Jonathan Atkins wrote:
it may be a newer version of libmikmod than
he installs with libmikmod instead of the built-in
but that doesn’t explain any noise from the included
it would be interesting to know what version of
libmikmod he has.
I have tried 3.1.10, 3.1.11a and 3.2.0b2.
Sam Lantinga wrote:
I ran the test with SDL_mixer from CVS with no
Thanks for running the test; of course here I have a
I can record the two outputs here so you can hear the
noise if it makes sense [I guess default==no].
I’ll try to dig into the code and try to figure out if
mikmod does something different.
- with --disable-music-libmikmod:
Now Mix_LoadMUS returns NULL for .mod files.
It sounds like the MOD support didn’t get built…
Make sure that MUSIC_MOD is in the CFLAGS after
Thanks (guess it’s MOD_MUSIC). There seems to be a
problem in the configure.in at least in 1.2.6 and in
1.2.7 since I had to specify --enable-music-mod
manually to get MOD_MUSIC defined (should fallback
gracefully I think).
I try to point it out for 1.2.7 (relevant extracts
from configure.in:102~) fwiw:
if test x$enable_music_libmikmod = xyes; then
ok, set no_libmikmod to yes/no based on test
missing else? If enable_music_libmikmod==no then
no_libmikmod is not altered, so its value is still
’no’. Probably should be ‘yes’ instead.
enable_music_mod default is set to $no_libmikmod, so
the problem arises
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