There aren't any compiled libs, as such, just the source files in the
The point, from my situation, is that the full distribution contains
documentation, several examples, and a number of aiff files, and comes
in at a little over 3.7 MB compressed. I have absolutely no space left
on my cableinet server (they only allow 5 MBytes :-((), so everything
else is courtesy of my Bath University site, on which I am already
living a little dangerously. Adding a 3.7Mbyte file might just be a step
too far, at least until I can get an OK from Bath.
It is also an ecomnomy issue for me, as I have to pay for my phone
connection, and it is ~much~ cheaper to update a small zipfile with a
few changes, than a huge 3.7Mbyte file each time!
I can certainly add the full lib folder, as those files compress to not
very much, and make it self-sufficient to that extent. But people will
still need (or almost certainly want) to have the full distribution
anyway, so I am simply trying to provide what must be ~added~ to (or
changed in) the full distribution to make a Win32 system.
I will add the full lib folder to sfront32.zip, bu that is as far as I
can go at the moment, unfortunately.
Michel Jullian wrote:
> Richard, would it be at all possible to add _all_ the (compiled) libs to the
> sfront32.zip archive so people who are just interested in _using_ the program
> would have little more to do than unzip the archive and execute sfront32.exe
> in a command line ?
> I realize it would then be a complete self-contained distribution, but what's
> the point of an incomplete executable distribution ? Or am I missing a point
> here ?
> Thanks in advance.
-- Test your DAW with my Soundcard Attrition Page! http://wkweb5.cableinet.co.uk/rwd (LU: 23rd August 1999) CDP: http://www.bath.ac.uk/~masjpf/CDP/CDP.htm (LU: 14th June 1999)
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