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-From: "Peter L Jones" 
-Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 5:18 AM
-Subject: Dev-C++ project files
-
-I attach two project files intended for portaudio/pa_win/dev-cpp (i.e. in
-parallel with the msvc directory), if you want them.  One is for a static
-library build and one for a DLL.  I've used the static library (in building
-a single monolithic DLL) but I can't guarantee the DLL version will build a
-working library (I think it's mostly there, though!).
-
-I also attach the resulting makefiles, which may be of use to other MinGW
-users.
-
-They're rooted in the directory given above and drop their object and
-library files in the same place.  They assume the asiosdk2 files are in the
-same directory as portaudio/ in a sub-directory called asiosdk2/.  Oh!  The
-DLL is built against a static asiosdk2.a library... maybe not the best way
-to do it...  I ought to figure out how to link against a "home made" dll in
-Dev-C++, I guess ;-)
-
-Cheers,
-
--- Peter
+From: "Peter L Jones" 
+Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 5:18 AM
+Subject: Dev-C++ project files
+
+I attach two project files intended for portaudio/pa_win/dev-cpp (i.e. in
+parallel with the msvc directory), if you want them.  One is for a static
+library build and one for a DLL.  I've used the static library (in building
+a single monolithic DLL) but I can't guarantee the DLL version will build a
+working library (I think it's mostly there, though!).
+
+I also attach the resulting makefiles, which may be of use to other MinGW
+users.
+
+They're rooted in the directory given above and drop their object and
+library files in the same place.  They assume the asiosdk2 files are in the
+same directory as portaudio/ in a sub-directory called asiosdk2/.  Oh!  The
+DLL is built against a static asiosdk2.a library... maybe not the best way
+to do it...  I ought to figure out how to link against a "home made" dll in
+Dev-C++, I guess ;-)
+
+Cheers,
+
+-- Peter

 

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