[sdlsound] Timidity in Windows

Eric Wing ewing2121 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 24 19:16:37 EST 2002

Hi, thanks for responding!
I make that mistake a lot, but this time I made sure
that I declared it for all projects, so that's not the
problem. And I see the Timidity code compile during
build which I don't think would happen if I forgot the
flag, right?

Are there any external libraries that I need to have
on my system specifically for Timidity? For some of
the others, if I lack a library, I get an error during
linking, or a DLL complaint at runtime, but I've
gotten neither of these issues.


--- Corona688 <tsm at accesscomm.ca> wrote:
> Eric Wing wrote:
> > Hi, has anybody successfully played a midi file
> > through SDL_sound in Windows? I've been working on
> > updating the Project file trying to get it to
> build
> > with the latest fixes, and I just realized that
> even
> > though everything compiles including the Timidity
> > stuff and SOUND_SUPPORTS_MIDI is defined, Timidity
> is
> > not actually showing up as an available decoder
> > through playsound (and I cannot play MIDIs).
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Eric
> I have.  Are you sure you're defining
> builds?  You might just be defining it for the debug
> build or something.
> Happy Holidays,
> Tyler Montbriand

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