Concerning the separate OpenAL32.dll thunk patch andOpenALwinmm
adger44 at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 1 15:08:50 CST 2006
Sorry I should have reiterated more clearly...
Yes you can dl
jack -- but it has never worked correctly for me...(I could try Jack
again -- it has been a while....)
esd -- but it too did not work so well (very laggy sound)
liboss -- but i dont think that the alpha version compiles under osx...
(did not really try to hard there i must admit hehe)
alsa -- it could be ported -- but .. I dont wish that on anyone
I am referring to builtin sound drivers for Mac OSX
We have CoreAudio and OpenAL builtin (no alsa, no oss, no esd, no jack, ...)
And coreaudio cannot be tested by anyone except for Mac people...
(There seems to be much fewer mac people here...)
An OpenAL driver can be tested by linux people with openal (ok those #s i
So, the openal driver is one that CAN work and be multi platform
Coreaudio can be made to be the most awesome as well -- but that does not
>From: Pierre d'Herbemont <pdherbemont at free.fr>
>To: Nick Burns <adger44 at hotmail.com>
>CC: wine-devel at winehq.org
>Subject: Re: Concerning the separate OpenAL32.dll thunk patch
>andOpenALwinmm driver patch
>Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 17:15:30 +0100
>On 1 déc. 06, at 00:54, Nick Burns wrote:
>>Again -- for the sound drivers -- Mac OSX has ONE sound driver ONE
>>I would like to have a choice.
>In fact there is at least two working sound driver: you can also use the
>Jack driver on Mac OS X if you've downloaded  at compile time which by
>the way seems to have a working audio input.
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