Hopefully this isn’t an FAQ, but I didn’t see an answer to it in some quick searches of the forum…
I’m working on a project that currently uses fmod 3.x, and we’re in the process of porting to the Intel Mac. Is an Intel Mac build of the fmod 3.x library available? The API changes necessary to use FMOD Ex make it a bit unattractive to switch at this time if we don’t have to.
Thanks in advance.
- mbw asked 13 years ago
I’m sure chenpo is very busy, as he is the only Mac guy? And I know most effort is being thrown at FMOD Ex, but with the new Inte iMac/Mac Book Pro’s, we would like to move our existing products to Universal Binaries, but we are limited due to FMOD 3. All future products will be using FMOD Ex, and I am just responding to this thread so that the request doesn’t get lost in the shuffle–and for others to see if, now that the new Macs have released.
- maaaaark answered 12 years ago
Still no results here? Same problem as jlnr, ranlib didn’t fix it either and I’m really not much into this :/ Any suggestions?
[code:3tm7ue9c]ranlib: file: libfmodx86.a(fsound_dsp_lowpass.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libfmodx86.a(mixer_c_cubic.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libfmodx86.a(mixer_c_spline.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libfmodx86.a(system_debug.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libfmodx86.a(lookup.o) has no symbols[/code:3tm7ue9c]
- qualle answered 12 years ago
I compiled my program with libfmodx86.a okay on an Intel Mac but when I try to compile the same program with libfmod.a on a PPC Mac I get what several others have seen here and I have’nt seen an appropriate solution.
Firstly I get the usual undfined symbols and the ranlib solution. However running ranlib has no effect.
- cmsdengl answered 12 years ago
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