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Configuration

Platform-specific configuration

FishSound can be configured on most platforms using the GNU autoconf ./configure system described below.

For Win32, see the README.win32 section. You will need to edit win32/config.h by hand to achieve the customizations described below.

./configure

It is possible to customize the functionality of libfishsound by using various ./configure flags when building it from source; for example you can build a smaller version of libfishsound to only decode or encode, or and you can choose to disable support for a particular codec. By default, both decoding and encoding support is built for all codecs found on the system.

For general information about using ./configure, see the file INSTALL

Removing encoding support

Configuring with --disable-encode will remove all support for encoding:

Removing decoding support

Configuring with --disable-decode will remove all support for decoding:

Removing Vorbis support

Configuring with --disable-vorbis will remove all support for Vorbis:

Removing Speex support

Configuring with --disable-speex will remove all support for Speex:

Configuration summary

Upon successful configuration, you should see something like this:
------------------------------------------------------------------------ libfishsound 0.6.0: Automatic configuration OK.

General configuration:

Experimental code: ........... no Decoding support: ............ yes Encoding support: ............ yes

Library configuration (./src/libfishsound):

Vorbis support: .............. yes Speex support: ............... yes

Example programs (./src/examples):

identify decode encode

Installation paths:

libfishsound: ................ /usr/local/lib C header files: .............. /usr/local/include/fishsound Documentation: ............... /usr/local/share/doc/libfishsound

Example programs will be built but not installed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------

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