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[fluid-dev] [ANN] The fink packages for fluidsynth-1.1.3 is now availabl

From: Ebrahim Mayat
Subject: [fluid-dev] [ANN] The fink packages for fluidsynth-1.1.3 is now available
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2010 17:02:09 -0400

Hello fluidsynth users on OS X

I have provided two fluidsynth packages for the 1.1.3 version.

The first one called "fluidsynth" is the autotools-built version of fluidsynth which is recommended for end-users. In addition to coreaudio support, portaudio support will also be compiled into the binary prior to the install process. To compile and install simply run, "fink install fluidsynth" following the installation of the fink package distribution. For more detailed information, please read the README-OSX document included in the upper-level fluidsynth-1.1.3 directory.

If you require information about "fluidsynth" simply run "fink describe fluidsynth". This description includes the following usage description:

Usage Notes:
Packages needing fluidsynth are recommended to use the package fluidsynth1 which uses the new recommended upstream build system. Future updates will
 only happen to the fluidsynth1 package.

This brings me to the "fluidsynth1" package. This package is the cmake- built one and it also includes notes for packagers who are adding programs that link to libfluidsynth. All updates of fink packages linking to fluidsynth should be done using the "fluidsynth1" package and NOT the "fluidsynth" package:

 Usage Notes:
To properly link to fluidsynth1, packagers will need to set some combination
 of CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, or similar compiler flags to point to

The fink packagers of audacious2-plugins, gst-buzztard, scummvm and sdl-mixer are particularly requested to take note.


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