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A C library for reading and writing sound files containing sampled audio data.. - erikd/libsndfile. The functions of libsndfile are defined as follows: #include #include sndfile.h> SNDFILE* sf_open (const char *path, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo). sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions ** ** API documentation is in the doc/ # define SNDFILE_1 #include /* For the Metrowerks CodeWarrior Pro. sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions ** ** API documentation is in the doc/ directory of the #define SNDFILE_1 #include #include #ifdef. no guarantee that it will stay exactly source-code compatible with other libraries. #include h>. #include h>. /** \cond */. __BEGIN_DECLS.

sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions ** ** API documentation is in the doc/ directory of the #define SNDFILE_1 #include #include #include. libsndfile is a widely used C library written by Erik de Castro Lopo for reading and writing audio files. It supports a wide variety of audio file formats and will. I think you are using the angular brackets for the including the paipartinee.tk you place . It will search in /usr/include. You have to use the double. Now here is where the problems come, to make the libsndfile work you need to include the sndfile.h> header file and link to the libsndfilelib. /usr/include/sndfile.h /usr/include/paipartinee.tk /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libsndfile .a /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/paipartinee.tk

A C library for reading and writing sound files containing sampled audio data.. - erikd/libsndfile. The functions of libsndfile are defined as follows: #include #include sndfile.h> SNDFILE* sf_open (const char *path, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo). sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions ** ** API documentation is in the doc/ # define SNDFILE_1 #include /* For the Metrowerks CodeWarrior Pro. sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions ** ** API documentation is in the doc/ directory of the #define SNDFILE_1 #include #include #ifdef. no guarantee that it will stay exactly source-code compatible with other libraries. #include h>. #include h>. /** \cond */. __BEGIN_DECLS.

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