This line is only needed if packages that build against libfishsound needs access to the Cflags of the required packages. In this case, the listed packages (vorbis, speex, flac) are precisely the packages that libfishsound provide a wrapper API for, so apps compiling against libfishsound really should not need their headers directly. This was not a problem in 0.9.1, but in 1.0.0 the FLAC headers are exported, and this include a really regrettably misnamed assert.h, which shadows the system assert.h and causes compilation of sonic-visualiser to fail. I've tried removing the Requires: line and can report that it results in a functioning sonic-visualiser build. Reported-by: hircus
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FishSound, the sound of fish! ----------------------------- Full documentation is available in doc/fishsound/html/index.html, or online at http://www.annodex.net/software/libfishsound/html/ Updates are available online at the FishSound homepage: http://www.annodex.net/software/libfishsound/ libfishsound provides a simple programming interface for decoding and encoding audio data using Xiph.Org codecs (FLAC, Speex and Vorbis). libfishsound by itself is designed to handle raw codec streams from a lower level layer such as UDP datagrams. When these codecs are used in files, they are commonly encapsulated in Ogg to produce Ogg FLAC, Speex and Ogg Vorbis files. libfishsound is a wrapper around the existing codec libraries and provides a consistent, higher-level programming interface. It has been designed for use in a wide variety of applications; it has no direct dependencies on Ogg encapsulation, though it is most commonly used in conjunction with liboggz to decode or encode FLAC, Speex or Vorbis audio tracks in Ogg files, including Ogg Theora and Annodex. This source tarball ------------------- FishSound has been developed and tested on GNU/Linux, Darwin/MacOSX and Win32. It probably also works on other Unix-like systems via GNU autoconf. For Win32: nmake Makefiles, Visual Studio .NET 2003 solution files and Visual C++ 6.0 workspace files are all provided in the source distribution. Details for building with GNU autotools are in the file INSTALL. Read the file README.win32 for installing under MS Windows. src/libfishsound/ the library source code. src/examples/ example tools for programming with libfishsound. include/ the libfishound include files that will be installed into the system include directory. doc/ documentation for libfishsound. The subdirectory doc/libfishsound is autocreated by doxygen from comments contained in <fishsound/fishsound.h> win32/ files necessary to compile under MS Windows. Developers ---------- libfishsound is maintained in git at git://git.xiph.org/libfishsound.git A list of outstanding tasks is maintained in the TODO file of this source distribution. When implementing anything listed in this file, please update it by deleting that entry, and include that as part of the patch or commit that implements the fix. Please send patches to firstname.lastname@example.org. Codec-specific patches can be sent to the appropriate list, eg. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact ------- The lead developer is Conrad Parker <email@example.com>, kfish on #vorbis, #speex on irc.freenode.net.