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Hi,
I am evaluating the fmod library, for ce devices, and currently
have an app which links fine. When it comes to run time, it crashes,
with little info.

Basically, I am using the windows ce smartphone emulator that comes with the microsoft 3.0 sdk, and I suspect my problem is dll related.

As I am new to windows ce, I am struggling with how to get the fmod dll to be visible to the emulator? Actually, how do I get my wav files to be visible also? Should they be included as resource in the .exe or, is
there some additional step which I am missing?

dd

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If you’re still working on copying files to emulation you’re looking for Remote File Viewer… there are other utilities, but this is the one that comes with EVC. That at least ought to get you up and running…

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Well, I think I am now pretty conversant with the pocket pc, and the evc++ compiler…( I have written a game graphics library from scratch for it , in 2 days flat ), BUT I still can’t get fmod to work with the microsoft smartphone or pocketpc emulators.

Basically, I copy the dll to the /windows dir, and I can get the app to link,
to the fmod library ( i.e /wce300/x386emu .lib ), the app starts, but hangs and the ide hangs also.

I don’t think i’m doing anything unusual???

Is there anyone out there, who has an example workspace which plays wav files, or mp3 files successfully with the emulator? I don’t want fancy gui’s or anything special…just the basics would be superb!

Could you post a link to a download PLEASE!!!!!

dd

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Ok….further investigation reveals that the instance I link against the library, the app stops working….the ide hangs, as does the emulator.

To recover I have to kill both and restart….

And this is way before I even make a call to fmod init…I never hit that code!

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Try to download the source: http://www.bunnyhug.net/blog/projects/p … ilesender/

Now u can send mp3 to the emulator and also the fmodce.dll.

I think it crashes because you don’t have the correct dll. There are different fmodce.dll even though they are for the emulator. Try different dlls. I faced the same problem.

Also see if the fmodce.dll is within the folder.

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