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Description: reading and writing files containing sampled sound
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Version: 1.0.25
Date: 26 May 15
Author: Erik de Castro Lopo
Submitter: Kevin Janzer
Email: kjanz1899/gmail com
Category: library/misc
License: LGPL
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This is libsndfile, 1.0.25

libsndfile is a library of C routines for reading and writing
files containing sampled audio data.

The src/ directory contains the source code for library itself.

The doc/ directory contains the libsndfile documentation.

The examples/ directory contains examples of how to write code using

The tests/ directory contains programs which link against libsndfile
and test its functionality.

The src/GSM610 directory contains code written by Jutta Degener and Carsten
Bormann. Their original code can be found at :

The src/G72x directory contains code written and released by Sun Microsystems
under a suitably free license.

Whereever possible, you should use the packages supplied by your Linux

If you really do need to compile from source it should be as easy as:

		make install

Since libsndfile optionally links against libFLAC, libogg and libvorbis, you
will need to install appropriate versions of these libraries before running
configure as above.

Run the command "sh"

Compile as for Linux.

The default Windows compilers are nowhere near compliant with the 1999 ISO
C Standard and hence not able to compile libsndfile.

Please use the libsndfile binaries available on the libsndfile web site.

Building on MacOSX should be the same as building it on any other Unix.


libsndfile was written by Erik de Castro Lopo (erikd AT mega-nerd DOT com).
The libsndfile home page is at :

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