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Thu, 14 Apr 2011 21:56:46 +0200
I'm trying to build pa_wavplay according to
http://old.nabble.com/pa_wavplay-td10426977.html and pa_tut_pc.html in
the Portaudio documentation.
Has anybody done this successfully on Octave 3.2.4 for mingw32 Windows?
The place where it stops for me is:
mkoctfile -I../portaudio_v18_1/pa_common -lportaudio --mex -o
I run this from inside Octave with the -I (capital i) added to the
command at old nabble.
The error message reads:
cannot find -lportaudio
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
I have searched my computer for portaudio.* without finding anything
resembling a library file. Is this something I have to compile from
source? I've got Visual C++ 2010 Express installed, something which is
hardly covered by the tutorial. Or should I use mingw32 to compile a
portaudio library file?
- Building pa_wavplay,
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