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Re: [Libcdio-devel] Windows Java wrapper for libcdio

From: Rocky Bernstein
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] Windows Java wrapper for libcdio
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2009 05:26:33 -0500

XBMC MEDIA CENTER has I think a windows DLL and an (old?)
version of libcdio that compiles with a number of Microsoft compilers.

Good luck!

On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 4:18 AM, Mikael Barbeaux <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello to everyone,
> Recently I worked on a project that aims to build a CD-DA player in Java.
> Actually it's impossible using purely Java to access the CD-ROM layer, so I
> decided to use a wrapper to libcdio in order to make it.
> It works very well on Linux and MacOSX. But I tried to use it under
> Windows,
> and that's quite harder... I began to use Cygwin (which I know well) to
> compile libcdio : it worked, but I obtained a static library. When
> converting it into a static dll library and then use it in Java, something
> wrong happen. So I gave up that solution, as the dll must be packaged with
> cygwin ones.
> I tried to use MinGW to compile libcdio, but I must admit that even if
> MinGW
> looks promising, it's totally crap and user unfriendly.
> My question is: is there any libcdio windows binary packages ? All I need
> is
> a shared dll library in order to use it under Windows with Java.
> I tried to look projects which uses libcdio, such as VLC or mplayer, but I
> couldn't find any libcdio windows library.
> Any idea ? Or a good tutorial about using MinGW to compile libcdio ?
> Or perhaps there are other way to compile libcdio under Windows ?
> Thanks for your help,
> M.

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