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libdumb

Description: DUMB library (+src)
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Version: 0.93
Date: 20 Apr 24
Author: Dumb team/M-HT
Submitter: Farox
Category: development/library
License: Other
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This is the release for Aros of the DUMB library version 0.93.
DUMB stand for "Dinamyc Universal Music Bibliotheque".

For a full overview of the library and his history please read "readme.txt"
included in the package.

In this package you will find under "aros" directory, compiled library for Aros
x86 (release and debug version) and a couple of utils (dumbout and dumb2wav, see
official Readme.txt for info and how to use), also the includes that you need
for compiling.

This release is compiled on current (at time of writing April 2024) release of
Aros ABIv0 32-bit x86, but full sources are included, so if you need, you can
always try to compile.

The sources are based on the work done by M-HT on the GCW-Zero handheld (that
have escluded Allegro support from compilation) and i adapted a script to
crosscompile (tested on Linux).

Run "aros_make.sh" to start compilation, and if all goes well you can then type
"make install" and you will find all the things you need under the "aros"
directory.
You then need to copy the includes the bin and the libs under "Development" dir,
in every respective dir.
For example my Development dir on my system is at
"myrepo/alt-abiv0-linux-i386/bin/linux-i386/AROS/Development"

This release is tested with the "The Fulcrum" demo that you can find on
ArosArchives.


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