openal-soft 1:1.14-4ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


openal-soft (1:1.14-4ubuntu1) quantal; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian testing.  Remaining changes:
    - Add a symbols file for libopenal1

openal-soft (1:1.14-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Drop libroar-compat2 to Suggests field. (Closes: #673178)
  * Drop libportaudio2 to Suggests field.
 -- Felix Geyer <email address hidden>   Wed, 20 Jun 2012 12:01:20 +0200

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libopenal-dev: Software implementation of the OpenAL API (development files)

 OpenAL, the Open Audio Library, is a joint effort to create an open,
 vendor-neutral, cross-platform API for interactive, primarily spatialized
 audio. OpenAL's primary audience are application developers and desktop
 users that rely on portable standards like OpenGL, for games and other
 multimedia applications.
 This library is meant as a compatible update/replacement to the OpenAL Sample
 Implementation (the SI). The SI has been unmaintained for quite a while, and
 would require a lot of work to clean up. This is a fork the old Windows version
 to attempt an accelerated ALSA version of an OpenAL implementation.
 OpenAL Soft supports mono, stereo, 4-channel, 5.1, 6.1, and 7.1 output, as
 opposed to the SI's 4-channel max (though it did have some provisions for 6
 channel, this was not 5.1, and was seemingly a "late" addition). OpenAL Soft
 does not support the Vorbis and MP3 extensions, however those were considered
 deprecated even in the SI. It does, though, support some of the newer
 extensions like AL_EXT_FLOAT32 and AL_EXT_MCFORMATS for multi-channel and
 floating-point formats, as well as ALC_EXT_EFX for environmental audio effects,
 and others.
 This package contains the files necessary for development.

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