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Re: [fluid-dev] fluid_sfont_iteration_start()

From: Josh Green
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] fluid_sfont_iteration_start()
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 15:04:02 +0200

Hello Marcus,

Those functions aren't in the public headers.  I can see how they might
be useful to external programs, but they should be considered private
currently.  They do seem to be mostly macros though, so I imagine you
could probably get away with just including the header in your code, but
your application may break if these functions or the data structures
that are used change.


On Fri, 2007-04-20 at 23:37 -0400, Marcus Planet wrote:
> I have enjoyed the discussion of Fluidsynth directions.
> If I may throw out another newb question:
> My program gathers a list of presets for each soundfont it loads
> using
> fluid_sfont_iteration_start(sfont);
> and similar functions.  The way I get these functions to compile
> is to take "fluid_sfont.h" and paste the file into my src directory.
> Is there a better way to have the following compile?  I feel I must be
> going wrong in some way :)
> fluid_sfont_iteration_start
> fluid_preset_get_banknum
> fluid_preset_get_num
> fluid_preset_get_name
> fluid_sfont_iteration_next
> Marc

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