be /sw/include).
> Yes, that is correct:
> [fluidsynth-1.0.1]%locate readline.h
> *snip*
> /sw/include/readline/readline.h
> *snip*
> > You could disable readline support (like Frank Barknecht mentioned),
> > which I think will disable the command line client. Probably not what
> > you want though, if you are using FluidSynth stand alone. 
> Yes, I want to use it on the command line to take midi commands from the
> program clavier (http://helgo.net/fika/clavier) and make music...
> Anyway, before we get to that point, I'm going to have to get the thing to
> compile!  I now have some new problems in make:
> fluid_sys.c:1108: undefined type, found `socklen_t'
> cpp-precomp: warning: errors during smart preprocessing, retrying in basic
> mode
> fluid_sys.c: In function `fluid_server_socket_run':
> fluid_sys.c:1108: `socklen_t' undeclared (first use in this function)
> fluid_sys.c:1108: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> fluid_sys.c:1108: for each function it appears in.)
> fluid_sys.c:1108: parse error before "addrlen"
> fluid_sys.c:1114: `addrlen' undeclared (first use in this function)
> make[2]: *** [fluid_sys.lo] Error 1
> make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> Maybe I need to specify more info in the library flag string?  Or maybe
> there is something more critical going on?

Me thinks there is something more critical going on. Looks to me like
its related to the TCP/IP control interface. I'm not sure about the
proper way to fix this, since I'm not familiar with OS X. I know how you
could just get it to work for you though. Here are some directions for
hacking out the TCP/IP server control interface:

In src/fluid_cmd.c find the line that says (line 1588 for me):
#if !defined(WITHOUT_SERVER)

And change it to:
#if 0

In src/fluid_sys.c find the comment (line 1028 for me):

 *               Sockets

Remove everything from this comment to the end of the file.

In src/fluidsynth.c you'll need to change a couple of lines.
Line 555 and line 587 contain:
#if !defined(MACINTOSH) && !defined(WIN32)

Change both of them to:
#if 0

> Joe
> PS.  I'm not subscribed to the FluidSynth Devel list, so if people have
> more comments for me, please send or copy to my personal address as Josh
> has been doing. Thanks!  If I ever become a fluidsynth developer, I'll
> subscribe to the list :>

Hope that works :) Cheers.
        Josh Green

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