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Re: flac, libvorbis, et. al.
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On 7/28/2007 11:54 PM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jul 28 16:24, David Rothenberger wrote:
>> I have built local packages using cygport for the latest versions of
>> libao, libogg, speex, flac, libvorbis, and vorbis-tools. (vorbis-tools
>> is still at 1.1.1, but required applying an upstream patch to work with
>> flac >= 1.1.3.) I have done only minimal testing, but they seem to be
>> working fine. flac passed all the provided tests, oggenc can do
>> flac->ogg, and ogg123 can play the resulting .ogg files.
> Did you also apply the patch to ogg123 I sent upstream two years ago
> (https://trac.xiph.org/ticket/715) and for which I never got a useful
> reply, nor is it solved upstream in another way, afaics.
No, I didn't. Thanks for mentioning this. I'll apply that patch as well
as the upstream patches included in the debian package.
>> Corinna currently maintains these packages, and I thank her for that.
>> Corinna, I can provide my .cygport files and patches if you're
>> interested. I'd also be willing to take over as maintainer for these
>> packages if you'd prefer.
> It would be really cool if you would take over maintainership of these
> packages. I noticed that I got hopelessly behind schedule for updating,
> so, please go ahead.
Okay, will do. I'll post a separate message with the package details for
each package. I'd appreciate it if someone could double check them,
since these are my first ever packages.
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