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Starting with 0.5.1, GNU ccAudio now depends on GNU Common C++ for common
configuration. This allows us to use GNU Common C++ macros for exporting
win32 dll headers, and enables the use of GNU Common C++ services such as
ccaudio Library NEWS -- history of visible user changes. 2000-04-25
ccaudio becomes GNU ccAudio, a package in the GNU project.
The most notable change is support for "in memory" sample objects and the
ability to generate single and dual frequency tones in memory. Eventually
support for merging samples, fft analsys, and scaling will be added.
Changes from 0.1 to 0.2.0
- added CDAudio class.
- endian aware header parsing and endian as part of info block.
- case insensitive compares added.
- dialogic adpcm uniquely identified.
- riff (wave) create/read support added.
- 8, 16, and 32 bit pcm linear audio formats added.
Changes from 0.2.0 to 0.2.1
- fixed endian calculations.
- protect conversion routines from div. by zero.
- fixed mulaw
* Starting with .wav file support...
* Maybe some direct codec to "linear" conversions
Authors of GNU ccAudio.
See also the files THANKS and ChangeLog.
David Sugar <firstname.lastname@example.org> des
Thanks to Peter Wang <email@example.com> for libcda which gave me the
idea for structuring a C++ CDA
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