[openal] some beginner questions
dtvictorious at gmail.com
Sun May 10 00:08:08 EDT 2015
Will HRTF be enabled automatically if the presence of a suitable .mhr is detected in the current directory?
I'm having some trouble with building allure. I've used cmake and it has detected the presence of PhysicsFS and libsndfile. When I try building the resulting visual studio solution, I get the following warning/errors:Do I have to add some of
Warning 1 warning C4820: '_wfinddata64i32_t' : '4' bytes padding added after data member '_wfinddata64i32_t::attrib' C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\include\wchar.h 119
Warning 2 warning C4820: '_wfinddata64i32_t' : '4' bytes padding added after data member '_wfinddata64i32_t::name' C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\include\wchar.h 124
< more similar warnings omitted>
Error 26 error C2536: 'alure::Vector3::alure::Vector3::mValue' : cannot specify explicit initializer for arrays D:\source\alure\include\AL\alure2.h 70 1 alure2
Is there some configuration step I missed?
From: openal [mailto:openal-bounces at openal.org] On Behalf Of Chris Robinson
Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2015 3:37 AM
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Subject: Re: [openal] some beginner questions
On 05/08/2015 07:56 PM, Victorious wrote:
> I've pretty new to openal-soft. I've came across a utility library called
> allure, and it says that its meant for use with openal applications. Does
> that refer to the openal from creative's site or does it work with openal
> soft as well? I had a bit of trouble with trying to build it because it
> wanted to link with the openal 1.1 sdk's include files.
Alure should work with OpenAL Soft, as they were made by the same person
(me) and that's what I use it against. What version of OpenAL Soft and
Alure are you trying to use, and what's the error?
> Also, what's the current status of enabling hrtf without using files in the
> apdata folder? I found some posts last year discussing the possibility of
> allowing the program to change that at runtime.
The current Git version will look in the current working directory for
such files. So, unless the user has reconfigured where to look for the
mhr files, you can place default-*.mhr files in the directory the app is
run from rather than the %AppData% directory. Unfortunately there still
isn't a way to select HRTF data sets from in the app.
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