BoCA - fre:ac Component Architecture
BoCA is the component framework behind the fre:ac audio converter. It provides unified interfaces for components like encoders, decoders, taggers and extensions as well as code to support communication between the application and its components.
The code for the main library can be found in the
runtime directory with headers in the
components directory contains various components of different types that can be used with
audio software like fre:ac and also serve as examples on how to implement BoCA components.
scripts directory contains XML scripts that are interpreted by BoCA in order to use various
external command line encoders and decoders.
The following packages must be installed in order to compile BoCA:
- the smooth Class Library
- libasound2 / libalsa2 development package (Linux only)
- libcdio and libcdio-paranoia development packages (except OpenBSD)
- libcdparanoia development package (OpenBSD only)
- libexpat development package
- liburiparser development package
When all prerequisites are met, run
make followed by
sudo make install to compile and install
The official fre:ac homepage: https://www.freac.org/