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Re: [fluid-dev] windows compilation problems

From: David Henningsson
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] windows compilation problems
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2012 10:33:07 +0100
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On 11/17/2012 09:24 PM, seb wrote:

I'm interested with the fluid for max object, unfortunately the only
compiled version of the object existing on the web has the "sustain&note
off" problem.

So i'm trying to compile fluid for max under windows but i get a lot of
error of redefinition (it seems between windows.h & winsock2.h), i found
sevral ways to work on it (
  but none solved the prob.....

1>..\..\fluidmax.c(764) : error C2039: 'reverb' : is not a member of
1>        ..\..\..\..\src\fluid_synth.h(121) : see declaration of
1>..\..\fluidmax.c(764) : error C2198: 'fluid_revmodel_reset' : too few
arguments for call
1>..\..\fluidmax.c(819) : error C2039: 'chorus' : is not a member of
1>        ..\..\..\..\src\fluid_synth.h(121) : see declaration of
1>..\..\fluidmax.c(819) : error C2198: 'fluid_chorus_reset' : too few
arguments for call

Uh oh, seems like no one is looking after this binding anymore :-/

The good news is that it seems quite straight-forward to fix, so I've committed such a fix to svn. Is r452 resolving your problem, or are there more failures?

Also, would you like to be part of the FluidSynth testing program and ensure this binding does not break in future releases?

// David

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