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Re: [fluid-dev] Future of FluidSynth

From: Josh Green
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Future of FluidSynth
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2008 14:42:29 -0800

Hello Bernat,

I agree that major changes aren't really needed or necessary at this
point.  I would like to add additional features though, in a backwards
compatible manner when possible (24 bit audio, sample streaming, faster
than realtime MIDI rendering, etc).

I began documenting all functions with doxygen style comments (in the .c
files, rather than the .h files, which was how it was before).  This
will allow for Doxygen API generation.  I didn't get around to finishing
this effort though, as it isn't really that fun ;)  Its definitely
something on my list though.  Any contribution to this effort, in the
form of patches or what not, would be great.

Best regards,

On Sun, 2008-12-21 at 23:31 +0100, Bernat Arlandis i Mañó wrote:
> I've read this page in the wiki and some related messages in this list. 
> I think any decision should be taken by developers which know the 
> sourcecode well and are used to working with it. I wouldn't try big 
> changes now unless there's such a developers base.
> I've always liked the idea of looking at the source and document it so 
> it's easier to work with. We would know more about implemented,  
> unimplemented and buggy features. Fixing bugs would be easier, besides, 
> this experience could help taking decisions and clear the way for bigger 
> changes in the future.
> Are there any pointers to start the documentation process?

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