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Re: [fluid-dev] compiling fluidsynth to use core audio

From: Joe Corneli
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] compiling fluidsynth to use core audio
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 22:23:45 -0500 (CDT)

> > Probably this isn't deadly:
> > 
> > [fluidsynth-1.0.1]%aclocal && autoheader && autoconf && automake --gnu
> > --add-missing --copy
> > aclocal: configure.ac: 33: macro `AM_PROG_LIBTOOL' not found in library
> > 
> Actually, it might be. I think aclocal will fail if it can't satisfy all
> its macros. In order to get all the build stuff to rebuild itself you
> might need to satisfy that dependency. Often this is just a matter of
> finding the libtool.m4 file (I can make a guess and say that its
> probably at /sw/share/aclocal on your machine) 


> and then include this
> path by running:
> "aclocal -I /sw/share/aclocal".

This gave the same error.
> Well, actually thats all that option does is sets COREAUDIO_SUPPORT in
> the src/config.h so I was just trying to hack around it, since it is
> broken in the configure.ac. You're right though, we should just fix it
> :) Now that I know you have autoconf and friends it shouldn't be a
> problem. Just find this section in configure.ac in the toplevel
> directory and add the line that begins with '-->' without those
> characters of course:
> fluid_enable_coreaudio="no"
> AC_ARG_ENABLE(coreaudio,
> [  --enable-coreaudio        enable CoreAudio support],[
>   case "$enableval" in
>     "yes")
> -->   fluid_enable_coreaudio="yes"
>       ;;
>     "no")
>       fluid_enable_coreaudio="no"
>       ;;
>     *)
>       AC_MSG_ERROR([must use --enable-coreaudio(=yes/no) or
> --disable-coreaudio])
>       ;;
>   esac
> ])

> Re-run "autoconf" and "./configure --enable-coreaudio CPPFLAGS=...". You
> won't need to manually edit src/config.h anymore, but check and see if
> it has COREAUDIO_SUPPORT set to 1. 

No dice --

/* whether or not we are supporting CoreAudio */

> Check the src/Makefile.am again to make sure that fluid_coreaudio.c
> isn't mentioned in EXTRA_DIST or anywhere else, except
> libfluidsynth_la_SOURCES. Then do a "make".

EXTRA_DIST = fluid_dll.c fluid_dsound.c fluid_winmidi.c fluid_portaudio.c \
        fluid_dsp_core.c fluid_coreaudio.c fluid_sndmgr.c

> If you still have troubles, could you send me a tarball (off the list)
> of your current source tree? I could more easily diagnose the problem.
> Do a "make clean" before taring it up to make things smaller.

[fluidsynth-1.0.1]%make clean
cd . && /bin/sh /Users/joe/Desktop/keys/fluidsynth-1.0.1/missing --run
aclocal: configure.ac: 33: macro `AM_PROG_LIBTOOL' not found in library
make: *** [aclocal.m4] Error 1


I'll just remove all the .o's and gzip... its still huge... on its way
though.  What else should I remove next time?


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