[PD] compiling shoutcast~ on OSX
heisters at 0x09.com
Sun May 23 00:43:59 CEST 2004
Guessing that OSX compilation is similar enough to Linux's...
If you need to set paths they're usually in the configure script
(usually configure.ac?), though the defaults may work. Generally you
give it the path to the library files' directory and it does the rest.
If you run into an error that says it can't find a *.c or *.h file just
look at what file it can't find, do a search for that file, and add its
directory to the path. There's probably a better way, but I'm just a
little less noob than you, so don't know it. I usually just try to
compile (of course after following any configurations I /know/ it needs
from the readme or Install helpfile) and then if there's errors deal
with them as they come up.
Hope that's some help.
joseph moore wrote:
> After various trials and tribulations I'm attempting to compile Olaf
> Matthes shoutcast~ for OS X. I compiled and installed the needed LAME
> library and now I think(actually I'm not sure as I'm not a seasoned
> compiler) all I need to do to compile shoutcast~ is make the makefile
> point to the LAME library or some specific file in the library. Not
> knowing how to do this and not knowing exactly what file(s) the
> makefile needs to point to I'm lost at this point. Please help me out.
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