[PD] readanysf~ for windows ?

Thomas Fredericks iamonthebeach at hotmail.com
Wed May 5 21:06:41 CEST 2004

I was the one trying to do a windows port of readanysf~ with a friend.

Almost got there but I stopped because my friend went back to France and 
Flext was giving me an error I had to report to Thomas (if remember 
correctly) . Should try compiling with the new version of Flext. Just got to 
dig it up.

Thomas Fredericks

>From: august <august at alien.mur.at>
>To: Vincent Rioux <vincent.rioux at no-log.org>
>CC: pd-list at iem.at
>Subject: Re: [PD] readanysf~ for windows ?
>Date: Wed, 5 May 2004 18:13:47 +0200 (CEST)
>the newest version of readany, which I worked on heavily from feb-april,
>is now compiled on OS X.   I haven't released it yet, 'cause I haven't
>gotten around to cleaning it all up.  been busy.  BUT, it should be
>entirely possible to compile readany for windows.  The libs are all
>available for win.  One just needs to do it.  Might a be a small summer
>project of mine.  But, one guy wrote me once that he was working on a
>windows port.  I never heard from him after that.
>best of luck -august.
>On Wed, 5 May 2004, Vincent Rioux wrote:
> > Dear list,
> >
> > Are there any chances to get the same functionalities of readanysf~ on
> > windoz running Pd?
> > i.e. : read sound files from disk with the following
> > - formats: wav, aiff, ogg, flac, mp3
> > - functions : seek and get position, bang at end, looping and even
> > varispeed (last one not essential for my purpose though)
> >
> > vincent
> >
> > ps:
> > you should be able to get a taste of readanysf~ for Linux at:
> > http://aug.ment.org/readanysf/
> >
> >
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