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Name: openal-soft Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 1.17.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.4.3 Build date: Mon Dec 17 22:39:31 2018
Group: System/Libraries Build host: lamb08
Size: 198491 Source RPM: openal-soft-1.17.2-lp151.4.3.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.openal-soft.org/
Summary: OpenAL Soft
OpenAL is an audio library designed in the spirit of OpenGL--machine
independent, cross platform, and data format neutral with a clean,
simple C-based API.

OpenAL provides capabilities for playing audio in a virtual 3D
environment. Distance attenuation, doppler shift, and directional
sound emitters are among the features handled by the API. More
advanced effects, including air absorption, occlusion, and
environmental reverb, are available through the EFX extension. It
also facilitates streaming audio, multi-channel buffers, and audio
capture.

OpenAL Soft is an LGPL-licensed, cross-platform, software
implementation of the OpenAL API.

Provides

Requires

License

LGPL-2.1+ and GPL-2.0+

Changelog

* Tue May 15 2018 dmueller@suse.com
  - add fix-neon-build.patch for armv7l build
* Wed Nov 16 2016 virtuousfox@gmail.com
  - Add missing dependency for JACK backend
* Thu Feb 11 2016 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Update to 1.17.2
    * Implemented device enumeration for OSSv4.
    * Fixed building on non-Windows systems without POSIX-2008.
    * Fixed Dedicated Dialog and Dedicated LFE effect output.
    * Added a build option to override the share install dir.
    * Added a build option to static-link libgcc for MinGW.
  - Changes for 1.17.1
    * Fixed building with JACK and without PulseAudio.
    * Fixed building on FreeBSD.
    * Fixed the ALSA backend's allow-resampler option.
    * Fixed handling of inexact ALSA period counts.
    * Altered device naming scheme on Windows backends to better
      match other drivers.
    * Updated the CoreAudio backend to use the AudioComponent API.
      This clears up deprecation warnings for OSX 10.11, although
      requires OSX 10.6 or newer.
  - Changes for 1.17.0
    * Implemented a JACK playback backend.
    * Implemented the AL_EXT_BFORMAT and AL_EXT_MULAW_BFORMAT
      extensions.
    * Implemented the ALC_SOFT_HRTF extension.
    * Implemented C, SSE3, and SSE4.1 based 4- and 8-point Sinc
      resamplers.
    * Implemented a C and SSE based band-limited Sinc resampler.
      This does 12- to 24-point Sinc resampling, and performs
      anti-aliasing.
    * Implemented B-Format output support for the wave file writer.
      This creates FuMa-style first-order Ambisonics wave files
      (AMB format).
    * Implemented a stereo-mode config option for treating stereo
      modes as either speakers or headphones.
    * Implemented per-device configuration options.
    * Fixed handling of PulseAudio and MMDevAPI devices that have
      identical descriptions.
    * Fixed a potential lockup when stopping playback of suspended
      PulseAudio devices.
    * Fixed logging of Unicode characters on Windows.
    * Fixed 5.1 surround sound channels. By default it will now
      use the side channels for the surround output. A
      configuration using rear channels is still available.
    * Fixed the QSA backend potentially altering the capture
      format.
  - Update project and download url
  - Dropped upstreamed fix-neon-build.patch
  - Refreshed openal-no-autospawn.diff
* Fri Oct 02 2015 dmueller@suse.com
  - replace openal-soft-arm_neon-only-for-32bit.patch with
    fix-neon-build.patch to fix the build instead of disabling neon
* Tue Sep 29 2015 dmueller@suse.com
  - add openal-soft-arm_neon-only-for-32bit.patch to fix build
    on aarch64
* Sun Sep 20 2015 meissner@suse.com
  - baselibs for -devel too for building wine.
* Tue Apr 21 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Use %cmake_install macro
  - Add dependency on pkg-config
  - Remove missingok from ghost file, it should not be needed
* Fri Mar 13 2015 lnussel@suse.de
  - remove conflicts with openal. That package doesn't exist since
    11.1 and actually only the library conflicts.
  - add back ldconfig calls for libopenal0
  - mark alsoft.conf as %config(noreplace,missingok) to silence
    rpmlint once the rpmlint bug is fixed.
* Sun Feb 15 2015 p.drouand@gmail.com
  - Update to version 1.16.0
    * Implemented EFX Chorus, Flanger, Distortion, Equalizer, and Compressor
      effects.
    * Implemented high-pass and band-pass EFX filters.
    * Implemented the high-pass filter for the EAXReverb effect.
    * Implemented SSE2 and SSE4.1 linear resamplers.
    * Implemented Neon-enhanced non-HRTF mixers.
    * Implemented a QSA backend, for QNX.
    * Implemented the ALC_SOFT_pause_device, AL_SOFT_deferred_updates,
    * AL_SOFT_block_alignment, AL_SOFT_MSADPCM, and AL_SOFT_source_length
    extensions.
    * Fixed resetting mmdevapi backend devices.
    * Fixed clamping when converting 32-bit float samples to integer.
    * Fixed modulation range in the Modulator effect.
    * Several fixes for the OpenSL playback backend.
    * Fixed device specifier names that have Unicode characters on Windows.
    * Added support for filenames and paths with Unicode (UTF-8) characters on
      Windows.
    * Added support for alsoft.conf config files found in XDG Base Directory
    * Specification locations (XDG_CONFIG_DIRS and XDG_CONFIG_HOME, or their
      defaults) on non-Windows systems.
    * Added a GUI configuration utility (requires Qt 4.8).
    * Added support for environment variable expansion in config options (not
      keys or section names).
    * Added an example that uses SDL2 and ffmpeg.
    * Modified examples to use SDL_sound.
    * Modified CMake config option names for better sorting.
    * HRTF data sets specified in the hrtf_tables config option may now be
      relative or absolute filenames.
    * Made the default HRTF data set an external file, and added a data set for
      48khz playback in addition to 44.1khz.
    * Added support for C11 atomic methods.
    * Improved support for some non-GNU build systems.
  - Add gcc-c++ requirement; new dependency
  - Use %cmake macro
* Tue May 07 2013 lnussel@suse.de
  - version 1.15.1
    * Fixed a regression with retrieving the source's AL_GAIN property.
* Mon Jan 14 2013 lnussel@suse.de
  - install legacy provides for openal again. Some packages still rely
    on it.
* Tue Jan 08 2013 reddwarf@opensuse.org
  - The devel package requires libopenal1, not openal-soft
* Mon Jan 07 2013 joop.boonen@opensuse.org
  - Fixed SLES build
  - Removed Requirements that are resolved automatically
  - Added missing openal-soft-devel Requirement libopenal1
* Fri Dec 07 2012 lnussel@suse.de
  - update to new version 1.15
    - Fixed device enumeration with the OSS backend.
    - Reorganized internal mixing logic, so unneeded steps can potentially be skipped for better performance.
    - Removed the lookup table for calculating the mixing pans. The panning is now calculated directly for better precision.
    - Improved the panning of stereo source channels when using stereo output.
    - Improved source filter quality on send paths.
    - Added a config option to allow PulseAudio to move streams between devices.
    - Currently disabled by default, as the device specifier does not properly update.
    - The PulseAudio backend will now attempt to spawn a server by default.
    - Added a workaround for a DirectSound bug relating to float32 output.
    - Added SSE-based mixers, for HRTF and non-HRTF mixing.
    - SSE can be detected at run-time, and be disabled as needed.
    - Added support for the new AL_SOFT_source_latency extension.
    - Currently, the PulseAudio, ALSA, and MMDevAPI backends provide proper latency information.
    - Improved ALSA capture by avoiding an extra buffer when using sizes supported by the underlying device.
    - Improved the makehrtf utility to support new options and input formats.
    - Modified the CFLAGS declared in the pkg-config file so the "AL/" portion of the header includes can optionally be omitted.
    - Added a couple example code programs to show how to apply reverb, and retrieve latency.
    - The configuration sample is now installed into the share/openal/ directory instead of /etc/openal.
    - Note, /etc/openal/alsoft.conf is still used to read the configuration like before.
    - The configuration sample now gets installed by default.
  - undo upstream change to auto spawn pulseaudio (openal-no-autospawn.diff)
* Tue Nov 27 2012 cfarrell@suse.com
  - license update: LGPL-2.1+ and GPL-2.0+
    See the c files in utils/ - looks like a GPL licensed utility is included
    (as aggregate)
* Mon Nov 12 2012 lnussel@suse.de
  - update to git snapshot close to 1.15
  - re-enable OSS support
  - also rename libopenal0-soft for consistency
* Mon Nov 05 2012 reddwarf@opensuse.org
  - Remove support for old distributions
  - Remove Icon tag and icon file. It's not normal for openSUSE packages to use it
  - Remove Conflicts/Provides for rename from openal. Latest release of the old openal was in openSUSE 11.1.
  - Use pkgconfig() BuildRequires
  - Run spec-cleaner
  - Rename libopenal1-soft to libopenal1
  - Disable OSS support
* Sat Jul 21 2012 dvaleev@suse.com
  - the used fpu control bits are x86 specific
* Tue Jun 26 2012 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.14
    * Improved multi-threaded efficiency, relying less on a "big" mutex in favor of rw-locks and atomic operations where possible.
    * Added support for HRTF-based mixing. Stereo output only. The default built-in data set only supports 44100hz playback. See the new hrtf.txt for more information.
    * Added CMake options to cause a configuration error if the wanted backends aren't available.
    * Modified backends so that only one is used at a time (for each playback and capture), to avoid device ownership conflicts.
    * Fixed enumeration in certain backends to not list a default device, when the default device is enumerated normally anyway (eg, with DirectSound and PulseAudio).
    * Improved device naming to more closely match the names given by the backends.
    * Fixed handling of NaN values for float and double buffer samples.
    * Added a new efx-presets.h header to define useful reverb presets for EFX.
    * Added support for the ALC_EXT_DEDICATED extension.
    * Fixed alc.h to include ALC_ENUMERATE_ALL_EXT enums, like other systems.
    * Added support for the new AL_SOFT_buffer_samples, AL_SOFT_direct_channels, and ALC_SOFT_loopback extensions.
    * Provided an env-var.txt to describe the available options set through environment variables.
    * Fixed the source cone angle properties to work with the full 0-to-360 range as intended.
    * An env var option is provided to restore the old buggy behavior for apps that need it.
    * Added an example program that streams sound using ffmpeg.
    * Added a utility to make HRTF data files from the KEMAR diffuse and compact data sets.
  - removed rpmlintrc in favor of a lecacy exception in rpmlint itself
* Mon Feb 21 2011 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.13
    * Added support for the ring modulator EFX effect.
    * Duplication of stereo sources (onto side- and rear-channels) in now enabled by default.
      This can still be disabled via alsoft.conf.
    * Support for the new AL_SOFT_loop_points and AL_SOFT_buffer_sub_data extensions.
    * Added the ability to redirect log output to a file, by setting the ALSOFT_LOGFILE environment variable.
    * Improved invalid parameter checks.
    * Better checks against integer overflows when allocating buffer storage.
    * Internal mixer support for 8-, 16-, and 32-bit input formats, improving memory consumption by not converting them all to 32-bit.
    * Improved device-change handling with the PulseAudio backend.
    * All available PulseAudio devices are now enumerated with ALC_ENUMERATE_ALL_EXT.
    * PulseAudio devices again use the periods and period_size config options.
    * Improved stability when PortAudio is enabled.
      The library tends to cause a crash when it's unloaded and reloaded.
    * Added a WaveOut backend for Windows.
    * Added a cubic resampler to replace the cosine resampler.
    * Increased the maximum number of source auxiliary sends to 4, and changed the default to 1.
    * Massive internal changes to the mixer and buffer loading code, designed for future improvements for allowable input and output formats.
* Tue Mar 30 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.12.854
    * Fixed playback when the PulseAudio buffer is calculated to be more than 64KB.
    * Restored compatibility with some older PulseAudio libs.
    * Alternative buffer sizing for PulseAudio, specified using a new config option.
    * Improved buffer size calculations, to prevent drastic latency changes when certain properties (such as ALC_FREQUENCY) are modified.
    * Added capture support for the PortAudio backend.
    * Support for PortAudio under Windows.
    * Added support for the format extensions AL_EXT_MULAW, AL_EXT_MULAW_MCFORMATS, and AL_EXT_DOUBLE.
    * Support for the new ALC_EXT_thread_local_context extension.
    * Improved library load time by delaying backend device probing until needed.
    * Updated alext.h to provide EFX tokens and function types.
    * Unsupported effects and filters are no longer returned by alGetEnumValue.
    * The Wave File Writer device now creates WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE files, to better handle multi-channel and float output.
* Mon Jan 18 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.11.753
    * Fixed compatibility with newer PulseAudio libs
    * The PulseAudio backend will now be tried first, when available
    * Fixed a crash with the echo effect
    * Configurable resampler, supporting point, linear (default), and
      cosine methods
    * Improved reverb, which now supports the Modulation and Echo
      properties
    * The alsoft/.conf/.ini/rc drivers config option now allows unnamed
      backends to remain available, by ending the device list with a
      comma (,)
    * PulseAudio playback will try to use an output frequency and
      channel format that best matches the default sink If the sink
      device is configured for 5.1 output at 48khz, for example, OpenAL
      Soft will automatically use 5.1 output at 48khz, unless overridden
      in the config file.
    * Multi-channel sounds are now passed through the auxiliary sends
      Although they are down-mixed to mono, losing channel separation.
    * Fixed playback when creating a second context from a device
    * Added a new config option to enable real-time priority when mixing
      for certain backends (ALSA, OSS, Solaris, and DirectSound)
    * Buffers now store 32-bit float sample data internally, to retain
      32-bit sample accuracy
    * Added a new head-dampening config option, for mono and stereo
      playback This slightly filters sounds coming from behind, allowing
      for some subtle differences between front and back sound sources.
    * Added an option to allow spawning the PulseAudio server on demand
    * Support for the new AL_EXT_source_distance_model extension
* Mon Jan 04 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - update to current git snapshot
* Fri Dec 18 2009 jengelh@medozas.de
  - add baselibs.conf as a source
* Mon Nov 09 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.10.622
    * Fixed OSS and PulseAudio backends
    * Support for disconnect notifications with PulseAudio when the
      server connection dies
    * Fixed surround sound channel ordering for PulseAudio playback
    * Fixed 7.1 output
    * Fixed potential crash when setting an AL_EFFECT_NULL effect on
      an auxiliary effect slot
    * Backend libraries are now loaded and released as needed
      In particular, this allows for backends to be added and
      removed at runtime when their corresponding libraries are
      installed and uninstalled (provided support for those backends
      was compiled in). An active backend will remain available as
      long as its in use.
    * Support for multiple contexts per device
    * Fixed possible ghost references on buffers and auxiliary
      slots, if they're attached to sources that are forcibly
      deleted on context destruction
  - only actually pulseaudio if at least version 0.9.15
* Sun Nov 01 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - update to current git snapshot to fix problems with pulseaudio
    (bnc#551022)
  - disable --as-needed for libopenal.so.0 compatibility library to
    force linking against libopenal.so.1
* Thu Oct 29 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.9.563
    * Preliminary support for the new ALC_EXT_disconnect extension.
    * Support for 32-bit float playback and capture on some backends
    * Proper support for the ALC_FREQUENCY context attribute
    * Fixed compatibility with newer PulseAudio libs.
    * Fixed parsing of the speaker layout config string.
    * Fixed buffer size issues with ALSA capture.
    * Fixed a problem where the reported number of processed buffers could be wrong.
    * Fixed possible crashes when specifying invalid device pointers.
    * Removed the backend-specific period config options, and made it a global option instead.
    * Deprecated the refresh config option for the new period_size option.
    * Better cleanup of backends when the OpenAL lib is unloaded.
* Tue Jun 09 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.8.466
    * Support for two more effects: AL_EFFECT_EAXREVERB and AL_EFFECT_ECHO
      Not all of the EAXREVERB properties will currently affect the output. More
      should be supported in the future
    * Improved reverb
    * Added a PulseAudio backend
    * Improved mixer efficiency a bit
    * Improved ALSA playback
    * Multiple auxiliary slots supported
      Default is four, which can be modified with the config file
    * Multiple auxiliary sends supported
      Default is two per source, which cannot be increased without recompilation.
      The amount can be decreased with the config file
* Wed May 06 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 1.7.411
    * New table-based panning algorithm, allowing the center channel to be included in the mix
    * Speaker arrangements are now configurable
    * Added a new PortAudio backend
    * Some changes to the ALSA device list
      Standard enumeration will now only list a single ALSA playback device (for "default"), and there should be no more name clashes preventing a device with the same name from being used
    * Low-pass filters now affect multi-channel sources
    * Corrections for 6.1 channel placements
    * Multi-channel sources are now re-mixed when using a different output mode
      This prevents source channels from being lost if there isn't a matching output channel (eg. 5.1 sources on stereo output)
    * Multi-channel source gains are now correctly clamped to the source's min/max gains
    * The air absorption calculation now uses the correct distance
    * The source room rolloff factor can now be set up to 10
    * Updated reverb code that better follows the reverb parameters
  - add pulseaudio backend from git head and enable by default
* Fri Apr 17 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - add shlib policy conform provides for libraries

Files

/etc/openal
/etc/openal/alsoft.conf
/usr/bin/altonegen
/usr/bin/bsincgen
/usr/bin/openal-info
/usr/share/doc/packages/openal-soft
/usr/share/doc/packages/openal-soft/COPYING
/usr/share/openal
/usr/share/openal/alsoftrc.sample
/usr/share/openal/hrtf
/usr/share/openal/hrtf/default-44100.mhr
/usr/share/openal/hrtf/default-48000.mhr


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