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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 7:51 am 
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Hi all, i've gave a try with VM Virtualbox and i'm amazed with the performance of KolibriOS, and its capabilities(including a GUI and support sound in a floppy).

So i've started a project to make a player for SunVox files (therefore called SunPlay), so i've found its released sourcecode(v1.3b from year 2009 i guess from this link) and trying to compile with no results (using DevC++, then MinGW).

The compiling that i've trying is to the windows port but i can't find headers for DirectSound(the sound output for windows, i not want that) so i've been stuck for now.

So, i ask for help if anyone knows how to start, i'm attaching the sources i've worked for now (changed multicharacter values to hexadecimal code like 'MEOS' = 0x4D454F53)

what i really want, is a way to add sound to my app (through Infinity Sound System -default KolibriOS sound output-) and a (simple) window interface, if not, command-line interface.

thx :)


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 6:38 pm 
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What you are asking is not so simple.
This will require decent knowledge of the KolibriOS sound system, but also the 'SunPlay' application working. (And C/C++ in general)

Here are some projects source code which you can study if you are really serious about this:
http://websvn.kolibrios.org/listing.php ... efaf0582ca
http://websvn.kolibrios.org/listing.php ... d321873c73

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