Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SOX.ZIP
Filename : MAKEFILE

Output of file : MAKEFILE contained in archive : SOX.ZIP

# Sound Tools Makefile
# builds libst.a and sox

FSRC= raw.c voc.c au.c sf.c aiff.c hcom.c 8svx.c sndrtool.c wav.c sbdsp.c
ESRC= copy.c avg.c pred.c stat.c vibro.c echo.c rate.c band.c lowp.c
PSRC= sox.c

SOURCES = $(PSRC) $(FSRC) $(ESRC) handlers.c libst.c misc.c getopt.c

HEADERS = st.h libst.h sfheader.h patchlevel.h

TESTS = monkey.voc


SKEL = skel.c skeleff.c


FOBJ= raw.o voc.o au.o sf.o aiff.o hcom.o 8svx.o sndrtool.o wav.o sbdsp.o
EOBJ= copy.o avg.o pred.o stat.o vibro.o echo.o rate.o band.o lowp.o

SOUNDLIB = libst.a
LIBOBJS = $(FOBJ) $(EOBJ) handlers.o libst.o misc.o getopt.o

# System dependency parameters
# not many, we don't mess with devices
# include -DSYSV for AT&T Unix System V
# define -DDOS to compile on PC
# defines .snd to mean a DOS soundtool file (starts with SOUND)

# define -DNeXT on a NeXT workstation
# defines .snd to mean a NeXT sound format file
# only knows a few real sound formats.

# define -DMAC on a MacIntosh
# defines .snd to mean a Mac-style headerless unsigned byte
# sample, probably at 11050 hertz. You'll have to set
# the speed on the command line.

# AT&T System V/386 parameters, salt to taste
# Most System V machines should use these flags

O=-g # optimization flags

CC = cc
AR = ar r
RANLIB = ar ts

# BSD-ish, salt to taste
# Sun, NeXT, Vax, Ultrix uses these

# CC = cc
# AR = ar r
# RANLIB = ranlib

# DOS? Mac? They generally have their own makefile formats.
# I think you'll have to write one from scratch.

# For DOS, you'll need -DDOS for all files.

all: sox

sox: sox.o $(SOUNDLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o sox sox.o $(SOUNDLIB) -lm

rm -f $(SOUNDLIB)

sox.o: sox.c st.h

$(LIBOBJS): st.h

rm -f *.o
rm -f *.raw
rm -f *.sf
rm -f core

# Shar: -F (prefix all lines with X),
# -s addr (set return addr of poster)
shar: $(FILES)
/usr2/tools/shar/shar -M -F -l 50 -o shar -n soundtools_v5 -s [email protected] $(FILES)

  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SOX.ZIP
Filename : MAKEFILE

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