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Re: [fluid-dev] OS X build

From: Sven Meier
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] OS X build
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 18:43:32 +0200
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Hi Pedro,

> new build option "enable-framework", true by default in Mac OSX.

sorry, I missed your announcement. Disabling this option worked as advertised, now I have my libfluidsynth.dylib ;).

> The coreaudio driver .. Now it is based on AUHAL.

So CoreServices are required? I wonder how you were able to build fluidsynth without the include.



On 04/14/2011 10:59 PM, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
On Thursday 14 April 2011, Sven Meier wrote:
Hi all,

I've just built fluidsynth on OS X but it seems I've forgotten some details on 
how it worked the last time ;).

I had to add an include to fluid_coreaudio.c or the build would have complained 
about an undeclared 'ComponentDescription’:

Any idea what might have required this change?
The coreaudio driver has been rewritten after the 1.1.3 release. Now it is 
based on AUHAL. You can specify the audio buffer size, and the audio device 
name to use. Seems that it requires more testing, though.
More details here: 

BTW why is it that the resulting shared library is named "Fluidsynth"? Wouldn't 
libfluidsynth.dylib be more appropriate?
I've added a new build option "enable-framework", true by default in Mac OSX. 
It creates a native framework instead of an unix style dylib. You can disable this option 
to use the old behavior with a cmake argument:

$ cmake .. -Denable-framework=off

Reference about Mac OSX Frameworks:


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