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#ifndef _WWVIAUDIO_H_
#define _WWVIAUDIO_H_
(C) Copyright 2007,2008, Stephen M. Cameron.
This file is part of wordwarvi.
wordwarvi is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
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but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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#define GLOBAL
#define GLOBAL extern
* Configuration functions.
/* Disables the music channel. Meant to be called prior to
* wwviaudio_initialize_portaudio
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_set_nomusic(void);
/* Set the audio device number to the given value
* This is meant to be called prior to calling
* wwviaudio_initialize_portaudio. If you don't use
* this function, portaudio's default device will be
* used. This function provides a way to use a
* device other than the default
GLOBAL int wwviaudio_set_sound_device(int device);
/* Initialize portaudio and start the audio engine.
* Space will be allocated to allow for the specified
* number of concurrently playing sounds. The 2nd parameter
* indicates how many different sound clips are to be held
* in memory at once. e.g. if your app has five different
* sounds that it plays, then this would be 5.
* 0 is returned on success, -1 otherwise.
GLOBAL int wwviaudio_initialize_portaudio(int maximum_concurrent_sounds,
int maximum_sound_clips);
/* Stop portaudio and the audio engine. Space allocated
* during initialization is freed.
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_stop_portaudio(void);
* Audio data functions
/* Read and decode an ogg vorbis audio file into a numbered buffer
* The sound_number parameter is used later with wwviaudio_play_music and
* wwviaudio_add_sound. 0 is returned on success, -1 otherwise.
* Audio files should be 44100Hz, MONO. The sound number is one you
* provide which will then be associated with that sound.
GLOBAL int wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip(int sound_number, char *filename);
* Global sound control functions.
/* Suspend all audio playback. Silence is output. */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_pause_audio(void);
/* Resume all previously playing audio from whence it was previusly paused. */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_resume_audio(void);
* Music channel related functions
/* Begin playing a numbered buffer into the mix on the music channel
* The channel number of the music channel is returned.
GLOBAL int wwviaudio_play_music(int sound_number);
/* Output silence on the music channel (pointer still advances though.) */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_silence_music(void);
/* Unsilence the music channel */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_resume_music(void);
/* Silence or unsilence the music channe. */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_toggle_music(void);
/* Stop playing the playing buffer from the music channel */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_cancel_music(void);
* Sound effect (not music) related functions
/* Begin playing a sound on a non-music channel. The channel is returned.
* sound_number refers to a sound previously associated with the number by
* wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip()
GLOBAL /* channel */ int wwviaudio_add_sound(int sound_number);
/* Begin playing a sound on a non-music channel. The channel is returned.
* If fewer than five channels are open, the sound is not played, and -1
* is returned.
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_add_sound_low_priority(int sound_number);
/* Silence all channels but the music channel (pointers still advance though) */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_silence_sound_effects(void);
/* Unsilence all channels but the music channel */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_resume_sound_effects(void);
/* Either silence or unsilence all but the music channel */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_toggle_sound_effects(void);
/* Stop playing the playing buffer from the given channel */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_cancel_sound(int channel);
/* Stop playing the playing buffer from all channels */
GLOBAL void wwviaudio_cancel_all_sounds(void);
Example usage, something along these lines:
if (wwviaudio_initialize_portaudio() != 0)
You would probably use #defines or enums rather than bare ints...
wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip(1, "mysound1.ogg");
wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip(2, "mysound2.ogg");
wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip(3, "mysound3.ogg");
wwviaudio_read_ogg_clip(4, "mymusic.ogg");
wwviaudio_play_music(4); <-- begins playing music in background, returns immediately
while (program isn't done) {
if (something happened)
if (something else happened)
#undef GLOBAL