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port for Python of the OpenAL library

This is the port for Python of the OpenAL library, a portable library for 3D spatialized audio.

OpenAL, the Open Audio Library, is a joint effort to create an open, vendor-neutral, cross-platform API for interactive, primarily spatialized audio. OpenAL's primary audience are application developers and desktop users that rely on portable standards like OpenGL, for games and other multimedia applications.

Package version:0.1.6-4+b1


                               | PyOpenAL |

*** What is PyOpenAL?

This is the port for Python of the OpenAL library.

*** Requirement

 * Python

 * Linux (any architecture; other OS may be supported but have not
   been tested at all)

 * OpenAL

*** Installation

Follow the sequence:

$ python b


pyopenal (0.1.6-4+b1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Binary-only non-maintainer upload for i386; no source changes.
  * Rebuild against libopenal1.

 -- Debian/i386 Build Daemon <buildd_i386-ninsei>  Thu, 24 Jul 2008 17:05:04 -0700

pyopenal (0.1.6-4) unstable; urgency=high

  * Fixed linking problem with libalut (former patch was not sufficient)
    (Closes: #463790).
  * Increased Standards-Version 


* March 2003 : PyOpenAL 0.1
  * First release

* March 2003 : PyOpenAL 0.1.1
  * openal4soya now automagically compute (by derivation) the source speed.
  * openal4soya can now load sound asynchronously
  * fixed a bug in the script (openal replaced by pyopenal)
* April 2003 : PyOpenAL 0.1.2
  * PyOpenAL is now licensed under the LGPL (instead of GPL);
    this choice sounds because Op


Bertrand Lamy        "BLam"   France
Jean-Baptiste Lamy   "Jiba"   jiba@tuxfami


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