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Quantum



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2 Vasilev Vjacheslav:
Every release has a "release notes" and "changes" report attached to it. There's a [Notes] hyperlink next to release name, i.e.

1.15 [Notes] (2006-05-18 20:55)

Click on [Notes] to see the changes.

No global changelog available.

2 f0dder:
Edited the url.
Post 20 May 2006, 16:26
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Thanks Very Happy

(and sorry for nagging)
Post 21 May 2006, 09:56
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Quantum



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uFMOD v1.16 released!

What's new in Win32 version:
Code:
[!] uFMOD sources rewritten 100% in assembler.
[!] uFMOD.lib is not a lib anymore. It's just an
    object file now (OBJ). You may link it into a
    lib file if you like, but that's not necessary.
[*] A lot of size and speed optimization.
[*] Improved damaged/corrupt XM tracks handling.
[*] Improved pattern jump effect handling.
[*] Fixed a naming conflict in PureBasic DX and WINMM
    libraries. It's now possible to place both libs
    in PureLibraries/UserLibraries at the same time.
    But don't use both libs in the same project!
[*] All usage examples updated. FASM "nolinker"
    example doesn't use a dump anymore.
[+] Support 22.05KHz and 48KHz sampling.
    Previously only supported 44.1KHz.
[+] uFMOD sources compilable either in FASM, NASM,
    MASM or TASM.
[+] Added a PureBasic GUI XM player example.
    


Linux/BSD specific changes:
Code:
[!] uFMOD is libc-independent.
[+] Added a FASM usage example.
    


Enjoy!
Post 22 Jun 2006, 01:04
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Linux version updated:
1.16.1
Code:
[!] BUGFIX: a memory leak in v1.16
[!] This package won't support BSD anymore.
    BSD developers should use previous release (v1.15)
    until we make a separate Unix/LIBC build.
[*] Tcl/Tk example doesn't require the Tcl/Tk SDK
    anymore, but the Tcl/Tk interpreter is stil
    required to run the app Smile
[+] Added a pure FASM (no linker) example.
    


Added:
Unix/libc package is already available. Next target is KolibriOS Smile
Post 23 Jun 2006, 01:08
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