Up until four or five years ago, I did a lot of C and C++ coding, but
lately I've been doing nothing but Perl and Python. A year ago I
finally bit the bullet and un-installed all of my C/C++ compilers and
tools. Then I needed a good audio editor and downloaded Audacity, the
stable version to be precise since the unstable version might be,
well, unstable. Audacity is great, but it needed a few tweaks (IMHO),
so I grabbed the source and started reading. Then I installed Visual
C++ Express (did I mention that my laptop is primarily Windows?) and
tracked down an ancient version of wxWin and finally glanced at the
Audacity read-me file for compiling the source under Windows.
I'm sure many of you are snickering by now. For those who aren't, the
stable source isn't really compilable under the latest VC++, and MS
doesn't let you download older versions, so I probably need to scrub
everything and move to the bleeding edge source code. Yuck. This is
turning into more trouble than I have time for. Would anyone like to
help me out?
I think that I've implemented the four looping and dictation aids listed here:
I'd like to find someone to assist me in getting my patches compiled,
tested and hopefully committed to cvs. I've attached my patches; it
isn't really a diff listing, but the changes only touch three files
and should be trivial to apply by hand.
Thanks in advance for any assistance!
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