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This is a port of LAME 3.100 to MSDOS/DJGPP.
LAME is a program which can be used to create compressed audio files.
(Lame ain't an MP3 encoder). These audio files can be played back by
popular MP3 players such as mpg123 or madplay.
This code is distributed under the GNU LIBRARY GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
(LGPL, see www.gnu.org), version 2. See the file "LICENSE" for details.
DJGPP specific changes.
- The port does not support being compiled with assembler optimized
- The reading/writing stream is switched into O_BINARY mode. If the
stream is connected to stdin/stdout/TTY, then Ctrl-C and Ctrl-Break
are re-enabled so the user can interrupt the program.
- Apart from those changes there are no other user visible ones. Only
some small changes have been done to get the library configured and
- LAME does not provide any test suit so the port cannot be
tested except by using it.
- The port has been configured and compiled on WinXP SP3, Win98SE and
MSDOS 6.22 with DOSLFN v0.41f. There is no guarantee that this may
be possible with any other DOS-like OS. Due to the use of long file
names it will not be possible to configure and compile without LFN
support. The port has been compiled using gcc346 and bnu2351b.
As usual, all djgpp specific files (diffs, README files, etc.) are stored
in the "djgpp" directory. The sources have been configured to be build
in the "0build" directory. If for some reason it does not work for you,
delete its contents and configure from scratch again.
Please read the docs to become familiar with this product.
Here is an extract of the ChangeLog file showing the user visible changes
from the last port (LAME 0.0.0) to this one: