Requesting LIBFLAC fies!

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Nov 2, 2008

Requesting LIBFLAC fies! by djdynamite123 at 9:20 AM (1,329 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. djdynamite123
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    Hey,
    I require the Libflac files so i can edit Dragon Media Player etc.

    I've just tried it (DMP), looks like it needed libwiisprite, freetype, png and something called libFLAC. I have been able to get a hold of the the first three but I'm not able to find libFLAC.

    I wonder why the developer didn't actually include libFLAC in their source because they do make references to files that are included in their /source directory but didn't actually include the folder.


    Please HELP, many thanx [​IMG]
    (iv'e already tried contacting dragon minded).
     
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    Any help boys & girls, would be highly appreciated [​IMG]
     
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    maybe you should try it at tehskeen.
     
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    i already found it a while ago, thanx though!
     
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    I've tried adding that in but get the following errors :\

    > "make"
    flacsource.cpp
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:26: error: 'FLAC__StreamDecoderSeekStatus' does not name a type
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:38: error: 'FLAC__StreamDecoderTellStatus' does not name a type
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:50: error: 'FLAC__StreamDecoderLengthStatus' does not name a type
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp: In member function 'virtual OpenStatus FlacSource::openLocation(File*)':
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:227: error: 'FLAC__StreamDecoderInitStatus' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:227: error: expected `;' before 'init'
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:240: error: 'init' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:240: error: 'seek_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:240: error: 'tell_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:240: error: 'length_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:240: error: 'FLAC__stream_decoder_init_ogg_stream' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:245: error: 'init' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:245: error: 'seek_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:245: error: 'tell_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:245: error: 'length_callback' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:245: error: 'FLAC__stream_decoder_init_stream' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:249: error: 'init' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:249: error: 'FLAC__STREAM_DECODER_INIT_STATUS_OK' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp: In member function 'virtual void FlacSource::seekSeconds(int)':
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:330: error: 'FLAC__stream_decoder_seek_absolute' was not declared in this scope
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp: In member function 'virtual int FlacSource::tellSeconds()':
    c:/dmp/source/flacsource.cpp:341: error: 'FLAC__stream_decoder_get_decode_position' was not declared in this scope
    make[1]: *** [flacsource.o] Error 1
    "make": *** [build] Error 2

    > Process Exit Code: 2
    > Time Taken: 00:00


    Why wont it compile dragon media player, i have libwiisprite, png & freetype along with DMP source, just cannot compile!!
    Why even upload a Source code for it, when the F**ker cannot compile when you download the required lib files. PATHETIC, no way to contact this author aswell.
     
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    sourcecode is generally for developpers, this is not author's fault if you don't know how to compile stuff

    I bet that in a few weeks, when you have figured how to compile those libraries, you will find your posts as being pathetic [​IMG]

    hint: you should not "adding that in" but rather compile each library separely.Once you are done, put .a files into /libogc/lib and .h files into /libogc/includes. Only then DMP will compile.
     
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    it doesn't work, honestly, you try jacobeian if you have time.
     
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    it doesn't work because you are doing it the wrong way (or do not really understand what you are doing)

    the error you got are probably because the compiler does not find any libflac include files so the FLAC__ types are undefined.. try to put the /include directory that come with FLAC sources into c:/devkitpro/libogc and see if that help... obviously, you will still need to compile the FLAC sourcecode or the complation will fail during the link

    I won't do it for you, it would be a big waste of time (DMP uses a TON of libraries), just learn how to compile libraries with devkitppc and read the libraries documentation, this isn't worthless effort at all

    and again, this is not developper duty to assume you can not compile libraries
     
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    this is a link to my flac includes - just extract the "flac" folder under libogc/include
    DMP compiles for me with these files in place
     
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    Thanx [​IMG]
    (still doesn't work? cannot even install libwiiisprite etc, gives an error 127 in command prompt).
     
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    not good news on DMP: it won't compile for me now. Since I last compiled it (months ago) I've upgraded to Ubuntu 8.10 and I've got the latest libogc from Hackmii (which I didn't have before). Don't know if that's why. It's stuck compiling modulesource.cpp - barking about VIRTUAL_FILE having no type - which it doesn't because there's no typedef for it anywhere... Damn this Dragonminded, why he couldn't just include the libs or at least LIST what it needs - I might still have the right includes but the wrong versions (?!)

    Anyway, I don't have enough spare time to figure out this dependency right now. I will look at it when I do though.
    i new it just wont compile, i had a few coders have a try, it requires more and more libs soon as you find the next, try compiling you get rid of previous error, then BAM new lib needed! thick as fuck he is, hes the wanker of all coders, his website is shite no way of contacting him, tried his email and on wiibrew.
    My Respect for coders is very high, but for dragon minded, its not very much!
     

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