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README

1
2    wav2cdr - convert wav sound files to CD-ROM format and/or do some editing
3    Copyright (C) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2006 Volker Kuhlmann
4
5    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
6    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
7    the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
8    (at your option) any later version.
9
10    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
11    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
12    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
13    GNU General Public License for more details.
14
15    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
16    along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
17    Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
18
19
20wav2cdr converts sound data into a format which can be recorded on a CD
21(compact disc). The wav and a few raw formats can be handled (both read and
22write). Input can be chopped into pieces, which can then be recorded as
23separate tracks on CD. Some other transformations are also offered, e.g. volume
24change.
25
26Most of the functionality is also offered by sox, but when I tried it I only
27got stupid messages about missing effects or some such (sox-11gamma-cb3,
28command "sox -t raw -r 44100 -s -w -c 2 -V -x test.raw t"). Swapping the
29argument order or reading the manual didn't help. Funnily enough, it didn't
30complain on Solaris, but nevertheless I didn't want to trust it any more. (It
31turned out not to work at all with GNU getopt() ). After a lot of tries with
32different options and orders of options I gave up and decided it was faster to
33make a quick thing myself. Hence wav2cdr, which by now is no longer a quick
34thing.
35
36
37SUPPORTED PLATFORMS
38-------------------
39
40All which have an ANSI C compiler, and some understanding of command lines. The
41program adapts to both big and little endian machines automatically. Unless I
42made a mistake, the source code is strictly ANSI conformant.
43
44wav2cdr works on at least: Linux, Solaris, Dec Alpha Unix (was this Linux?),
45MSDos.
46
47If your system is neither Unix nor MSDOS/Borland C, check the name of your bit
48bucket file in open_message_file(). If necessary, enter another conditional and
49the correct name, *and* let me know about it so that I can incorporate it.
50
51There is a Makefile for Unix and MSDos (the latter slightly restricted because
52of limitations of Borland make).
53
54
55INSTALLATION
56------------
57
581)
59    Some version of GNU getopt() is needed, or the (inferior) mygetopt()
60    shipped with wav2cdr can be used instead. The former is now the default. To
61    use GNU getopt, get the following files:
62
63            28711 Jan 25  1997 getopt.c
64             4691 Jan 25  1997 getopt.h
65             4651 Jan 25  1997 getopt1.c
66
67    from somwhere, e.g. tar-1.12.tar.gz, and copy them into the wav2cdr
68    directory (or rather the directory specified in the Makefile). These files
69    should also be part of many other GNU programs (not to say all?).
70
71
722)
73    Edit the Makefile for your system, compiler, and getopt() version used.
74    There are examples at the beginning of the file.
75
76    The provided Makefile should work for most Unix systems with gcc. To some
77    extent it might also work for MSDos. It works with GNU make and Sun/Solaris
78    make. (Use the file Makefile.bc for MSDos instead.)
79
80    The settings to check are mainly where the executable and man page is
81    installed.
82
83    If you do make any changes, please send them back to me.
84
853)
86    Compile with:
87        make depend
88        make
89
904)
91    Install with (not MSDos):
92        make install
93
94    Or copy the executable and man page into place by hand.
95
965)
97    If you get sick ot it (hey!), wav2cdr can be uninstalled with (not msdos):
98        make uninstall
99
100The files
101
102    usage.-c, help.-c, version.-c, wav2cdr.txt
103
104are automatically generated using the programs awk/nawk/gawk, nroff, troff, cx.
105These programs are typically found on a Unix system. cx is self-baked and
106strips BS characters together with the following character (this gets rid of
107the underline effect in output produced by man).
108If you don't have these programs or some equivalent, don't delete these files.
109
110
111DOCUMENTATION
112-------------
113
114The file help.txt, or running wav2cdr with option --help.
115
116The Unix style man page (roff format), or its plain text equivalent
117wav2cdr.txt.
118
119
120
121LICENSE + WARRANTY
122------------------
123
124See the file COPYING for details.
125To those still not with it: my liability is restricted to what you paid me.
126
127
128Volker Kuhlmann
129c/o University of Canterbury
130EEE Dept
131Christchurch
132New Zealand
133<v.kuhlmann@elec.canterbury.ac.nz>  [very old]
134<VolkerKuhlmann@gmx.de>
135