Updated. release-0.1.5
authorRyan C. Gordon <icculus@icculus.org>
Fri, 08 Feb 2002 01:53:55 +0000
changeset 253 6e1ee1f5be1b
parent 252 c54eae85f5f1
child 254 a73c51c12452
Updated.
INSTALL
README
--- a/INSTALL	Fri Feb 08 01:42:00 2002 +0000
+++ b/INSTALL	Fri Feb 08 01:53:55 2002 +0000
@@ -13,46 +13,58 @@
 
 
 UNIX:
+ (If you pulled the source from CVS), run ./bootstrap
 
-(If you pulled the source from CVS), run ./bootstrap
+ run ./configure --help, and see if there's any options you need. Rerun
+ configure with those options. If this is confusing to you, just run
+ ./configure with no options: the defaults are generally decent, and
+ configure is usually smart enough to figure out what's best..
 
-run ./configure --help, and see if there's any options you need. Rerun 
-configure with those options. If this is confusing to you, just run 
-./configure with no options: the defaults are generally decent, and 
-configure is usually smart enough to figure out what's best..
+ If configuration succeeded, run "make".
 
-If configuration succeeded, run "make".
+ Run "make install" as root to install the library for use on your system.
 
-Run "make install" as root to install the library for use on your system.
+ This should work for most Unix-style systems, including Linux, *BSD, BeOS, and
+ MacOS X. Reports of success and failure are welcome.
 
-This should work for most Unix-style systems, including Linux, *BSD, BeOS, and
-MacOS X. Reports of success and failure are welcome.
 
-
-MacOS 9:
-CWProject.sit contains project files for CodeWarrior 5.0 and above. Unpack
-this into the root of the SDL_sound folder.
+MacOS 9 users:
+ Included with the source is CWProject.sit, which contains project files for
+ CodeWarrior 5.0 and later.
 
 
 MacOS X command line tools:
-You can use the "UNIX" instructions above if you like the command line tools.
+ You can use the "UNIX" instructions above if you like the command line tools.
 
 
 MacOS X PowerBuilder:
-If you prefer to use PowerBuilder, download this file:
-  http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/PBProjects.tar.gz
-...and unpack it in the root of the SDL_sound folder. This archive contains
-several external libraries you would have to download/install manually if you
-used the command line tools (these libraries are for extra decoders, and are
-NOT required for SDL_sound to function...however, without them, the number of
-sound formats you can decode is reduced.)
+ If you prefer to use PowerBuilder, download this file:
+    http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/PBProjects.tar.gz
+ ...and unpack it in the root of the SDL_sound folder. This archive contains
+ several external libraries you would have to download/install manually if you
+ used the command line tools (these libraries are for extra decoders, and are
+ NOT required for SDL_sound to function...however, without them, the number of
+ sound formats you can decode is reduced.)
 
 
-WIN32:
-Download http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/SDL_sound_win32.zip ...
-Unzip that file in the root of the source directory. That will give you 
-some needed external libraries, and Visual C++ project files. Use the 
-project files to compile.
+Win32 Visual C:
+ For Visual C, download
+   http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/sdl_sound_visualc_srcs.zip
+ ...and unzip it somewhere. This zipfile has a complete copy of the
+ SDL_sound sources, Visual C project files, and several external libraries,
+ too. This zip is everything you should need, and you can scrap this copy of
+ the source.
+
+
+Win32 Cygwin:
+ Cygwin users can try their luck with the Unix build instructions in this
+ tarball instead.
+
+
+
+If building is successful, there will be a shared library and a binary
+ called "playsound".
+
 
 
 OTHER PLATFORMS:
--- a/README	Fri Feb 08 01:42:00 2002 +0000
+++ b/README	Fri Feb 08 01:53:55 2002 +0000
@@ -30,34 +30,13 @@
 
 
 Building/Installing:
-
-MacOS X users:
-   If you want to use the command line tools, read the next section. If you
-   prefer to use PowerBuilder, download this file:
-    http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/PBProjects.tar.gz
-   ...and extract it into your SDL_sound directory. The PowerBuilder project
-   files include several of the external libraries, whereas you will have to
-   find and install those libraries yourself with the command line tools.
-
-MacOS 9 users:
-   Included with the source is CWProject.sit, which contains project files for
-   CodeWarrior 5.0 and later.
-
-Linux, Unix, BeOS, MacOS X command line, BSD users:
-   If you pulled from CVS, run "./bootstrap" first.
-   Then, run ./configure with your favorite options, "make", "make install".
-
-Win32 users:
-   Download http://icculus.org/SDL_sound/downloads/SDL_sound_win32.zip and
-   unzip it in the root of the source tree (the directory with SDL_sound.c,
-   etc). This will give you Visual C++ project files and some other needed
-   code.
-
-There will be a shared library and a binary called "playsound".
-
+  Please read the INSTALL document.
 
 Reporting bugs/commenting:
  There is a mailing list available. To subscribe, send a blank email to
  sdlsound-subscribe@icculus.org. This is the best way to get in touch with
  SDL_sound developers.
 
+
+--ryan. (icculus@clutteredmind.org)
+