a portable, high-level audio library
What does Audiere mean?
Nothing, really. Theo Reed suggested it. Pronounced "ah dee air".
I got Audiere to compile and install properly, but when I try to link
with it, I get an error telling me that "libaudiere cannot be found"
What do I do?
Locate the libaudiere libraries on your system. By default, they're
in /usr/local/lib. Make sure that directory is listed in
audiere (1.9.4-3) unstable; urgency=low
[ Arthur Loiret ]
* debian/patches/gcc-4.3.diff: Add, fix build with gcc-4.3 (Closes: #455165)
- Thanks to Martin Michlmayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
* Set Standards-Version to 3.7.3.
[ Pierre Habouzit ]
* DM-Upload-Allowed: yes.
-- Arthur Loiret <email@example.com> Fri, 14 Dec 2007 13:35:18 +0000
audiere (1.9.4-2) unstable; urgency=low
Modified full-release.sh to account for the change to two doxygen
distributions. (Matt Campbell)
Removed erroneous "1.9.4 released." entry. (Matt Campbell)
Modified doxygen-dist.sh to put archives where full-release.sh expects
to find them. (Matt Campbell)
full-release.sh now exports CVSROOT. (Matt Campbell)
Added authors.txt to list
This package was debianized by Lukas Fittl <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Tue, 21 Feb 2006 19:00:34 +0100
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