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  1. 4
      .gitignore
  2. 21
      .gitmodules
  3. 1
      librw
  4. 9764
      libsndfile.64/ChangeLog
  5. 199
      libsndfile.64/NEWS
  6. 857
      libsndfile.64/include/sndfile.h
  7. 446
      libsndfile.64/include/sndfile.hh
  8. 159
      mpg123.64/include/fmt123.h
  9. 1697
      mpg123.64/include/mpg123.h
  10. 1
      ogg
  11. 1
      opus
  12. 1
      opusfile
  13. 49
      premake5.lua
  14. 1
      vendor/librw
  15. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/ChangeLog
  16. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/NEWS
  17. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/dist/Win32/libsndfile-1.dll
  18. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/dist/Win64/libsndfile-1.dll
  19. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/include/sndfile.h
  20. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/include/sndfile.hh
  21. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win32/libsndfile-1.def
  22. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win32/libsndfile-1.lib
  23. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win32/pkgconfig/sndfile.pc
  24. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win64/libsndfile-1.def
  25. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win64/libsndfile-1.lib
  26. 0
      vendor/libsndfile/lib/Win64/pkgconfig/sndfile.pc
  27. 0
      vendor/mpg123/dist/Win32/libmpg123-0.dll
  28. 0
      vendor/mpg123/dist/Win64/libmpg123-0.dll
  29. 0
      vendor/mpg123/include/fmt123.h
  30. 0
      vendor/mpg123/include/mpg123.h
  31. 0
      vendor/mpg123/lib/Win32/libmpg123-0.lib
  32. 0
      vendor/mpg123/lib/Win64/libmpg123-0.lib
  33. 1
      vendor/ogg
  34. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/COPYING
  35. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/dist/Win32/OpenAL32.dll
  36. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/dist/Win64/OpenAL32.dll
  37. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/al.h
  38. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/alc.h
  39. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/alext.h
  40. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/efx-creative.h
  41. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/efx-presets.h
  42. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/include/AL/efx.h
  43. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win32/OpenAL32.def
  44. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win32/OpenAL32.lib
  45. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win32/libOpenAL32.dll.a
  46. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win64/OpenAL32.def
  47. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win64/OpenAL32.lib
  48. 0
      vendor/openal-soft/libs/Win64/libOpenAL32.dll.a
  49. 0
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  50. 1
      vendor/opus
  51. 1
      vendor/opusfile

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# Backup folder for Package Reference Convert tool in Visual Studio 2017
MigrationBackup/
vendor/glew-2.1.0/
vendor/glfw-3.3.2.bin.WIN32/
vendor/glfw-3.3.2.bin.WIN64/

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[submodule "librw"]
path = librw
url = https://github.com/aap/librw
[submodule "opus"]
path = opus
[submodule "vendor/ogg"]
path = vendor/ogg
url = https://github.com/xiph/ogg.git
branch = master
[submodule "vendor/opus"]
path = vendor/opus
url = https://github.com/xiph/opus.git
branch = master
[submodule "opusfile"]
path = opusfile
[submodule "vendor/opusfile"]
path = vendor/opusfile
url = https://github.com/xiph/opusfile.git
branch = master
[submodule "ogg"]
path = ogg
url = https://github.com/xiph/ogg.git
[submodule "vendor/librw"]
path = vendor/librw
url = https://github.com/aap/librw.git
branch = master

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Version 1.0.28 (2017-04-02)
* Fix buffer overruns in FLAC and ID3 handling code.
* Move to variable length header storage.
* Fix detection of Large File Support for 32 bit systems.
* Remove large stack allocations in ALAC handling code.
* Remove all use of Variable Length Arrays.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.27 (2016-06-19)
* Fix an SF_INFO seekable flag regression introduced in 1.0.26.
* Fix potential infinite loops on malformed input files.
* Add string metadata read/write for CAF and RF64.
* Add handling of CUE chunks.
* Fix endian-ness issues in PAF files.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.26 (2015-11-22)
* Fix for CVE-2014-9496, SD2 buffer read overflow.
* Fix for CVE-2014-9756, file_io.c divide by zero.
* Fix for CVE-2015-7805, AIFF heap write overflow.
* Add support for ALAC encoder in a CAF container.
* Add support for Cart chunks in WAV files.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.25 (2011-07-13)
* Fix for Secunia Advisory SA45125, heap overflow in PAF file handler.
* Accept broken WAV files with blockalign == 0.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.24 (2011-03-23)
* WAV files now have an 18 byte u-law and A-law fmt chunk.
* Document virtual I/O functionality.
* Two new methods rawHandle() and takeOwnership() in sndfile.hh.
* AIFF fix for non-zero offset value in SSND chunk.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.23 (2010-10-10)
* Add version metadata to Windows DLL.
* Add a missing 'inline' to sndfile.hh.
* Update docs.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.22 (2010-10-04)
* Couple of fixes for SDS file writer.
* Fixes arising from static analysis.
* Handle FLAC files with ID3 meta data at start of file.
* Handle FLAC files which report zero length.
* Other minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.0.21 (2009-12-13)
* Add a couple of new binary programs to programs/ dir.
* Remove sndfile-jackplay (now in sndfile-tools package).
* Add windows only function sf_wchar_open().
* Bunch of minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.20 (2009-05-14)
* Fix potential heap overflow in VOC file parser (Tobias Klein, http://www.trapkit.de/).
Version 1.0.19 (2009-03-02)
* Fix for CVE-2009-0186 (Alin Rad Pop, Secunia Research).
* Huge number of minor bug fixes as a result of static analysis.
Version 1.0.18 (2009-02-07)
* Add Ogg/Vorbis support (thanks to John ffitch).
* Remove captive FLAC library.
* Many new features and bug fixes.
* Generate Win32 and Win64 pre-compiled binaries.
Version 1.0.17 (2006-08-31)
* Add sndfile.hh C++ wrapper.
* Update Win32 MinGW build instructions.
* Minor bug fixes and cleanups.
Version 1.0.16 (2006-04-30)
* Add support for Broadcast (BEXT) chunks in WAV files.
* Implement new commands SFC_GET_SIGNAL_MAX and SFC_GET_MAX_ALL_CHANNELS.
* Add support for RIFX (big endian WAV variant).
* Fix configure script bugs.
* Fix bug in INST and MARK chunk writing for AIFF files.
Version 1.0.15 (2006-03-16)
* Fix some ia64 issues.
* Fix precompiled DLL.
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.14 (2006-02-19)
* Really fix MinGW compile problems.
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.13 (2006-01-21)
* Fix for MinGW compiler problems.
* Allow readin/write of instrument chunks from WAV and AIFF files.
* Compile problem fix for Solaris compiler.
* Minor cleanups and bug fixes.
Version 1.0.12 (2005-09-30)
* Add support for FLAC and Apple's Core Audio Format (CAF).
* Add virtual I/O interface (still needs docs).
* Cygwin and other Win32 fixes.
* Minor bug fixes and cleanups.
Version 1.0.11 (2004-11-15)
* Add support for SD2 files.
* Add read support for loop info in WAV and AIFF files.
* Add more tests.
* Improve type safety.
* Minor optimisations and bug fixes.
Version 1.0.10 (2004-06-15)
* Fix AIFF read/write mode bugs.
* Add support for compiling Win32 DLLS using MinGW.
* Fix problems resulting in failed compiles with gcc-2.95.
* Improve test suite.
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.9 (2004-03-30)
* Add handling of AVR (Audio Visual Research) files.
* Improve handling of WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE WAV files.
* Fix for using pipes on Win32.
Version 1.0.8 (2004-03-14)
* Correct peak chunk handing for files with > 16 tracks.
* Fix for WAV files with huge number of CUE chunks.
Version 1.0.7 (2004-02-25)
* Fix clip mode detection on ia64, MIPS and other CPUs.
* Fix two MacOSX build problems.
Version 1.0.6 (2004-02-08)
* Added support for native Win32 file access API (Ross Bencina).
* New mode to add clippling then a converting from float/double to integer
would otherwise wrap around.
* Fixed a bug in reading/writing files > 2Gig on Linux, Solaris and others.
* Many minor bug fixes.
* Other random fixes for Win32.
Version 1.0.5 (2003-05-03)
* Added support for HTK files.
* Added new function sf_open_fd() to allow for secure opening of temporary
files as well as reading/writing sound files embedded within larger
container files.
* Added string support for AIFF files.
* Minor bug fixes and code cleanups.
Version 1.0.4 (2003-02-02)
* Added suport of PVF and XI files.
* Added functionality for setting and retreiving strings from sound files.
* Minor code cleanups and bug fixes.
Version 1.0.3 (2002-12-09)
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.2 (2002-11-24)
* Added support for VOX ADPCM.
* Improved error reporting.
* Added version scripting on Linux and Solaris.
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.1 (2002-09-14)
* Added MAT and MAT5 file formats.
* Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.0.0 (2002-08-16)
* Final release for 1.0.0.
Version 1.0.0rc6 (2002-08-14)
* Release candidate 6 for the 1.0.0 series.
* MacOS9 fixes.
Version 1.0.0rc5 (2002-08-10)
* Release candidate 5 for the 1.0.0 series.
* Changed the definition of sf_count_t which was causing problems when
libsndfile was compiled with other libraries (ie WxWindows).
* Minor bug fixes.
* Documentation cleanup.
Version 1.0.0rc4 (2002-08-03)
* Release candidate 4 for the 1.0.0 series.
* Minor bug fixes.
* Fix broken Win32 "make check".
Version 1.0.0rc3 (2002-08-02)
* Release candidate 3 for the 1.0.0 series.
* Fix bug where libsndfile was reading beyond the end of the data chunk.
* Added on-the-fly header updates on write.
* Fix a couple of documentation issues.
Version 1.0.0rc2 (2002-06-24)
* Release candidate 2 for the 1.0.0 series.
* Fix compile problem for Win32.
Version 1.0.0rc1 (2002-06-24)
* Release candidate 1 for the 1.0.0 series.
Version 0.0.28 (2002-04-27)
* Last offical release of 0.0.X series of the library.
Version 0.0.8 (1999-02-16)
* First offical release.

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/*
** Copyright (C) 1999-2016 Erik de Castro Lopo <erikd@mega-nerd.com>
**
** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
** it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
** the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or
** (at your option) any later version.
**
** This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
** but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
** MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
** GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
**
** You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
** along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
** Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/*
** sndfile.h -- system-wide definitions
**
** API documentation is in the doc/ directory of the source code tarball
** and at http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/api.html.
*/
#ifndef SNDFILE_H
#define SNDFILE_H
/* This is the version 1.0.X header file. */
#define SNDFILE_1
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif /* __cplusplus */
/* The following file types can be read and written.
** A file type would consist of a major type (ie SF_FORMAT_WAV) bitwise
** ORed with a minor type (ie SF_FORMAT_PCM). SF_FORMAT_TYPEMASK and
** SF_FORMAT_SUBMASK can be used to separate the major and minor file
** types.
*/
enum
{ /* Major formats. */
SF_FORMAT_WAV = 0x010000, /* Microsoft WAV format (little endian default). */
SF_FORMAT_AIFF = 0x020000, /* Apple/SGI AIFF format (big endian). */
SF_FORMAT_AU = 0x030000, /* Sun/NeXT AU format (big endian). */
SF_FORMAT_RAW = 0x040000, /* RAW PCM data. */
SF_FORMAT_PAF = 0x050000, /* Ensoniq PARIS file format. */
SF_FORMAT_SVX = 0x060000, /* Amiga IFF / SVX8 / SV16 format. */
SF_FORMAT_NIST = 0x070000, /* Sphere NIST format. */
SF_FORMAT_VOC = 0x080000, /* VOC files. */
SF_FORMAT_IRCAM = 0x0A0000, /* Berkeley/IRCAM/CARL */
SF_FORMAT_W64 = 0x0B0000, /* Sonic Foundry's 64 bit RIFF/WAV */
SF_FORMAT_MAT4 = 0x0C0000, /* Matlab (tm) V4.2 / GNU Octave 2.0 */
SF_FORMAT_MAT5 = 0x0D0000, /* Matlab (tm) V5.0 / GNU Octave 2.1 */
SF_FORMAT_PVF = 0x0E0000, /* Portable Voice Format */
SF_FORMAT_XI = 0x0F0000, /* Fasttracker 2 Extended Instrument */
SF_FORMAT_HTK = 0x100000, /* HMM Tool Kit format */
SF_FORMAT_SDS = 0x110000, /* Midi Sample Dump Standard */
SF_FORMAT_AVR = 0x120000, /* Audio Visual Research */
SF_FORMAT_WAVEX = 0x130000, /* MS WAVE with WAVEFORMATEX */
SF_FORMAT_SD2 = 0x160000, /* Sound Designer 2 */
SF_FORMAT_FLAC = 0x170000, /* FLAC lossless file format */
SF_FORMAT_CAF = 0x180000, /* Core Audio File format */
SF_FORMAT_WVE = 0x190000, /* Psion WVE format */
SF_FORMAT_OGG = 0x200000, /* Xiph OGG container */
SF_FORMAT_MPC2K = 0x210000, /* Akai MPC 2000 sampler */
SF_FORMAT_RF64 = 0x220000, /* RF64 WAV file */
/* Subtypes from here on. */
SF_FORMAT_PCM_S8 = 0x0001, /* Signed 8 bit data */
SF_FORMAT_PCM_16 = 0x0002, /* Signed 16 bit data */
SF_FORMAT_PCM_24 = 0x0003, /* Signed 24 bit data */
SF_FORMAT_PCM_32 = 0x0004, /* Signed 32 bit data */
SF_FORMAT_PCM_U8 = 0x0005, /* Unsigned 8 bit data (WAV and RAW only) */
SF_FORMAT_FLOAT = 0x0006, /* 32 bit float data */
SF_FORMAT_DOUBLE = 0x0007, /* 64 bit float data */
SF_FORMAT_ULAW = 0x0010, /* U-Law encoded. */
SF_FORMAT_ALAW = 0x0011, /* A-Law encoded. */
SF_FORMAT_IMA_ADPCM = 0x0012, /* IMA ADPCM. */
SF_FORMAT_MS_ADPCM = 0x0013, /* Microsoft ADPCM. */
SF_FORMAT_GSM610 = 0x0020, /* GSM 6.10 encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_VOX_ADPCM = 0x0021, /* OKI / Dialogix ADPCM */
SF_FORMAT_G721_32 = 0x0030, /* 32kbs G721 ADPCM encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_G723_24 = 0x0031, /* 24kbs G723 ADPCM encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_G723_40 = 0x0032, /* 40kbs G723 ADPCM encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_DWVW_12 = 0x0040, /* 12 bit Delta Width Variable Word encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_DWVW_16 = 0x0041, /* 16 bit Delta Width Variable Word encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_DWVW_24 = 0x0042, /* 24 bit Delta Width Variable Word encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_DWVW_N = 0x0043, /* N bit Delta Width Variable Word encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_DPCM_8 = 0x0050, /* 8 bit differential PCM (XI only) */
SF_FORMAT_DPCM_16 = 0x0051, /* 16 bit differential PCM (XI only) */
SF_FORMAT_VORBIS = 0x0060, /* Xiph Vorbis encoding. */
SF_FORMAT_ALAC_16 = 0x0070, /* Apple Lossless Audio Codec (16 bit). */
SF_FORMAT_ALAC_20 = 0x0071, /* Apple Lossless Audio Codec (20 bit). */
SF_FORMAT_ALAC_24 = 0x0072, /* Apple Lossless Audio Codec (24 bit). */
SF_FORMAT_ALAC_32 = 0x0073, /* Apple Lossless Audio Codec (32 bit). */
/* Endian-ness options. */
SF_ENDIAN_FILE = 0x00000000, /* Default file endian-ness. */
SF_ENDIAN_LITTLE = 0x10000000, /* Force little endian-ness. */
SF_ENDIAN_BIG = 0x20000000, /* Force big endian-ness. */
SF_ENDIAN_CPU = 0x30000000, /* Force CPU endian-ness. */
SF_FORMAT_SUBMASK = 0x0000FFFF,
SF_FORMAT_TYPEMASK = 0x0FFF0000,
SF_FORMAT_ENDMASK = 0x30000000
} ;
/*
** The following are the valid command numbers for the sf_command()
** interface. The use of these commands is documented in the file
** command.html in the doc directory of the source code distribution.
*/
enum
{ SFC_GET_LIB_VERSION = 0x1000,
SFC_GET_LOG_INFO = 0x1001,
SFC_GET_CURRENT_SF_INFO = 0x1002,
SFC_GET_NORM_DOUBLE = 0x1010,
SFC_GET_NORM_FLOAT = 0x1011,
SFC_SET_NORM_DOUBLE = 0x1012,
SFC_SET_NORM_FLOAT = 0x1013,
SFC_SET_SCALE_FLOAT_INT_READ = 0x1014,
SFC_SET_SCALE_INT_FLOAT_WRITE = 0x1015,
SFC_GET_SIMPLE_FORMAT_COUNT = 0x1020,
SFC_GET_SIMPLE_FORMAT = 0x1021,
SFC_GET_FORMAT_INFO = 0x1028,
SFC_GET_FORMAT_MAJOR_COUNT = 0x1030,
SFC_GET_FORMAT_MAJOR = 0x1031,
SFC_GET_FORMAT_SUBTYPE_COUNT = 0x1032,
SFC_GET_FORMAT_SUBTYPE = 0x1033,
SFC_CALC_SIGNAL_MAX = 0x1040,
SFC_CALC_NORM_SIGNAL_MAX = 0x1041,
SFC_CALC_MAX_ALL_CHANNELS = 0x1042,
SFC_CALC_NORM_MAX_ALL_CHANNELS = 0x1043,
SFC_GET_SIGNAL_MAX = 0x1044,
SFC_GET_MAX_ALL_CHANNELS = 0x1045,
SFC_SET_ADD_PEAK_CHUNK = 0x1050,
SFC_SET_ADD_HEADER_PAD_CHUNK = 0x1051,
SFC_UPDATE_HEADER_NOW = 0x1060,
SFC_SET_UPDATE_HEADER_AUTO = 0x1061,
SFC_FILE_TRUNCATE = 0x1080,
SFC_SET_RAW_START_OFFSET = 0x1090,
SFC_SET_DITHER_ON_WRITE = 0x10A0,
SFC_SET_DITHER_ON_READ = 0x10A1,
SFC_GET_DITHER_INFO_COUNT = 0x10A2,
SFC_GET_DITHER_INFO = 0x10A3,
SFC_GET_EMBED_FILE_INFO = 0x10B0,
SFC_SET_CLIPPING = 0x10C0,
SFC_GET_CLIPPING = 0x10C1,
SFC_GET_CUE_COUNT = 0x10CD,
SFC_GET_CUE = 0x10CE,
SFC_SET_CUE = 0x10CF,
SFC_GET_INSTRUMENT = 0x10D0,
SFC_SET_INSTRUMENT = 0x10D1,
SFC_GET_LOOP_INFO = 0x10E0,
SFC_GET_BROADCAST_INFO = 0x10F0,
SFC_SET_BROADCAST_INFO = 0x10F1,
SFC_GET_CHANNEL_MAP_INFO = 0x1100,
SFC_SET_CHANNEL_MAP_INFO = 0x1101,
SFC_RAW_DATA_NEEDS_ENDSWAP = 0x1110,
/* Support for Wavex Ambisonics Format */
SFC_WAVEX_SET_AMBISONIC = 0x1200,
SFC_WAVEX_GET_AMBISONIC = 0x1201,
/*
** RF64 files can be set so that on-close, writable files that have less
** than 4GB of data in them are converted to RIFF/WAV, as per EBU
** recommendations.
*/
SFC_RF64_AUTO_DOWNGRADE = 0x1210,
SFC_SET_VBR_ENCODING_QUALITY = 0x1300,
SFC_SET_COMPRESSION_LEVEL = 0x1301,
/* Cart Chunk support */
SFC_SET_CART_INFO = 0x1400,
SFC_GET_CART_INFO = 0x1401,
/* Following commands for testing only. */
SFC_TEST_IEEE_FLOAT_REPLACE = 0x6001,
/*
** SFC_SET_ADD_* values are deprecated and will disappear at some
** time in the future. They are guaranteed to be here up to and
** including version 1.0.8 to avoid breakage of existing software.
** They currently do nothing and will continue to do nothing.
*/
SFC_SET_ADD_DITHER_ON_WRITE = 0x1070,
SFC_SET_ADD_DITHER_ON_READ = 0x1071
} ;
/*
** String types that can be set and read from files. Not all file types
** support this and even the file types which support one, may not support
** all string types.
*/
enum
{ SF_STR_TITLE = 0x01,
SF_STR_COPYRIGHT = 0x02,
SF_STR_SOFTWARE = 0x03,
SF_STR_ARTIST = 0x04,
SF_STR_COMMENT = 0x05,
SF_STR_DATE = 0x06,
SF_STR_ALBUM = 0x07,
SF_STR_LICENSE = 0x08,
SF_STR_TRACKNUMBER = 0x09,
SF_STR_GENRE = 0x10
} ;
/*
** Use the following as the start and end index when doing metadata
** transcoding.
*/
#define SF_STR_FIRST SF_STR_TITLE
#define SF_STR_LAST SF_STR_GENRE
enum
{ /* True and false */
SF_FALSE = 0,
SF_TRUE = 1,
/* Modes for opening files. */
SFM_READ = 0x10,
SFM_WRITE = 0x20,
SFM_RDWR = 0x30,
SF_AMBISONIC_NONE = 0x40,
SF_AMBISONIC_B_FORMAT = 0x41
} ;
/* Public error values. These are guaranteed to remain unchanged for the duration
** of the library major version number.
** There are also a large number of private error numbers which are internal to
** the library which can change at any time.
*/
enum
{ SF_ERR_NO_ERROR = 0,
SF_ERR_UNRECOGNISED_FORMAT = 1,
SF_ERR_SYSTEM = 2,
SF_ERR_MALFORMED_FILE = 3,
SF_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_ENCODING = 4
} ;
/* Channel map values (used with SFC_SET/GET_CHANNEL_MAP).
*/
enum
{ SF_CHANNEL_MAP_INVALID = 0,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_MONO = 1,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_LEFT, /* Apple calls this 'Left' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_RIGHT, /* Apple calls this 'Right' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Center' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_FRONT_LEFT,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_FRONT_RIGHT,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_FRONT_CENTER,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_REAR_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Center Surround', Msft calls this 'Back Center' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_REAR_LEFT, /* Apple calls this 'Left Surround', Msft calls this 'Back Left' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_REAR_RIGHT, /* Apple calls this 'Right Surround', Msft calls this 'Back Right' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_LFE, /* Apple calls this 'LFEScreen', Msft calls this 'Low Frequency' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_FRONT_LEFT_OF_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Left Center' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_FRONT_RIGHT_OF_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Right Center */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_SIDE_LEFT, /* Apple calls this 'Left Surround Direct' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_SIDE_RIGHT, /* Apple calls this 'Right Surround Direct' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Top Center Surround' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_FRONT_LEFT, /* Apple calls this 'Vertical Height Left' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_FRONT_RIGHT, /* Apple calls this 'Vertical Height Right' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_FRONT_CENTER, /* Apple calls this 'Vertical Height Center' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_REAR_LEFT, /* Apple and MS call this 'Top Back Left' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_REAR_RIGHT, /* Apple and MS call this 'Top Back Right' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_TOP_REAR_CENTER, /* Apple and MS call this 'Top Back Center' */
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_AMBISONIC_B_W,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_AMBISONIC_B_X,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_AMBISONIC_B_Y,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_AMBISONIC_B_Z,
SF_CHANNEL_MAP_MAX
} ;
/* A SNDFILE* pointer can be passed around much like stdio.h's FILE* pointer. */
typedef struct SNDFILE_tag SNDFILE ;
/* The following typedef is system specific and is defined when libsndfile is
** compiled. sf_count_t will be a 64 bit value when the underlying OS allows
** 64 bit file offsets.
** On windows, we need to allow the same header file to be compiler by both GCC
** and the Microsoft compiler.
*/
#if (defined (_MSCVER) || defined (_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER < 1310))
typedef __int64 sf_count_t ;
#define SF_COUNT_MAX 0x7fffffffffffffffi64
#else
typedef __int64 sf_count_t ;
#define SF_COUNT_MAX 0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFLL
#endif
/* A pointer to a SF_INFO structure is passed to sf_open () and filled in.
** On write, the SF_INFO structure is filled in by the user and passed into
** sf_open ().
*/
struct SF_INFO
{ sf_count_t frames ; /* Used to be called samples. Changed to avoid confusion. */
int samplerate ;
int channels ;
int format ;
int sections ;
int seekable ;
} ;
typedef struct SF_INFO SF_INFO ;
/* The SF_FORMAT_INFO struct is used to retrieve information about the sound
** file formats libsndfile supports using the sf_command () interface.
**
** Using this interface will allow applications to support new file formats
** and encoding types when libsndfile is upgraded, without requiring
** re-compilation of the application.
**
** Please consult the libsndfile documentation (particularly the information
** on the sf_command () interface) for examples of its use.
*/
typedef struct
{ int format ;
const char *name ;
const char *extension ;
} SF_FORMAT_INFO ;
/*
** Enums and typedefs for adding dither on read and write.
** See the html documentation for sf_command(), SFC_SET_DITHER_ON_WRITE
** and SFC_SET_DITHER_ON_READ.
*/
enum
{ SFD_DEFAULT_LEVEL = 0,
SFD_CUSTOM_LEVEL = 0x40000000,
SFD_NO_DITHER = 500,
SFD_WHITE = 501,
SFD_TRIANGULAR_PDF = 502
} ;
typedef struct
{ int type ;
double level ;
const char *name ;
} SF_DITHER_INFO ;
/* Struct used to retrieve information about a file embedded within a
** larger file. See SFC_GET_EMBED_FILE_INFO.
*/
typedef struct
{ sf_count_t offset ;
sf_count_t length ;
} SF_EMBED_FILE_INFO ;
/*
** Struct used to retrieve cue marker information from a file
*/
typedef struct
{ int32_t indx ;
uint32_t position ;
int32_t fcc_chunk ;
int32_t chunk_start ;
int32_t block_start ;
uint32_t sample_offset ;
char name [256] ;
} SF_CUE_POINT ;
#define SF_CUES_VAR(count) \
struct \
{ uint32_t cue_count ; \
SF_CUE_POINT cue_points [count] ; \
}
typedef SF_CUES_VAR (100) SF_CUES ;
/*
** Structs used to retrieve music sample information from a file.
*/
enum
{ /*
** The loop mode field in SF_INSTRUMENT will be one of the following.
*/
SF_LOOP_NONE = 800,
SF_LOOP_FORWARD,
SF_LOOP_BACKWARD,
SF_LOOP_ALTERNATING
} ;
typedef struct
{ int gain ;
char basenote, detune ;
char velocity_lo, velocity_hi ;
char key_lo, key_hi ;
int loop_count ;
struct
{ int mode ;
uint32_t start ;
uint32_t end ;
uint32_t count ;
} loops [16] ; /* make variable in a sensible way */
} SF_INSTRUMENT ;
/* Struct used to retrieve loop information from a file.*/
typedef struct
{
short time_sig_num ; /* any positive integer > 0 */
short time_sig_den ; /* any positive power of 2 > 0 */
int loop_mode ; /* see SF_LOOP enum */
int num_beats ; /* this is NOT the amount of quarter notes !!!*/
/* a full bar of 4/4 is 4 beats */
/* a full bar of 7/8 is 7 beats */
float bpm ; /* suggestion, as it can be calculated using other fields:*/
/* file's length, file's sampleRate and our time_sig_den*/
/* -> bpms are always the amount of _quarter notes_ per minute */
int root_key ; /* MIDI note, or -1 for None */
int future [6] ;
} SF_LOOP_INFO ;
/* Struct used to retrieve broadcast (EBU) information from a file.
** Strongly (!) based on EBU "bext" chunk format used in Broadcast WAVE.
*/
#define SF_BROADCAST_INFO_VAR(coding_hist_size) \
struct \
{ char description [256] ; \
char originator [32] ; \
char originator_reference [32] ; \
char origination_date [10] ; \
char origination_time [8] ; \
uint32_t time_reference_low ; \
uint32_t time_reference_high ; \
short version ; \
char umid [64] ; \
char reserved [190] ; \
uint32_t coding_history_size ; \
char coding_history [coding_hist_size] ; \
}
/* SF_BROADCAST_INFO is the above struct with coding_history field of 256 bytes. */
typedef SF_BROADCAST_INFO_VAR (256) SF_BROADCAST_INFO ;
struct SF_CART_TIMER
{ char usage [4] ;
int32_t value ;
} ;
typedef struct SF_CART_TIMER SF_CART_TIMER ;
#define SF_CART_INFO_VAR(p_tag_text_size) \
struct \
{ char version [4] ; \
char title [64] ; \
char artist [64] ; \
char cut_id [64] ; \
char client_id [64] ; \
char category [64] ; \
char classification [64] ; \
char out_cue [64] ; \
char start_date [10] ; \
char start_time [8] ; \
char end_date [10] ; \
char end_time [8] ; \
char producer_app_id [64] ; \
char producer_app_version [64] ; \
char user_def [64] ; \
int32_t level_reference ; \
SF_CART_TIMER post_timers [8] ; \
char reserved [276] ; \
char url [1024] ; \
uint32_t tag_text_size ; \
char tag_text [p_tag_text_size] ; \
}
typedef SF_CART_INFO_VAR (256) SF_CART_INFO ;
/* Virtual I/O functionality. */
typedef sf_count_t (*sf_vio_get_filelen) (void *user_data) ;
typedef sf_count_t (*sf_vio_seek) (sf_count_t offset, int whence, void *user_data) ;
typedef sf_count_t (*sf_vio_read) (void *ptr, sf_count_t count, void *user_data) ;
typedef sf_count_t (*sf_vio_write) (const void *ptr, sf_count_t count, void *user_data) ;
typedef sf_count_t (*sf_vio_tell) (void *user_data) ;
struct SF_VIRTUAL_IO
{ sf_vio_get_filelen get_filelen ;
sf_vio_seek seek ;
sf_vio_read read ;
sf_vio_write write ;
sf_vio_tell tell ;
} ;
typedef struct SF_VIRTUAL_IO SF_VIRTUAL_IO ;
/* Open the specified file for read, write or both. On error, this will
** return a NULL pointer. To find the error number, pass a NULL SNDFILE
** to sf_strerror ().
** All calls to sf_open() should be matched with a call to sf_close().
*/
SNDFILE* sf_open (const char *path, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo) ;
/* Use the existing file descriptor to create a SNDFILE object. If close_desc
** is TRUE, the file descriptor will be closed when sf_close() is called. If
** it is FALSE, the descriptor will not be closed.
** When passed a descriptor like this, the library will assume that the start
** of file header is at the current file offset. This allows sound files within
** larger container files to be read and/or written.
** On error, this will return a NULL pointer. To find the error number, pass a
** NULL SNDFILE to sf_strerror ().
** All calls to sf_open_fd() should be matched with a call to sf_close().
*/
SNDFILE* sf_open_fd (int fd, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo, int close_desc) ;
SNDFILE* sf_open_virtual (SF_VIRTUAL_IO *sfvirtual, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo, void *user_data) ;
/* sf_error () returns a error number which can be translated to a text
** string using sf_error_number().
*/
int sf_error (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
/* sf_strerror () returns to the caller a pointer to the current error message for
** the given SNDFILE.
*/
const char* sf_strerror (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
/* sf_error_number () allows the retrieval of the error string for each internal
** error number.
**
*/
const char* sf_error_number (int errnum) ;
/* The following two error functions are deprecated but they will remain in the
** library for the foreseeable future. The function sf_strerror() should be used
** in their place.
*/
int sf_perror (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
int sf_error_str (SNDFILE *sndfile, char* str, size_t len) ;
/* Return TRUE if fields of the SF_INFO struct are a valid combination of values. */
int sf_command (SNDFILE *sndfile, int command, void *data, int datasize) ;
/* Return TRUE if fields of the SF_INFO struct are a valid combination of values. */
int sf_format_check (const SF_INFO *info) ;
/* Seek within the waveform data chunk of the SNDFILE. sf_seek () uses
** the same values for whence (SEEK_SET, SEEK_CUR and SEEK_END) as
** stdio.h function fseek ().
** An offset of zero with whence set to SEEK_SET will position the
** read / write pointer to the first data sample.
** On success sf_seek returns the current position in (multi-channel)
** samples from the start of the file.
** Please see the libsndfile documentation for moving the read pointer
** separately from the write pointer on files open in mode SFM_RDWR.
** On error all of these functions return -1.
*/
enum
{ SF_SEEK_SET = SEEK_SET,
SF_SEEK_CUR = SEEK_CUR,
SF_SEEK_END = SEEK_END
} ;
sf_count_t sf_seek (SNDFILE *sndfile, sf_count_t frames, int whence) ;
/* Functions for retrieving and setting string data within sound files.
** Not all file types support this features; AIFF and WAV do. For both
** functions, the str_type parameter must be one of the SF_STR_* values
** defined above.
** On error, sf_set_string() returns non-zero while sf_get_string()
** returns NULL.
*/
int sf_set_string (SNDFILE *sndfile, int str_type, const char* str) ;
const char* sf_get_string (SNDFILE *sndfile, int str_type) ;
/* Return the library version string. */
const char * sf_version_string (void) ;
/* Return the current byterate at this point in the file. The byte rate in this
** case is the number of bytes per second of audio data. For instance, for a
** stereo, 18 bit PCM encoded file with an 16kHz sample rate, the byte rate
** would be 2 (stereo) * 2 (two bytes per sample) * 16000 => 64000 bytes/sec.
** For some file formats the returned value will be accurate and exact, for some
** it will be a close approximation, for some it will be the average bitrate for
** the whole file and for some it will be a time varying value that was accurate
** when the file was most recently read or written.
** To get the bitrate, multiple this value by 8.
** Returns -1 for unknown.
*/
int sf_current_byterate (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
/* Functions for reading/writing the waveform data of a sound file.
*/
sf_count_t sf_read_raw (SNDFILE *sndfile, void *ptr, sf_count_t bytes) ;
sf_count_t sf_write_raw (SNDFILE *sndfile, const void *ptr, sf_count_t bytes) ;
/* Functions for reading and writing the data chunk in terms of frames.
** The number of items actually read/written = frames * number of channels.
** sf_xxxx_raw read/writes the raw data bytes from/to the file
** sf_xxxx_short passes data in the native short format
** sf_xxxx_int passes data in the native int format
** sf_xxxx_float passes data in the native float format
** sf_xxxx_double passes data in the native double format
** All of these read/write function return number of frames read/written.
*/
sf_count_t sf_readf_short (SNDFILE *sndfile, short *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_writef_short (SNDFILE *sndfile, const short *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_readf_int (SNDFILE *sndfile, int *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_writef_int (SNDFILE *sndfile, const int *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_readf_float (SNDFILE *sndfile, float *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_writef_float (SNDFILE *sndfile, const float *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_readf_double (SNDFILE *sndfile, double *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t sf_writef_double (SNDFILE *sndfile, const double *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
/* Functions for reading and writing the data chunk in terms of items.
** Otherwise similar to above.
** All of these read/write function return number of items read/written.
*/
sf_count_t sf_read_short (SNDFILE *sndfile, short *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_write_short (SNDFILE *sndfile, const short *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_read_int (SNDFILE *sndfile, int *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_write_int (SNDFILE *sndfile, const int *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_read_float (SNDFILE *sndfile, float *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_write_float (SNDFILE *sndfile, const float *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_read_double (SNDFILE *sndfile, double *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t sf_write_double (SNDFILE *sndfile, const double *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
/* Close the SNDFILE and clean up all memory allocations associated with this
** file.
** Returns 0 on success, or an error number.
*/
int sf_close (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
/* If the file is opened SFM_WRITE or SFM_RDWR, call fsync() on the file
** to force the writing of data to disk. If the file is opened SFM_READ
** no action is taken.
*/
void sf_write_sync (SNDFILE *sndfile) ;
/* The function sf_wchar_open() is Windows Only!
** Open a file passing in a Windows Unicode filename. Otherwise, this is
** the same as sf_open().
**
** In order for this to work, you need to do the following:
**
** #include <windows.h>
** #define ENABLE_SNDFILE_WINDOWS_PROTOTYPES 1
** #including <sndfile.h>
*/
#if (defined (ENABLE_SNDFILE_WINDOWS_PROTOTYPES) && ENABLE_SNDFILE_WINDOWS_PROTOTYPES)
SNDFILE* sf_wchar_open (LPCWSTR wpath, int mode, SF_INFO *sfinfo) ;
#endif
/* Getting and setting of chunks from within a sound file.
**
** These functions allow the getting and setting of chunks within a sound file
** (for those formats which allow it).
**
** These functions fail safely. Specifically, they will not allow you to overwrite
** existing chunks or add extra versions of format specific reserved chunks but
** should allow you to retrieve any and all chunks (may not be implemented for
** all chunks or all file formats).
*/
struct SF_CHUNK_INFO
{ char id [64] ; /* The chunk identifier. */
unsigned id_size ; /* The size of the chunk identifier. */
unsigned datalen ; /* The size of that data. */
void *data ; /* Pointer to the data. */
} ;
typedef struct SF_CHUNK_INFO SF_CHUNK_INFO ;
/* Set the specified chunk info (must be done before any audio data is written
** to the file). This will fail for format specific reserved chunks.
** The chunk_info->data pointer must be valid until the file is closed.
** Returns SF_ERR_NO_ERROR on success or non-zero on failure.
*/
int sf_set_chunk (SNDFILE * sndfile, const SF_CHUNK_INFO * chunk_info) ;
/*
** An opaque structure to an iterator over the all chunks of a given id
*/
typedef struct SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR ;
/* Get an iterator for all chunks matching chunk_info.
** The iterator will point to the first chunk matching chunk_info.
** Chunks are matching, if (chunk_info->id) matches the first
** (chunk_info->id_size) bytes of a chunk found in the SNDFILE* handle.
** If chunk_info is NULL, an iterator to all chunks in the SNDFILE* handle
** is returned.
** The values of chunk_info->datalen and chunk_info->data are ignored.
** If no matching chunks are found in the sndfile, NULL is returned.
** The returned iterator will stay valid until one of the following occurs:
** a) The sndfile is closed.
** b) A new chunk is added using sf_set_chunk().
** c) Another chunk iterator function is called on the same SNDFILE* handle
** that causes the iterator to be modified.
** The memory for the iterator belongs to the SNDFILE* handle and is freed when
** sf_close() is called.
*/
SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR *
sf_get_chunk_iterator (SNDFILE * sndfile, const SF_CHUNK_INFO * chunk_info) ;
/* Iterate through chunks by incrementing the iterator.
** Increments the iterator and returns a handle to the new one.
** After this call, iterator will no longer be valid, and you must use the
** newly returned handle from now on.
** The returned handle can be used to access the next chunk matching
** the criteria as defined in sf_get_chunk_iterator().
** If iterator points to the last chunk, this will free all resources
** associated with iterator and return NULL.
** The returned iterator will stay valid until sf_get_chunk_iterator_next
** is called again, the sndfile is closed or a new chunk us added.
*/
SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR *
sf_next_chunk_iterator (SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR * iterator) ;
/* Get the size of the specified chunk.
** If the specified chunk exists, the size will be returned in the
** datalen field of the SF_CHUNK_INFO struct.
** Additionally, the id of the chunk will be copied to the id
** field of the SF_CHUNK_INFO struct and it's id_size field will
** be updated accordingly.
** If the chunk doesn't exist chunk_info->datalen will be zero, and the
** id and id_size fields will be undefined.
** The function will return SF_ERR_NO_ERROR on success or non-zero on
** failure.
*/
int
sf_get_chunk_size (const SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR * it, SF_CHUNK_INFO * chunk_info) ;
/* Get the specified chunk data.
** If the specified chunk exists, up to chunk_info->datalen bytes of
** the chunk data will be copied into the chunk_info->data buffer
** (allocated by the caller) and the chunk_info->datalen field
** updated to reflect the size of the data. The id and id_size
** field will be updated according to the retrieved chunk
** If the chunk doesn't exist chunk_info->datalen will be zero, and the
** id and id_size fields will be undefined.
** The function will return SF_ERR_NO_ERROR on success or non-zero on
** failure.
*/
int
sf_get_chunk_data (const SF_CHUNK_ITERATOR * it, SF_CHUNK_INFO * chunk_info) ;
#ifdef __cplusplus
} /* extern "C" */
#endif /* __cplusplus */
#endif /* SNDFILE_H */

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/*
** Copyright (C) 2005-2012 Erik de Castro Lopo <erikd@mega-nerd.com>
**
** All rights reserved.
**
** Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
** modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
** met:
**
** * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
** notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
** * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
** notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
** the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
** distribution.
** * Neither the author nor the names of any contributors may be used
** to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
** specific prior written permission.
**
** THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
** "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
** TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
** PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR
** CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
** EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
** PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
** OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
** WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
** OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
** ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*/
/*
** The above modified BSD style license (GPL and LGPL compatible) applies to
** this file. It does not apply to libsndfile itself which is released under
** the GNU LGPL or the libsndfile test suite which is released under the GNU
** GPL.
** This means that this header file can be used under this modified BSD style
** license, but the LGPL still holds for the libsndfile library itself.
*/
/*
** sndfile.hh -- A lightweight C++ wrapper for the libsndfile API.
**
** All the methods are inlines and all functionality is contained in this
** file. There is no separate implementation file.
**
** API documentation is in the doc/ directory of the source code tarball
** and at http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/api.html.
*/
#ifndef SNDFILE_HH
#define SNDFILE_HH
#include <sndfile.h>
#include <string>
#include <new> // for std::nothrow
class SndfileHandle
{ private :
struct SNDFILE_ref
{ SNDFILE_ref (void) ;
~SNDFILE_ref (void) ;
SNDFILE *sf ;
SF_INFO sfinfo ;
int ref ;
} ;
SNDFILE_ref *p ;
public :
/* Default constructor */
SndfileHandle (void) : p (NULL) {} ;
SndfileHandle (const char *path, int mode = SFM_READ,
int format = 0, int channels = 0, int samplerate = 0) ;
SndfileHandle (std::string const & path, int mode = SFM_READ,
int format = 0, int channels = 0, int samplerate = 0) ;
SndfileHandle (int fd, bool close_desc, int mode = SFM_READ,
int format = 0, int channels = 0, int samplerate = 0) ;
SndfileHandle (SF_VIRTUAL_IO &sfvirtual, void *user_data, int mode = SFM_READ,
int format = 0, int channels = 0, int samplerate = 0) ;
#ifdef ENABLE_SNDFILE_WINDOWS_PROTOTYPES
SndfileHandle (LPCWSTR wpath, int mode = SFM_READ,
int format = 0, int channels = 0, int samplerate = 0) ;
#endif
~SndfileHandle (void) ;
SndfileHandle (const SndfileHandle &orig) ;
SndfileHandle & operator = (const SndfileHandle &rhs) ;
/* Mainly for debugging/testing. */
int refCount (void) const { return (p == NULL) ? 0 : p->ref ; }
operator bool () const { return (p != NULL) ; }
bool operator == (const SndfileHandle &rhs) const { return (p == rhs.p) ; }
sf_count_t frames (void) const { return p ? p->sfinfo.frames : 0 ; }
int format (void) const { return p ? p->sfinfo.format : 0 ; }
int channels (void) const { return p ? p->sfinfo.channels : 0 ; }
int samplerate (void) const { return p ? p->sfinfo.samplerate : 0 ; }
int error (void) const ;
const char * strError (void) const ;
int command (int cmd, void *data, int datasize) ;
sf_count_t seek (sf_count_t frames, int whence) ;
void writeSync (void) ;
int setString (int str_type, const char* str) ;
const char* getString (int str_type) const ;
static int formatCheck (int format, int channels, int samplerate) ;
sf_count_t read (short *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t read (int *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t read (float *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t read (double *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t write (const short *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t write (const int *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t write (const float *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t write (const double *ptr, sf_count_t items) ;
sf_count_t readf (short *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t readf (int *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t readf (float *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t readf (double *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t writef (const short *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t writef (const int *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t writef (const float *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t writef (const double *ptr, sf_count_t frames) ;
sf_count_t readRaw (void *ptr, sf_count_t bytes) ;
sf_count_t writeRaw (const void *ptr, sf_count_t bytes) ;
/**< Raw access to the handle. SndfileHandle keeps ownership. */
SNDFILE * rawHandle (void) ;
/**< Take ownership of handle, if reference count is 1. */
SNDFILE * takeOwnership (void) ;
} ;
/*==============================================================================
** Nothing but implementation below.
*/
inline
SndfileHandle::SNDFILE_ref::SNDFILE_ref (void)
: sf (NULL), sfinfo (), ref (1)
{}
inline
SndfileHandle::SNDFILE_ref::~SNDFILE_ref (void)
{ if (sf != NULL) sf_close (sf) ; }
inline
SndfileHandle::SndfileHandle (const char *path, int mode, int fmt, int chans, int srate)
: p (NULL)
{
p = new (std::nothrow) SNDFILE_ref () ;
if (p != NULL)
{ p->ref = 1 ;
p->sfinfo.frames = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.channels = chans ;
p->sfinfo.format = fmt ;
p->sfinfo.samplerate = srate ;
p->sfinfo.sections = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.seekable = 0 ;
p->sf = sf_open (path, mode, &p->sfinfo) ;
} ;
return ;
} /* SndfileHandle const char * constructor */
inline
SndfileHandle::SndfileHandle (std::string const & path, int mode, int fmt, int chans, int srate)
: p (NULL)
{
p = new (std::nothrow) SNDFILE_ref () ;
if (p != NULL)
{ p->ref = 1 ;
p->sfinfo.frames = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.channels = chans ;
p->sfinfo.format = fmt ;
p->sfinfo.samplerate = srate ;
p->sfinfo.sections = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.seekable = 0 ;
p->sf = sf_open (path.c_str (), mode, &p->sfinfo) ;
} ;
return ;
} /* SndfileHandle std::string constructor */
inline
SndfileHandle::SndfileHandle (int fd, bool close_desc, int mode, int fmt, int chans, int srate)
: p (NULL)
{
if (fd < 0)
return ;
p = new (std::nothrow) SNDFILE_ref () ;
if (p != NULL)
{ p->ref = 1 ;
p->sfinfo.frames = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.channels = chans ;
p->sfinfo.format = fmt ;
p->sfinfo.samplerate = srate ;
p->sfinfo.sections = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.seekable = 0 ;
p->sf = sf_open_fd (fd, mode, &p->sfinfo, close_desc) ;
} ;
return ;
} /* SndfileHandle fd constructor */
inline
SndfileHandle::SndfileHandle (SF_VIRTUAL_IO &sfvirtual, void *user_data, int mode, int fmt, int chans, int srate)
: p (NULL)
{
p = new (std::nothrow) SNDFILE_ref () ;
if (p != NULL)
{ p->ref = 1 ;
p->sfinfo.frames = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.channels = chans ;
p->sfinfo.format = fmt ;
p->sfinfo.samplerate = srate ;
p->sfinfo.sections = 0 ;
p->sfinfo.seekable = 0 ;
p->sf = sf_open_virtual (&sfvirtual, mode, &p->sfinfo, user_data) ;
} ;
return ;
} /* SndfileHandle std::string constructor */
inline
SndfileHandle::~SndfileHandle (void)
{ if (p != NULL && --p->ref == 0)
delete p ;
} /* SndfileHandle destructor */
inline
SndfileHandle::SndfileHandle (const SndfileHandle &orig)
: p (orig.p)
{ if (p != NULL)
++p->ref ;
} /* SndfileHandle copy constructor */
inline SndfileHandle &
SndfileHandle::operator = (const SndfileHandle &rhs)
{
if (&rhs == this)
return *this ;
if (p != NULL && --p->ref == 0)
delete p ;
p = rhs.p ;
if (p != NULL)
++p->ref ;
return *this ;
} /* SndfileHandle assignment operator */
inline int
SndfileHandle::error (void) const
{ return sf_error (p->sf) ; }
inline const char *
SndfileHandle::strError (void) const
{ return sf_strerror (p->sf) ; }
inline int
SndfileHandle::command (int cmd, void *data, int datasize)
{ return sf_command (p->sf, cmd, data, datasize) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::seek (sf_count_t frame_count, int whence)
{ return sf_seek (p->sf, frame_count, whence) ; }
inline void
SndfileHandle::writeSync (void)
{ sf_write_sync (p->sf) ; }
inline int
SndfileHandle::setString (int str_type, const char* str)
{ return sf_set_string (p->sf, str_type, str) ; }
inline const char*
SndfileHandle::getString (int str_type) const
{ return sf_get_string (p->sf, str_type) ; }
inline int
SndfileHandle::formatCheck (int fmt, int chans, int srate)
{
SF_INFO sfinfo ;
sfinfo.frames = 0 ;
sfinfo.channels = chans ;
sfinfo.format = fmt ;
sfinfo.samplerate = srate ;
sfinfo.sections = 0 ;
sfinfo.seekable = 0 ;
return sf_format_check (&sfinfo) ;
}
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------*/
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::read (short *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_read_short (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::read (int *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_read_int (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::read (float *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_read_float (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::read (double *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_read_double (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::write (const short *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_write_short (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::write (const int *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_write_int (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::write (const float *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_write_float (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::write (const double *ptr, sf_count_t items)
{ return sf_write_double (p->sf, ptr, items) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::readf (short *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_readf_short (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::readf (int *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_readf_int (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::readf (float *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_readf_float (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::readf (double *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_readf_double (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::writef (const short *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_writef_short (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::writef (const int *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_writef_int (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }
inline sf_count_t
SndfileHandle::writef (const float *ptr, sf_count_t frame_count)
{ return sf_writef_float (p->sf, ptr, frame_count) ; }